Salmon Made Two Ways

Recently our neighbor went on a fishing trip. He caught so many salmon, he was nice enough to share some with us. I think salmon is something you really love or you hate it. It can have a stronger taste than other types of fish. I personally really love salmon, it took a few times trying it to really like it. It all comes down to how its made and how fresh it is, at least that’s my opinion.

I decided to give two recipes a try with this salmon. We had salmon steaks and fillets, both were really good and simple to make. Keep in mind the salmon steaks will take a little longer to cook than the fillets.  If this is your first time making salmon, the best way to make sure they are done is using a fork the fish should “flake” or fall apart very easily. Always thaw out frozen fish for at least 12 hours before cooking, fish will not cook properly if its partially frozen.

 

Fredericksburg Farms

Honey-Soy Salmon Steaks 

1/4 cup honey

1/4 cup soy sauce

1 tbsp Garlic

  • Mix these 3 ingredients together, warm honey slightly in the microwave to combine easier
  • Put foil in a baking dish or pan, spray Pam on the foil to keep the salmon from sticking
  • Place in the dish and pour mixture over the top
  • Cook for 10-15 mins at 350 degrees

 

 

Garlic Butter Salmon Fillets

1/4 cup butter

1 tbsp Garlic, minced

  • Melt butter in the microwave
  • Stir in garlic
  • Place foil on a baking sheet, also have a second piece that is big enough to cover the fillets
  • Place fish unto the foil, pour the butter mixture on top and fold the foil over the fish, making sure the sides are closed to keep the butter from leaking out
  • Bake in the oven for 10-15 mins at 350 Degrees

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