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Salmon fillet Whole Side
The unique salmon salar fish with it’s high oil content, full of omega-3 and essential fatty acids fulfills all our body needs to keep us healthy.
Salmon is an excellent source of:
Vitamin B12 -Vitamin B6-Potassium -Vitamin D-Selenium - Phosphorous - Iodine -Choline - Pantothenic acid - Biotin - Omega -3 fatty acids
salmon is good for your heart for a variety of reasons.
How to prepare it :
Here is a simple guide for preparing salmon fillets in an easy way:
Rinse the salmon fillets under cold water and pat them dry with a paper towel.
Drizzle some olive oil over both sides of the fillets and use your hands to evenly coat them with a thin layer. The oil will help keep the fish moist as it cooks.
Season both sides with salt and pepper. Go light on the salt, as salmon tends to already be quite salty. Freshly cracked pepper provides nice flavor.
Preheat your ovenroven to 400°F.
Place the oiled and seasoned Salmon skin-side down on the prepared baking sheet.
Bake for 12-20 minutes, until the salmon is opaque and flakes easily with a fork. Baking time may vary depending on thickness.
When done, squeeze some lemon juice over the fillets and serve. The lemon adds brightness.
That's it! Simple ingredients and easy cooking makes delicious salmon. Bake until it reaches desired doneness and top with lemon juice. Salmon fillets can also be pan-seared, grilled, or poached for similarly easy preparation.
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