thread: Salmon?

  1. #1
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    Feb 2008
    Country Victoria
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    Salmon?

    How do i cook it? Ive never had it. Whats a yummy way to cook it and do i add anything.. herbs etc???


  2. #2
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    Oct 2007
    Brissy
    2,208

    I love doing it on the barbie - without any extras
    mmmmm so yummy!

  3. #3
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    Feb 2008
    Country Victoria
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    just on the barbie? not wrapped in anything? just slap her on the barbir type stuff??

    also how do i know when its cookeD?

  4. #4
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    Jul 2007
    melb
    8,498

    is it just a salmn steak or cuttlet or something diff?? if that just
    on BBQ with some chilli and garlic sprinkles, can also add a squeeze of lemon and salt and pepper

    doesnt take a long time to cook maybe 10 mins in total should be slightly pink still inside YUM YUM

    serve with salad or mash potatoe or bakes potatoes.

    can also have a white/cheese sauce on salmon if you like

  5. #5
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    Feb 2008
    Country Victoria
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    oh feeb i dont know. Matt got me a fresh peice of salmon from the supermarket. Does that help?

  6. #6
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    Jul 2007
    melb
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    I would say it would be a steak then (cutlet is a funny shape goes skinny end up to round and then down to skinny with slit in middle of skinny bits)

    Salmon is very yummy and easy to cook

  7. #7
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    Feb 2008
    Country Victoria
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    well have have herbs here.. so i have been told if i wrap in loosly in foil with olive oil, lemon juice and herbs and cook it in the oven real slow its great. what do u think?

  8. #8
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    Jul 2007
    melb
    8,498

    You can try that I have never cooked it in oven like that but have cooked trout in oven and that was yummy!!!

    just dont have oven to high.

    Good luck

  9. #9
    Registered User

    Nov 2008
    Victoria
    507

    I loooovve salmon, I cook it either

    In the frypan as is, bit of olive oil and salt runned into skin side and cook skin side down first and then turn.

    Or on the bbq, just as is or maybe with a little lemon and dill

    Or in the oven, wrapped in foil with honey, soy and mustard... hmmmm yummm

    Some people like it cooked all the way through, I like to have a little pink of pink on the inside. Its pretty easy to tell when cooked.