My favorite salmon recipe calls for crisping the fish skin on the stove top then finishing the salmon fillet in the oven under the broiler. This is a simple salmon dish with just a bit of oil and seasoning and a maple glaze to add a hint of sweetness. Honey can be substituted for the maple syrup, or this step can be skipped entirely. I often season salmon with just salt and pepper and then cook it in the same manner.
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Ingredients for salmon recipe:
SALMON FILLET w/ skin
SALT and PEPPER
MAPLE SYRUP (or sub honey)
OIL for frying
How To Cook Salmon Recipe
Wash the salmon filet and pat dry with a paper towel.
Coat the salmon with olive oil, skin side as well.
Generously season fish.
Using an oven safe skillet, on med. high heat, heat a little oil on the stovetop.
When oil is hot, add salmon fillet skin side down and cook about 3 minutes.
Transfer the skillet to the oven and continue cooking the salmon under the broiler for 2-3 minutes –adjust time depending on the size of the fillet.
When the salmon is almost finished cooking, apply a glaze of maple syrup, and continue broiling for final minute. If you don’t have a nice syrup
on hand, substitute honey.
Remove skillet from the stove and transfer fish to a plate.
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