Salmon Recipe for People Who Don’t Like Salmon

Not everyone can stand the flavor of Salmon, but it actually has a pretty good texture once prepared correctly. Salmon is full of Omega 3 Fatty Acids, Vitamin B12, Iron, and Niacin. Additionally, you’re getting tons of protein in every serving of this fantastic fish.

The problem is that Salmon in a restaurant always tastes a little too fishy. In my opinion, there’s nothing worse than undercooked Salmon that’s been sitting out at room temperature for an unknown number of hours.

I desperately would like to like Salmon: It is a healthy, versatile, and an excellent a way to change up the routine of eating chicken, steak, and pasta.

I’ve finally figured out how to cook Salmon, and in this article, I’m going to show you how. In particular, I will focus on how you can do it if you don’t like Salmon.

I prefer to buy already-caught fish that has been flash-frozen. That way, the fish is never stored at room temperature — the most common way seafood goes terrible. 

When fish sits around unfrozen for too long, it begins to spoil. The best way to ensure you catch the freshest fish possible is to freeze it as soon as possible. A good strategy for pulling salmon filets out of the freezer is to go ahead and lace in fridge overnight to defrost.

If you really do not like the fish taste, it will be hard to acquire a taste for them. You should consider adding artificial flavoring.

Here’s an easy recipe for a Roasted Salmon with Herby-Garlic Sauce.

  1. Preheat the oven to 350ºF and lightly grease a rimmed baking sheet.
  1. Place the salmon fillets in a frying pan and turn to coat in oil; season with salt & pepper.
  1. If you are looking to fry the Salmon, heat the oil in a skillet over medium heat. Fry until opaque on the outside and just translucent on the inside, about 5 minutes. However, if you prefer your Salmon well done, just keep roasting for another 3 to 5 minutes till the Salmon is opaque all the way through. This will mean a slightly drier piece of fish, but the sauce will take care of that.

While the salmon roasts, prepare the Herby-Garlic sauce.

  1. Add 2 handfuls of one (or a combination) of the following: flat-leaf parsley, basil, chives, and/or mint. Then add adequate olive oil, so you just see it starting to gather around the herbs.
  1. Just grate a garlic clove right onto the bowl—to make this even more efficient, you can use a Microplane.
  1. Put a few splashes of white or red wine vinegar (depending on whether you like the sweeter, milder taste of red wine vinegar or the harsher taste of white wine vinegar), Add a pinch of salt, along with several grinds of black pepper.
  1. Make sure your taste buds are happy as you mix and adjust the ingredients. Is it delicious? If so, go ahead and put it on everything.

Using some fresh greens to accentuate the Salmon, along with a zesty garlic sauce, you have a dish even the biggest of salmon haters would enjoy.