Salmon is my number one favorite "meat" so I'm always looking for a variety of ways to cook it. Here is another of several ways I like to prepare it. (I only make this with REAL maple syrup, so can't vouch for the results if you substitute.)
This recipe went over big-time with guests that do not enjoy fish! The very finely minced red onions lend a slight crunch and the capers explode with each bite adding a salty balance to the sweet herby mustard sauce that covers the delicate fish. This recipe uses fresh dill. Quick enough for a weekday meal but delicious enough to serve company. Pair it with steamed vegetables or homemade coleslaw and a baked potato for a complete meal. This recipe was created for RSC #10. Good luck to all the entrants!
My daughter found this in a SHAPE magazine and wanted to try it. I was skeptical because I'm not a sardine fan but was intrigued by a note below the recipe that said "When SHAPE staff taste-tested this recipe, they were told it contained a mystery ingredient. "It's made with some sort of fish, right?" asked one editor. "It's really good." offered another. To which everyone agreed. And so do I. I have since become a sardine fan, if the recipe is a good one. This one is just that and more. The omega-3 fatty acids from sardines are considered heart-healthy.If however, you are still leery of cooked sardines, substitute 1 1/2 cups of medium, raw shrimp instead. So enjoy.
We were introduced to fresh tuna, at this little fish store in Hawaii many years ago. The marinade that was used was so incredible that I had to try and re-create it at home. I think I came in pretty close. Most restaurants grill their tuna for 3-4 minutes per side, but I tend to like mine rare, so I only cook each side for 1-1/2 minute. Tuna must be as fresh as possible