Pan Fried Salmon
I was inspired by a cooking book I was given recently, I decided to cook up some salmon. Being a big fan of the frying pan, I figured I'd try to make it in one! I was not disappointed.
The only reason this is medium difficulty is becuase you do need to stay with the fish and tend to it carefully
- 1/4 cup of soysauce
- 1 Tablespoon maple syrup
- 1 Tablespoon horseradish
- Salmon Steaks, 3/4 inch thick, marinade up to 4
- Mix up all the liquid ingredients, put them in a bag, and then put the steaks into the bag.
- Throw the whole thing into the fridge for an hour, flip it, than let it marinate for another.
- Heat up a pan to high heat, you want to sear the skin quickly.
- Put a little bit of olive or vegitable oil onto the pan to help it sear the fish when you add it.
- Add the fish, skin side down onto the pan, cover the pan
- Cook for a few minutes, flip it before the skin sticks to the pan, but after it's coagulated enough to form a base for the meat
- Sear the other side for another 5 or so minutes until the top is golden and crisp, at this point you can flip it again until you feel it's done. For temperatures check here
- Serve up and enjoy!