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Old 04-11-2013, 11:21 PM   #1
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Fresh Cen-Cal Salmon

I know I know, can't spear em.... I know. But is does taste amazing nonetheless.

Here's a super simple, super delicious salmon recipe for those lucky enough to fish locally for salmon. I call it Baked salmon, with salmon baked veggies and loaded red mashers.

Let's begin.

Now that you've cut your (liberal) salmon portions you'll need:
-Red Onion
-Bell pepper (I used yellow)
-Butter and olive oil

For the mashers:
-Red potatoes
-Milk+sour scream+butter
-Shredded cheddar
-Green onion (or chives)

Lemon for garnish

Take your salmon and season with sea salt, pepper, and just a tiiiiny bit of garlic. Place onto pan or dish (I used an aluminum foil tray I folded since I'm lazy) Top salmon with as much butter as you'd like, I didn't go crazy. Surround empty area in pan around Salmon with chopped veggies tossed in salt, pepper, and a tiny bit of olive oil. Bake at 450 til about 1/2 way done and switch to broiler for desired color/doneness, mine was perfect and juicy.

Veggies should have good color from the broiling and have a faint but pleasant flavor from the salmon juices.

Serve with loaded mashers topped with green onion. Garnish with lemon and enjoy.

This one was sooooo good and sooooo quick.
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Old 04-18-2013, 11:53 AM   #2
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Re: Fresh Cen-Cal Salmon

lip smacken good! I'll bet that recipe will work well with most species, thanks for the post.
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