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    Scrumptious Salmon

    For me, salmon is total luxury, whether fresh or smoked. Having first tasted it in Inverness, and again on the Isle of Skye, I was 'hooked' for life. When buying fresh salmon, leave it to the last possible moment, and preferably cook it the same day. Make sure it smells briny and sweet, the flesh is firm to the touch, and if whole, that the eyes are bright, clear, and slightly protruding, the gills are bright pink and clean and the skin is shiny with tightly adhering scales. Enjoy these recipes, and while your salmon is cooking or chilling, check out this cool link to some artists' impressions of this wonderful fish: http://www.riverdale.k12.or.us/salmon/art.htm
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    From Ina Garten (Barefoot Contessa). This is a great dip for a party and is wonderful served with potato chips or crackers.

    Recipe #81805

    Teriyaki salmon is a traditional Japanese dish - this recipe adds some citrus tang to it. I've also made this recipe substituting pink grapefruit juice cocktail for some of the orange juice (about 2/3 cup orange, 1/3 cup grapefruit). Last time I made this, I served it with Julesong's Brown Rice with Onions and Pecans and edamame (soybeans boiled in the shell). Prep time includes marinating time

    Recipe #53628

    This is such a simple way to dress up salmon. The olive oil helps the pepper to crisp up in the oven, adding texture to the fish. Despite the amount of pepper on top, the spice is not overwhelming, just nice. You must use freshly ground black pepper for this, which is fairly coarse, not the powdered black pepper.

    Recipe #48795

    This is a summer favorite. Serve with a refreshing cucumber salad, or as a spread for crackers. Cook time equates to 6 hours chilling.

    Recipe #65947

    My mom's specialty when she has time to entertain.

    Recipe #52391

    Serve this with a nice green salad to complete the meal. It is one of my favourite weekend treats.

    Recipe #46160

    I love making this for dinner parties and any time really when salmon is available at a reasonable price. Serve with buttered toast or rye bread and slices of cucumber. Curing time not included. The sauce is like a mayonnaise and is quickly made using an electric mixer.

    Recipe #116056

    This glaze its great on a few things, ham, chicken and of course salmon.

    Recipe #4444

    This recipe comes from British Columbia cooking teacher Jane Baily. The steaks are moist with a real Mexican kick. Add green rice, a side salad, make the Margaritas and let the party begin!!!

    Recipe #57297

    9 Reviews |  By winkki

    This was originally posted by my cyber-friend Moxie; I was lucky enough to rescue it during a recent recipe 'adoption' drive. Her original intro read: "Sumac has a tangy, citrusy flavor and is very nice with the salmon & balsamic vinegar in this recipe. A little bird told me about the virtues of sumac (ok, it was Chef Canary Girl!), and now I'm a big fan. This recipe came from a website called Global Gourmet. Prep time includes marinating time, and cooking time will depend on the thickness of your salmon, heat of your grill, etc."

    Recipe #61262

    My friend cooked this for us for dinner while visiting her. It's delicious. Remember an Aussie tablespoon contains 4 teaspoons. ETA I made this tonight using a whole side of salmon. I sprayed foil with oil, and wrapped the spepper sprinkled fish in it like a parcel. I cooked it in a hot oven for 12 minutes, then rested it for a few more. I made the sauce in a small pan and tossed the potatoes in the two tablespoons of oil that the salmon was to have been cooked in. The fish was so moist and the dish was delicious.

    Recipe #216706

    6 Reviews |  By Terese

    A really easy and delicious dish, with a distinct lemon flavour.

    Recipe #33611

    The ponzu sauce from this recipe is fantastic on any seafood. The sauce recipe makes 1 cup

    Recipe #61940

    In Switzerland, rosti means "crisp and golden." The word has become symonymous with the country's famous potato cake. This potato cake makes a delicious cushion for ribbons of smoked salmon and lightly scrambled eggs. Simpley finish with a sprinkling of capers, diced red onion, chives and dill. This dish is fit for a king's breakfast!

    Recipe #110563

    1 Reviews |  By Latchy

    I really love this pesto on fish, I like salmon but you could use any fish you like. Its nice served with simple baby potatoes and perhaps some mesclun or rocket with a seeded mustard dressing

    Recipe #67675

    Recipe #216559

    This is a salmon loaf I have been making since the 1960's and everyone that has ever tried it, raves over it. It takes a little more time than some but it is worth it!! This is also great cold.

    Recipe #17572

    As usual, I'm not sure where this recipe comes from, but we make it for small dinner parties. The parcels look so elegant, but the recipe takes no time at all! I make my own pesto with basil and mint for this, but you could use a jar pesto. Fresh is so much nicer tho!

    Recipe #116838

    36 Reviews |  By Kimke

    I don't remember where I got this recipe but it is totally sinful! We eat ALOT of salmon and I am always looking for new ways to prepare it. This is really different and has a very rich taste. It would be an appropriate dish for a special night or dinner party but is easy enough for a work night.

    Recipe #31567

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