Tag: salmon (Page 1 of 2)
Salmon and Broccoli FrittataSeptember 23rd, 2017 in Eggs, Fish, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
I am always not sure what the difference is between frittata, omelette or just crustless quiche: all of these have something to do with eggs, some sort of cream, cheese and various fillings.
In this recipe fillings are salmon, broccoli, asparagus and some greens. And today I will call it a frittata 🙂 And hey, it is full of veggies…
Great recipe for breakfast, lunch or whatever meal time you prefer.
Fish PieJuly 26th, 2014 in Fish, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
This is not hard recipe to do, but pretty nice one. My mom used to cook it all the time when we were kids: it can be served right away while it is still warm, or later warmed up or cold.
You can use any fish for this recipe (excluding the one with tons of bones), but red and fatty kind will work the best here. I used salmon.
Recipe for portion of unsweetened yeast dough I used can be found here.
Bay leaves here are optional, I like to use them, but they need to be removed before eating, so if you don’t want to do that, just skip them altogether.
Salmon in Mustard, Lemon Juice and Soy Sauce MarinadeJuly 27th, 2013 in Fish, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
This is very easy way to cook salmon, you just need to put marinade together, pour it over salmon and then cook salmon together with marinade.
I used portion salmon fillets for this recipe (6oz each), but salmon steaks or a whole salmon fish will work here as well. For cooking whole fish increase marinating time for couple of hours or even do it overnight, and bake it instead of frying.
Fresh vegetables or boiled potato are good side dishes for salmon cooked this way.
Salmon and Potato Chowder with CreamOctober 13th, 2012 in Hot Soups, Soups by Julia Volhina
There is no better food for crispy fall weather than a cup of thick freshly cooked hot chowder.
This chowder is prepared using salmon and potato as main ingredients and cream and potato starch for thickening. Lemon is optional and can be omitted.
You can regulate thickness to your taste by adding more or less of the starch.
Fried Battered SalmonApril 14th, 2012 in Fish, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
Salmon fried this way turns out juicy. All you need is salmon, eggs and flour to make batter. Amount of flour may vary – just add flour until batter gets desired thickness.
Fried battered salmon is a good choice for lunch or dinner; tastes good with potato as a side dish: fried or boiled.
Serve fried salmon as soon as it is cooked – it tastes better straight from the frying pan.
Salmon Roast in FoilSeptember 10th, 2011 in Fish, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
For me the best tasting salmon – is boiled salmon, and with this recipe I get taste of boiled salmon without actually boiling it. The same as boiled salmon this one tastes great garnished with mayo; a glass of white wine is good accompaniment as well.
This salmon roast can be cooked on the grill as well, just pack each fish piece into separate piece of foil and then cook without pan until ready.
Onions here are optional, they give a bit of taste to the dish but they also make sure that fish doesn’t touch the foil.
Salmon under Capers and Dill SauceOctober 30th, 2009 in Fish, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
Capers and dill, butter, wine and shallots – those are ingredients of very good sauce for fish. Personally I pick salmon, because it is especially good when boiled or even simmered like in this recipe. However I think it will work with other kind of fish without any problem.
Should I also remind you what fish is an important part of the healthy diet?
Got a romantic dinner coming up and want to surprise your date with something special? I recommend this tender salmon dish, especially if after preparing of it you still have a few sips of Chardonnay left to accompany it with.