January 10, 2013

Salmon in an Iron Skillet

My whole family enjoys salmon, I try to cook salmon a least once a week. My favorite way to cook it is on the grill, but they other night I cut salmon fillets and placed them in an iron skillet. This meal was such a hit! I would love to share this recipe with you, so let's get started.

Remember to seek salmon that is wild caught vs. farm raised. Farmed raised salmon tend to be housed with hundreds of fish in a bin, fed pellets, and given artificial coloring for the pink color. Wild caught salmon have their pink color from a natural ocean diet and they are leaner because they are free to swim in the ocean.


What you need:
butter of your choice
garlic and herb seasoning
salt and pepper
fresh chopped parsley
lemon juice
lemon slices

Frist oil your iron skillet and place salmon fillets skin side down. Season fish with salt, pepper, and garlic & herb seasoning.

Lay a slice of butter on each fillet and top with a lemon slice. Then take one large lemon and squeeze the juice over all fillets, then sprinkle fresh parsley over each fillet.

Cook at 400 degrees until the internal temperature of the salmon reaches 145 degrees or until flesh is opaque and separates easily with a fork, about 20-25 minutes. Then I place mine under the broiler for a few minutes, but that is completely optional.

Once your salmon is done serve with a nice side of mashed red potatoes and fresh steamed green beans and you will have one awesome meal that your whole family will love!

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  1. Sounds simple and wonderful. Thanks for sharing it.

  2. I cannot wait to try this at home. As well as, a number of other recipes available on your blog.


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