Simple Salmon Sauté
Sauté de Saumon Simple
With a new decade and a new year in full swing, we often turn our attention back to health and general well being. And for some, this includes kicking off a resolution to exercise, diet or eating cleaner, overall. At the end of a long work day when time doesn’t feel like it permits, rustling up a simple salmon sauté at home is a healthful and delicious option to grabbing dinner on the go.
2 fresh salmon filets with the skin intact
2-3 sprigs of fresh chive finely chopped
3 sprigs of fresh parsley finely chopped
herbed sea salt
•• Rinse the salmon filets and pat dry. •• Over a medium-low flame, heat a non stick sauté pan. •• To create the natural oil, place the filets skin side down and sear for approximately 4-5 minutes, with a careful watch not to burn. •• Flip the filets onto the flesh side and seal for 1-2 minutes. •• Remove from the heat and place on a serving dish. •• Squeeze fresh lemon over the top of the filets and garnish with finely chopped chive, parsley and herbed sea salt, as desired. •• Serve with a fresh Batavia lettuce salad with vinaigrette and a chilled white wine. ••
Using a small fork, blend these ingredients for a tangy salad vinaigrette!
1 tsp Dijon mustard
1 tsp freshly squeezed lemon
1 tsp olive oil
1/4 tsp walnut oil
fresh cilantro finely chopped, as desired
•• Voila! ••