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Fresh Salmon

Fillet with Dill, Mustard and Potato Chips

There is nothing better then fresh wild caught Alaskan Salmon but unfortunately it is only available here in late summer.  We do have farm raised Salmon available all year long and using a few very simple herbs and condiments, we can create a very tasty dish..  


Cooking Steps

  1. Preheat the oven to 400°F
  2. Cover the surface of your broiler pan with aluminum foil to help reduce cleanup.  If you DO NOT have a broiler pan, then a cookie sheet with a lip will work just fine.  Spray a little PAM or rub a little olive oil on the foil keep the fish from sticking.
  3. Rinse off the fillet and pat dry with a paper towel.  Place the fillet flesh side up in the pan and rub with a small amount of Olive Oil.
  4. Place into the oven and cook for about 10 minutes.  Fish will cook fairly quick so you should keep an eye on it.  Once the fish start to release a milky white fluid and is firm to the touch, pull it from the oven.
  5. Turn the broiler on in the oven.  While it is heating up, smear the mustard over the top of the fish, break apart the sprig of Dill and spread it over the mustard coating.  Finally, take the crushed potato chips and spread them over the top.  You should have the fish now with a layer of mustard, the dill on top of the mustard and crushed potato chips covering everything to give it a salty crunch.
  6. Return the fish to the oven with the broiler on to brown up the surface. Important Note:  Keep an eye on the fish at this point.  It will brown quickly under the broiler and the point at which is it browned and turns black can only take a moment.  Once browned, remove from the oven and let rest for a few minutes.
  7. Cut the fish into serving portions with a spatula leaving the skin behind.  Serve over rice with your favorite vegetable.  Enjoy!

1 or more whole Salmon filets with the skin still on.

1 bunch of Fresh Dill.

Small quantity of your favorite spicy mustard.

Small amount of Olive Oil to cost the top of the salmon fillet.

1 medium to large size bag of your favorite Potato Chips.  If you only have access to the smaller lunch size bags, then you will need about 2 cups of crushed potato chips for each fillet.