Let me introduce you to possibly the easiest recipe ever in my blog,
Pan-seared salmon steak!-
With only 4 ingredients and few simple steps,
You can enjoy this dish in no time.
Since there are only a few ingredients,
Make sure you use better quality ones,
Otherwise the bad flavor will definitely show.
(Especially the fishy taste if the salmon is not so fresh)
1 salmon steak
2 to 3 garlic cloves (peeled)
Extra virgin olive oil
Sprinkle some salt on both sides of the fish steak and let it sit for about 30 minutes.
When you're ready to cook the fish,
Just use a paper towel and gently pat on the fish,
The salt makes the fish to release the liquid inside,
And we need to wipe it because you don't wanna see oil bouncing out from the pan later on.
(I learned my lesson before, water and oil can never be good friends)
In a nonstick pan,
(One of the greatest invention in the world, it saves you so much time for clean up)
Drizzle some olive oil and toss in the garlic cloves.
Wait until the garlic turned slightly brown and the aroma fills every corner in the kitchen,
Scoop them out,
We do not want burned garlic here.
Since some salt might be lost while wiping the fish earlier,
You might want to sprinkle more a little bit more before searing it.
Transfer the salmon to the pan and sear both sides for about 2 minutes,
That's it, nice and easy!
Cindy's Rating: 6
I would have given it a 7 but the bones in the middle made me deducted one more point,
Totally not good with bones, maybe that's one of the reason why I love sushi!