Category Archives for Ways to Cook Salmon

Recipe: salmon covered dish

Salmon Casserole Precious Recipe Goldmine Friends, I’ve been doing a great deal of cooking these past few days. That combined with that I took my youngsters out and played hide-and-seek with them for a number of hours this mid-day really did not leave me much time or power to cook anything expensive. I determined in […]

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bacon wrapped salmon

Three Ways To Fry Salmon

Ingredients: salmon bacon flour seasoned bread crumbs salt and pepper butter egg parsley lemon-juice white wine olive-oil vegetable oil Directions: One: Sprinkle salmon steaks with salt and flour, brush with the beaten yolk of an egg and fry in hot olive-oil. Drain, garnish with fried parsley, and serve. Two: Dredge the steaks with seasoned flour or dip […]

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baked salmon recepie

Baked Salmon Steaks With Parmesan Cheese

Ingredients: salmon onion salt and pepper butter parmesan cheese egg red pepper lemon-juice Directions: Sprinkle a buttered dripping-pan with chopped onion, and season with pepper and salt. Lay salmon steaks on top, brush with the yolk of a beaten egg, cover with a layer of chopped onion and parmesan cheese, season with salt, red pepper, lemon-juice, […]

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salmon oyster

Oyster Stuffed Salmon

Ingredients: salmon oysters salt and pepper nutmeg parsley Directions: Clean, bone, and parboil a small salmon. Rub the inside with salt, pepper, and grated nutmeg. Stuff with chopped oysters, minced parsley, and seasoned crumbs. Fold together, put into a buttered baking-dish, and bake for half an hour, basting with its own dripping.

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salmon tomato and capers

Baked Salmon Steaks With Tomato and Capers

Ingredients: salmon butter salt and pepper onion capers tomatoes Directions: Put the steaks in a buttered baking-dish. Lay bits of butter upon them, seasoning with salt, pepper, minced parsley, and grated onion. Bake carefully, basting as required, and serve with caper or chopped or stewed tomatoes.

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baked salmon in cream

Baked Salmon With Cream Sauce

Ingredients: salmon butter cream corn-starch cream butter parsley salt and pepper Directions: Wrap a large middle cut of salmon in parchment paper and fasten firmly. Bake in a buttered baking-pan, basting with butter  melted in hot water. Take from the oven at the end of an hour, remove the paper carefully, and keep warm. Bring to […]

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baked salmon

Baked Salmon with Gravy

Ingredients: salmon salt and pepper paprika powdered mace butter vegetable stock flour tomato catsup lemon-juice Directions: Wash and wipe a small salmon steak. Rub with pepper and salt and sprinkle with paprika and powdered mace. Bake carefully, basting with melted butter and its own dripping. Take up the fish carefully and add to the gravy enough […]

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salmon in oyster sauce

Salmon Cutlets With Oyster Sauce

Ingredients: salmon dozen oysters onion olive oil flour sugar salt and pepper four eggs lemon juice parsley bread crumbs Directions: Boil large slices of salmon in salted water until done. Fry a small onion, chopped, in olive oil, add a dozen oysters, cut small, two tablespoonfuls of flour, the liquid drained from the oysters, two teaspoonfuls of […]

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Boiled Salmon With Caper Sauce

Ingredients: salmon butter flour salt capers lemon juice parsley Directions: Boil a small salmon in salted water. Take up carefully and reduce the liquid by rapid boiling to two cupfuls. Cook together two tablespoons each of butter and flour, add the reduced liquid, and cook until thick, stirring constantly. Take from the fire, add two tablespoonfuls of […]

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salmon parsley sauce

Salmon Steaks With Parsley Sauce

Ingredients: salmon steaks butter corn-meal flour salt and pepper lemon parsley Directions: Season salmon steaks, dip in melted butter, then in corn-meal, and broil. Cook together two tablespoonfuls each of butter and flour, add two cupfuls of cold water, and cook until thick, stirring constantly. Take from the fire, season with salt and pepper, add […]

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