Salmon is not only nutritious and versatile … it is also a pleasurable food!
Salmon is a food that stands out due to its attractive color, differentiating itself from other fish. When preparing it at home, the family enjoys not only its flavor and texture, but it also makes the dining table an entertaining and colorful place. The color of flavor, the color of life!!!
For you and your family
Recommendations for cooking Chilean Salmon
To be able to fully enjoy the salmon’s tasty texture, its juicy meat and its delicate and all-pervading flavor, there is only one secret, and that is not to overcook the fish. The recommended cooking time varies depending on the type of preparation.
– For stove or barbequed grilled salmon, cook the fish one minute on each side for fillet steaks, or three minutes for the medallions, since they are somewhat thicker.
– For oven-baked salmon, five minutes of cooking in a pre-heated oven is enough time for a juicy dish full of flavor, especially when it is accompanied by potatoes and seasonal vegetables.
-Don’t forget that the pink color of the meat will always bring a cheerful touch to any dish with which it is made.
Salmon can be easily incorporated into typical Brazilian cuisine, like for example when making simple skewers with peppers or more elaborate dishes like a tasty Vatapá. It is perfect in salads, or when served with vegetables and a fish broth in a rice based stew or when breaded and deep fried. Fresh salmon adapts itself to our palate and our habits as though it has been with us for thousands of years. And that is not to mention the classic “tapas”, which infinitely multiply the possible uses of salmon (whether fresh or smoked).