Wednesday, October 30, 2019

#FrannyCooks : Baked Cheezy Salmon with Seaking

Here are 3 main reasons why I love salmon:

- It's rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B, protein and all the good things making it good for your heart.
- It's almost always served boneless which is perfect for people like me who do not like deboning their fish.
- It's so easy to prepare and so versatile too! Regardless if you steam, bake, fry, pan-fry or grill it, you're pretty much assured of having a good salmon dish.

So, when I received several packs of Seaking frozen salmon cuts a month ago, I was so happy! Well, it was perfect timing too that it arrived just in time for Paul's birthday and you all know how I love going the extra mile for his birthdays so I decided, we have a nice fancy dinner with Baked Salmon as part of the menu.

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Do you still remember the Baked Salmon dish that I've shared some time back? No? Don't fret, just click on this link to refresh your memory!

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Anyway, I used the same recipe but since Seaking makes use of Wild Alaskan Keta Salmon, I have to make some slight adjustments. You see, keta salmon has less fat compared to its more popular counterpart. I'm glad though that the finish product turned out well and the birthday boy as well as my parents were happy with our salmon dish.

Baked Keta Salmon with Seaking


What you'll need:
2 packs of Seaking Wild Alaskan Keta Salmon Slab
Salt
Pepper
1/2 Lemon
Olive oil
1 block of cream cheese
1 tbsp chopped garlic
1 cup grated cheese
1 cup Japanese mayonnaise

What to do:

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1) To marinate: rub salt and pepper on to the defrosted salmon slab and drizzle with lemon and olive oil. Feel free to add your choice of spices and herbs too. I also like adding oregano and rosemary too. If you like a bit of heat, some cayenne pepper works too. Marinate your fish for a minimum of an hour.

2) Prepare your creamy cheezy topping : mix the cream cheese, garlic, mayonnaise and grated cheese together. Set aside until the salmon is ready.

3) Preheat your oven to 170 celsius (330 fahrenheit).

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4) Top your creamy cheezy topping on the salmon slab and carefully place this in a clean baking dish.

5) Bake your salmon for 20 minutes and check closely to see if the cheese has melted and turned into this nice golden brown color. Once done, try to consume immediately.

Bon Apetit! 
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