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August 20, 2009

Grilled Salmon Steak With Parsley Topping

My dad brought home these beautiful salmon steaks the other day and asked me to work my magic.

This is what I came up with.


Ingredients:

2 salmon steaks, 1-inch thick

2 large handfuls of parsley

2 cloves of garlic

1 tsp mustard (any type will do, except for honey mustard)

2 tbs lemon juice

Salt/pepper

Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Wash the steaks and pat dry with paper towels. Evenly coat each side with ½ tsp olive oil and season one side generously with salt and pepper. Place the steaks, seasoned side down on a grill pan (also greased with olive oil) and season the other side. Cook 5-6 min on each side.

In the meantime, prepare the topping. Combine the parsley, garlic, mustard, lemon juice, 2 tbs of olive oil and salt and pepper in the food processor.

Spread the topping over the salmon and ta-da! Serves four.

This dish was divine! It only took 15 minutes to prepare. The salmon was cooked perfectly and the parsley topping was a wonderful complement. Not only is this dish healthy, but it is also beautiful so it is great for guests.


Bon Appetit!

7 comments:

Chef Fresco said...

Dang look at those salmon pieces! And only 15 minutes - nice!

Lynda said...

Oh my, this does look delicious and so healthy! Thanks for sharing this recipe as I look forward to trying it!

Olga said...

Those do look great! I think I'd sub mayo for mustard :)

♥ Marta ♥ said...

My mommy makes a similar dish... it's delicious :)

P.S. I totally agree, This Side of Paradise is a bit slow. I am not done reading but it's not as good as I expected it to be.

Monika P. said...

oh God. I'm hungry right now. It looks delicious!

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Jessica Segarra said...

Looks gorgeous! What a nice piece of fish!

Rach said...

Looks great! I've always wanted to cook salmon, I've tried cooking tilapia but I can never get it to sear correctly.