Thursday, April 14, 2011

Recipe: Miracle Marinade Salmon

Here we go with another Miracle Marinade recipe, this one on salmon fillets.  Salmon is one of my favorite fish, not only is it high in omega-3 fatty acids but it has flavor of its own (unlike tilapia or other thin, flaky white fish).  It can also stand up to marinades much better without dissolving into mush.  That being said I would not marinade this more than 3 hours, and even half an hour is enough for the flavor to penetrate.

You will need:
1 batch Miracle Marinade 
1 4oz Salmon Fillet per person served
Veggie Oil for the pan

Lightly salt and pepper each side of the salmon fillet leaving the skin on the fish.  Then cover with Miracle Marinade, turning to coat each side.  Allow to sit from 30 minutes to around 3 hours depending on your schedule.  Lightly coat the bottom of a skillet with veggie oil and place over high heat.  When the pan is very hot add the fish skin side down and allow to cook for four minutes if the fillet is thin and 6 minutes if the fillet is thick.  Lower the heat to medium and flip the fillets cooking an additional 2-6 minutes as needed.

I served the salmon with a large salad and wild rice pilaf.

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