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.
Turn your fall harvest into the perfect salad. Packed with charred veggies and garlic bread, slices of smoked salmon, fresh tomatoes and basil are what put this salad on everyone's "make-again" list!
Stuffed with BBQ lentils, roasted balsamic portabella mushrooms, roasted sustainable salmon and drizzled with almond cream sauce!
What makes this salmon burger so exceptionally delicious is the salmon! A few savory flavors complement the sweet, delicate texture of this sustainable salmon. Appetite required.
The beauty and fun of making pizza at home is that you can chop, dice, and slice the toppings and pie anyway you like. Arrange the toppings as if you’re creating your own piece of artwork using the bold colors and shapes as your guide. The silky herb-flavored salmon complements the robust flavors of the crunchy vegetables. Serve with a tossed green salad for a balanced meal.
Whether you like to eat your noodles hot or cold, this spicy and sweet combination will satisfy any noodle-lover. Highlighted with fresh vegetables, it’s the perfect easy-to-prepare meal for a quick midweek meal and makes a great next day snack. You’ll be eating in thirty minutes or less.
This dish uses a curry mixture called laksa which has roots in Malaysia. In place of the bok choy you could use other greens, such as spinach or chard.
You, yes you! Put down that boring sandwich and give yourself what you deserve ... a delicious salmon club sandwich packed with crispy bacon, spicy fresh arugula, perfectly seared sustainable salmon all topped with a refreshing lemon cream. If you want, you can pair it with a chilled Bonterra Chardonnay and call it a day!
Poke (pronounced as "po-kay") is a traditional Hawaiian appetizer, or sometimes as a main dish, that features raw seafood usually fish: salmon or tuna. Depending on one's preference, you can add almost anything to it. Ain't that fun? This recipe is one of our crowd favorites and it is mainly because of the salmon we use. Verlasso offers fine sushi-grade salmon in the market.