This is simple, perfect and low fat as well. I use orange roughy but any firm white fish is suitable. My friend Maureen gave me this recipe. If kaffir leaves are not available lime or lemon slices would work.
A great way to enjoy salmon either fresh or cleaning out your freezer from last season's catch. This recipe is made in two stages so most of the preparation can be done in advance and then frozen. When ready to enjoy just take out the croquettes from the freezer, bread with panko bread crumbs and fry until golden brown! This recipe came from Chef Al Levinsohn, Anchorage Alaska.
Another salmon recipe from the Pacific NW, this tastes good and has a great presentation. The zucchini slices are placed on the fillet to look like fish 'scales'. Great way to get kids to eat zucchini because they like the fun way it looks. This recipe is from the RSVP section of Bon Appetit from the Le Plumet Royal restaurant in the Peacock Inn, Princeton University.
This recipe evolved from my Wok smoking of other fish and chicken and I used herbs and spices to suit whatever I'm smoking. I use a large electric Wok for this job but you could equally well use a covered barbecue. The tea gives a delicate flavour to the fish; I use Earl Grey, but Green tea is good too - delicious. The fish will keep for several days in the fidge but mine never lasts long enough.
from his website. He writes, "Since salmon is a slightly oily fish, it plays beautifully against the clean flavors of ginger, scallion and bok choy. There's nothing more soothing than tender, cooked cabbage; it is often prescribed in China for relieving stomach pain." Serve with steamed rice.
This is kind of a combination of a bunch of recipes that I've tried. The addition of the shallots on top was kind of a happy accident as I forgot to add them to the marinade and just put them on top. They bake into the fish and it's really yummy! Prep time includes marinating time.
This is a traditional modern Hawaiian dish. It is perfect for those dog days of summer when you want a cool salad. ***NOTE*** Salted Salmon is also known as cured salmon. If it's not available at our supermarket, there is a recipe here Recipe #136947 that I have never tried, but looks just right! By the way, "lomi-lomi" meand massage-massage in Hawaiian, and that's what you do to make this salad.
Found this one in the Dallas Morning News and wanted to save. It is low in fat and calories so it fits in with the AHA suggestion of at least two fish meals a week. We try to do 3 so I am always looking for new recipes to incorporate.