Salmon in Sorrel Sauce

by Koko on February 27, 2012 · 4 comments

in Cooking, Fish, Main Course, Uncategorized

I used to hate salmon. I think it has such a distinct, strong taste that as a kid who liked plain foods only, it was just not my thing. And now as a grown-up, I’ve learned to love it. I think it’s the variety of ways you can cook it (pan-seared, cedar plank, broiled) and the variety of sauces you can pair it with that makes it exciting and melt-in-your-mouth delicious.

Today I’m sharing with you a great under-30-minute-dinner. I love easy dishes like this that you can keep in your recipe drawer and whip out at the last minute. Hint: make sure to read the recipe all the way a few times through before starting to cook since this dish comes together QUICKLY and you don’t want to be scrambling.

The key to this dish is the thinly sliced salmon (which is put under a broiler for 30 seconds) and the sorrel sauce. Sorrel is a lemon-y tasting herb that looks like spinach and provides a great flavor to this dinner.



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Heather February 27, 2012 at 9:46 pm

I was never really a fan of salmon either…but this looks too good to pass up! Can’t wait to get cooking 🙂

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