1 pound salmon, cut into 4 fillets (patted very dry to avoid oil splattering)
¼ cup ume plum vinegar
¼ cup agave nectar
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon grapeseed oil
There was a shortage of Fish Kabayaki the other night when I made this amazing dish from Jaden’s Steamy Kitchen Cookbook. I used salmon to make this sweet and tangy Gluten Free Salmon Kabayaki and it was phenomenal.
15 minutes is all it takes to get this fresh, vibrant, and protein-packed meal on the table for dinner tonight. Put this in the weekly rotation to reap the cardiovascular benefits that the omega-3 fatty acids provide.
That odd, mildly off-putting white substance that you've likely noticed coming out of your fresh-out-the-oven salmon fillets is called albumin. And besides looking a little funny, it's nothing to much worry about.
How to Cut Your Own Salmon Steaks
Make sure your knife is sharp.
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Want to cook salmon and don't know where to start? In the premiere episode of our video series The Easiest Way, CHOW Food Editor Amy Wisniewski walks you through how to buy the fish, prep it, and cook it, using our simple Baked Breaded Salmon recipe.