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Sunday, August 9, 2009

Fast/Easy Salmon Fillets

This is a Fast/Easy Dinner....I buy A Wild
Salmon Fillet Slab (usually at Winco or Food
Maxx for about $6.00) It feeds about 3-4 persons
(depending on the size you want)

I start with a frying pan warmed up (so that you
will not have to use very much canola oil) I use
the oil decanter (in the above photo) I love it.......
It's one of my favorite kitchen items.....I got
it at Linen 'n Things but I'm sure they sell them
(for about $4-$5 at any Kitchen store)

1 large salmon fillet (salted/peppered)
1/4 c. Parsley (fresh or I used dried parsley flakes)
1/4 c. lemon juice (I used lemon juice in a bottle)
1 lemon (sliced for garnish)
1 sprig dill (for garnish) optional

I sprinkle a few slots of canola oil over the frying
pan and because it's hot just swing the oil around
in the pan to cover the bottom of it....

(A large salmon fillet will cut into
smaller pieces easier after the fish is cooked)
Salt & Pepper the fillet...Sprinkle some parsley
flakes in the pan and place the salmon fillet on top
(Fleshy side down) for a few minutes to seer juices
in....flip over (I use a pancake turner) on the skin
side & fry a few minutes more....

At this point I add some lemon juice
continue to finish the fillet until done....Flipping a
couple more times (Not very much longer)
until done......

Roll the lemon on the counter a few times
back & forth before cutting & it will produce
more juice.

***The salmon is done when it FLAKES
when a fork is put to it....Enjoy!!!! It's


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