Poached Salmon With Lime and Ginger Sauce

"From Susan Branch and her wonderful book, Christmas From The Heart of The Home"
 
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Ready In:
50mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Boil 1 inch of water in a large skillet.
  • Place salmon in the pan; cover and poach gently until just cooked through.
  • Meanwhile, boil the wine, lime juice and ginger in a small pot until it is reduced to about 1-2 TBS.
  • Turn heat very low over the wine/lime/ginger and whisking constantly, slowly add the cold butter, 1 TBS at a time.
  • Pour sauce over the salmon and serve.

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