Glazed garlic salmon prepared as an entrée or appetizer is a treat . Any wild caught fish is delicious when served as fresh as possible. If you live on or near a coast, enjoy often the luxury of buying fresh caught fish. It is a superb and should not only be enjoyed in restaurants.
First of all, fish is very easy to prepare at home using simple spices and traditional cooking methods. Served raw as sashimi, pan-fried, baked, steamed, broiled or fried, fish is always delicious. Whether fish is served on its own or in a supporting role as appetizer, your guests will enjoy.
In the event that your unsure how to prepare fish at home, just start. Cooking fish is easier than you think. Salmon or fish is a healthy addition to your diet. Moreover, fish thaws out quickly from a solid frozen state. This will come in handy if you’re rushing home and want to prepare a fresh meal on a weeknight. Remember, a piece of fish, small salad and glass of nice white wine is a welcome meal any time.
Cooking Tips for Glazed Garlic Salmon
Thankfully fish cooks quickly but tastes poorly if overcooked. Cook fish 10 minutes for each inch of thickness except when frying. Fish is ready when the color turns to opaque or has reached 140 to 145°F internal temperature. After all once you remove it from the oven or pan it will continue to cook for a bit. Enjoy the treasures of the ocean and Glazed Garlic Salmon.
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