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Thread: Salmon

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    Super Member charsuewilson's Avatar
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    Our favorite is a microwave salmon recipe.

    Layer a glass pan with sliced onion. Place salmon filets over the onion. Cover with additional onion slices.
    Sprinkle with lemon juice and seafood seasoning (like Old Bay).

    Microwave 2 servings for 7 minutes on high.

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    Super Member WTxRed's Avatar
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    we wrap each salmon piece in a piece of foil, with a pat of real butter, dill, sea salt, pepper, a little garlic - bake for roughly 30 min (depending on thickness). perfect every time! When our son moved out to go to college, this was his standby recipe

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    Well,According to me that Salmon is a highly nutritious food because salmon provides a full
    day’s requirement of vitamin D.It is the best source for cure the diabetes disease,blood
    pressure diseases and heart diseases...

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    On foil or a baking pan, I put rosemary, from our bush, then a layer of sliced, purple onions. I then layer again, the onion, and the rosemary on top of the the salmon. Season to taste. Broil for 15 min. ( watch in case of burning as all ovens are different). Cook to your desired doneness.

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