Cook salmon with methods that will keep it tender and moist. Salmon is a fish that can easily become dry and overcooked, so take care of your cooking time. Grilled salmon tastes great but watch out not to burn it – area without direct flames is the best for grill. If you have salmon leftovers, combine them cold with vegetables for a tasty salad. Salmon is a perfect meal thanks to its versatility. You can bake it, grill it, fry in pan, deep-fry and combine it with many different flavors. Since the skin can change the taste and texture, try to remove it before cooking. Baked salmon must be juicy, so try not to overcook it.
Here are some tips how to cook salmon fillets. Heat the oven to 180°C and prepare a baking pan – line it with aluminum foil and grease it with olive oil. Cut fillets in half, brush them with a little bit of olive oil. Season the fillets with pepper and salt. Put the fillets in the oven and bake them for twenty minutes. Twenty minutes time is more than enough to keep it tender, juicy and delicious. Using aluminum foil while baking salmon will keep it tender and full of flavors, plus you will have one less dish to wash. Aluminum foil will trap the moisture, which will prevent the salmon from drying out. There are many ways for baking salmon in foil – you can add various herbs, vegetables, orange and lemon, to achieve a richer flavor and create most delicious meal ever.