When you think there's no time for supper, there's always time for a sear salmon filled with fresh salsa to go. This recipe so simple, easy to make, flavorful, healthy and is a favorite dish in the house, so I can't go wrong with this menu.
And since mother's day is coming soon, why not put the dish on one of the menus if you plan to prepare a special meal for your mom. This fish is an excellent dish to serve for lunch and dinner time. Here, I would love to share this recipe with you!
4 Salmon Fillet with skin
3 cloves of Garlic
For 4 Salmon fillet, Marinate the fish with 1 lemon, 3 crush cloves of garlic,1 tablespoon table of salt for 15 minutes.
Once removed from the solution, a quick pat to dry their excess moisture ensures that the fish will cook to perfection.
Note: This method does not require cooking oil.
1. Place your fry pan on the stove; before you turn the heat, sprinkle 1/2 tsp salt and 1/2 teaspoon pepper over the pan and place the fillets skin-side down in a cold pan (this allows the fish to cook gently and help prevent the thin slice to overcooking). Season over the top of the fish with of 1/4 tsp salt and 1/4 tsp black pepper.
2. Now, turn on the stove for over medium-high heat, let the fat render out (at this time, you will see the fat coming out of the skin; that's why you don't need cooking oil), and it takes about 6-8 minutes. When the pan is sufficiently hot, then flip the fillets so that flesh side can finish cooking thoroughly. Let it cook for 6-8 minutes until the fish are fully cooked.
I small bowl of cherry or any tomatoes cut into quarters
2 Jalapeno chopped
1/2 large yellow or red onion, peeled and roughly chopped
1 loosely packed fresh cilantro leaves (optional)
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon fish sauce or Worcestershire sauce (if you use Worcestershire sauce, opt-out the sugar from this recipe)
1 teaspoon of coconut oil (melted)
Add a little bit of lemon juice (Optional)
Place these ingredients in a medium-size bowl and mix all. Serve it with Pan-Seared Salmon.