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Salmon Fillet Cooking Styles

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Salmon Fillet Cooking Styles

1. How to Pan-Fry Salmon

A terrific method for salmon fillets, it's quick and easy and develops a crispy, crunchy skin, too. In its simplest form, pan-fried salmon is simply salt-and-pepper seasoned fish, a little butter or olive oil, and a hot skillet over medium-high flames. Start skin-side up in the hot skillet. Don't touch it. Let the fillet sizzle for about 5 or 6 minutes. Then slip a wide spatula underneath the salmon, turn it, and cook skin-side down for about 3 minutes. A little squeeze of lemon, and you're golden.

2. How to Roast Salmon in the Oven

A quick, no-nonsense way to cook salmon is oven roasting. And if you're cooking for a group, it's easier to fit several fillets or salmon steaks in a baking dish or sheet than a skillet. Here's a basic roasting method: Season salmon with a little salt and pepper, and place skin-side down in a lightly greased baking dish or sheet pan; then bake in the oven at 200 degrees C for about 12 to 15 minutes. No need to flip the fish.

3. How to Grill Salmon

Having a BBQ party? Start with hot coals, and place a lightly oiled fish skin-side down on the grate. Give it a flip after 5 minutes. To turn, slide a spatula beneath the fish; if the flesh is sticking to the grate, let it go another minute or two, then try again. Cook the flipped salmon for another 5 minutes and check for doneness.

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