Seared to perfection in healthy Cocavo coconut oil is what gives this dish it's irresistible crunch and succulent texture. The addition of a spring green puree is just the cherry on top. Adding a memorable garden fresh component to the dish allows you to keep it light, healthy and perfect for lunch.
The wasabi and sesame marinade gives this dish its distinct flavor. You'll definitely want to reserve a portion of it as a dipping sauce! This salmon served over a fresh salad made with freshly roasted vegetables and quinoa is a healthy alternative to rice or pasta.
Who says you can't have salmon on one dish prepared two different ways?! Chef Mikel Anthony takes us on a culinary adventure that's bursting with pure, clean flavors. The earthy richness from the Beet Kvass Poke marries perfectly with the sweet cured salmon Lomi Lomi wrapped in creamy avocado. This is certainly a dish that will wow your palette.
This version of Jamie Oliver’s Whole Salt crusted salmon is so incredibly elegant that we couldn’t leave it out of our holiday offering. Each to put together and nearly fool proof in its execution. So good that you won’t want to cook salmon any other way!
It's very important to use the milder Diamond kosher salt in this recipe rather than a more robust or highly iodized salt. The result of this curing is a sweet flavor and tender texture that is delicious as a final part of any meal!
This is such a beautiful version of an Italian favorite. The creaminess of the béchamel pairs perfectly with the light smokiness of the salmon. This can be garnished with lemon zest or preserved lemons and lightly chopped Italian parley for brightness. A salad made of seasonal greens, olive oil and salt would be the perfect accompaniment.
This salmon tartare is a beautiful and simple way to serve your favorite salmon. Be sure to freeze the salmon filet, tightly wrapped in plastic wrap for at least 8 hours. Thaw slightly and chop while firm! We love serving it on potato chips but crackers, toasts or wonton chips are equally delicious!
This is a simple, delicious way to greet guests as they walk through the door. A cooks dream because it can be made out of leftover Verlasso salmon (We love using cedar planked Verlasso salmon for a slightly smoky flavor) and can be made up to two days ahead. Bring to room temperature for about an hour and adjust the seasonings before serving!
What is candied Salmon? Known as squaw candy by the Indians, it’s basically heavily smoked strips of salmon, originally smoked so long they were basically jerky. The way it is most commonly prepared now is lacquered with something sweet, such as brown sugar, maple or birch syrup, or even molasses. You will love it with this beautiful holiday salad!
This delicious recipe is the perfect warm course to serve on a crisp cool day. If you have leftover cooked salmon, you can always use it in this recipe. Simply fold it in just before serving. It’s delicious with grilled or cedar planked Verlasso salmon for a slightly smoky flavor.