There are many ways to cook salmon but some of the best are baked salmon recipes. Salmon is a very versatile fish to cook, although there are some people who are not particularly fond of its strong flavor. However, there are many ways to reduce or mask the strong flavor of salmon. Usually this is a simple matter of understanding the correct spices and herbs that complement salmon.
One of the best cooking methods to help infuse the great spices and herb flavors is to bake the salmon. Of course, other great alternatives include broiled salmon.
Baked salmon florentine is an excellent example of a baked salmon recipe that appeals to all ages and groups. This dish includes rice, sautéed onion that has been chopped, and mixed with butter, dry mustard, and milk. Adding a cup of shredded mozzarella or cheddar cheese, as well as spinach, really enhances the flavor of the baked salmon.
Another great salmon recipe is baked salmon with pineapple. This meal can also be cooked on the grill, however we find that baking it in the oven produces a far superior flavor. You will need some pineapple pieces, a small amount of soy sauce, ginger, and nutmeg. Generally you will want to bake your salmon at approximately three hundred and fifty to three hundred and seventy five degrees in the oven.
One of the best baked salmon recipes includes breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese to create a wonderful crust on top of your baked salmon. Adding dijon mustard, breadcrumbs without any seasoning, lemon juice and melted butter will create an excellent meal for your entire family. Another way is to cook marinated salmon with sauce.
The best baked salmon recipes are usually created with your oven at approximately three hundred and fifty degrees. A general rule of thumb is to cook your salmon for approximately ten minutes for every one inch of thickness. When you have a filet where the thickness varies you can average the cooking time between the thinnest and the thickest portions of the salmon.