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Thanks Miraklegirl for a great way to poach salmon. I needed to put mine in a little longer but sooo great!! Thanks again, Queen uh Cuisine
SO easy and simply delicious! Thanks Miraklegirl!
Its a great way to cook salmon!Low cal and easy. I also added miced garlic. But its important not to leave the salmon in the liquid when its done for a long time!!!Thanks for posting!
Nothing is better than poached salmon. This recipe is very easy,used a deep casserole dish, fresh ginger as I didn't have pickled ginger, chardonnay wine, we loved the taste of the fresh dill. Served the salmon with a dill sauce, made of mayonnaise, dill and lemon, yummy. Thank you, Miraklegirl for posting this easy, tasty recipe.
There is nothing like the taste of fresh caught salmon. The only thing I did different was add miced garlic. If you have uneaten leftovers - mix it into garlic cream cheese and spread on crackers. It is to die for. That's what I did and even people who hated fish loved this spread. See my other reviews for healthy recipes.
Wow, this was so good! Soft, tender, buttery salmon that simply melts in your mouth.I used Chardonnay for the wine and I did use the slices of pickled ginger (the same kind used to garnish sushi).I did not have any fresh dill, so I liberally sprinkled dried dill over both the lemon slices and the salmon. I had a 2 3/4 pound fillet and it took about 35 minutes to cook. NOTE: I didn't have a foil pan and figured I could use a regular casserole dish - make sure it is deep enough though to allow the salmon to get covered by all the liquid.
I have never used more than a squeeze of lemon when making salmon, and boy have I been missing out! I used a few grates of fresh ginger in place of the pickled. This was sooo good! I paired this with her lemon parsley potatoes. Great match!