Thursday, July 31, 2008

My Amazing Homemade Domestic Seafood Recipe

Many people fry, bake or barbecue the Salmon. There are so many variation of cooking or preparing Salmon but, I have found a Baked Crusted Salmon to be one of the best! I created this recipe and I always have this dish everytime I have a family and friends gathering at my house, and they loved it! The compliments I get is overwhelming. They said it is not fishy taste and smelly! It is very simple process, first thing is to remove the skin, so that you have one piece of fillet. Second and most important thing is to take a small bowl add at least 4 tablespoon of butter and 1 tablespoon of Worsechester Sauce. The butter mixture will help take the away the fishy taste and smell! Sprinkle the butter mixture on the bottom of the clear glass baking pan then sprinkle the bread crumbs on top of the butter mixture. Sea Salt and pepper both sides of the Salmon and place the Salmon in the glass baking pan. Repeat the process of the butter mixtures and the bread crumbs on top of the Salmon. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Once oven is preheated, place the Salmon in the oven for 25 minutes. After Salmon is done, serve with Hollandaise Sauce, your favorite vegetalbes and enjoy!

I believe this would be a great contender recipe, for the Cook off because of the simplicity of the preparation and most important the Worsechester Sauce Butter Mixture which will eliminate the fishy smell and taste of the Salmon. The Louisiana Seafood Promotion & Marketing Board (LSPMB) and NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association) present the Fifth Annual Great American Seafood Cook-Off to be held on Aug 2-3 at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center within the Louisiana Foodservice EXPO and the Gulf Coast Seafood Pavilion. This event is very exciting and challenging to all the chefs who would want to establish a reputation of their culinary training. This would be your chance to prove yourself that you can be part one of America’s most prestigious culinary competitions, one chef and one state will walk away with the title of King of American Seafood.

Try this at home by improvising your talent in cooking and you will find it very tasty! And the Salmon will become part of your dishes!

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