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    Simple Poached Salmon

    This is my favorite way to make a delicious, moist, flavorful salmon filet. It's quick, clean and simple, infused with flavor and the easiest way I've found to cook salmon just to my liking, about medium done. 



    Wild Caught Salmon (skinless)
    Chicken or Vegetable Stock
    1/2 Onion - sliced
    1 Clove Garlic - minced
    Fresh Dill - chopped

    Add water and stock to skillet (50/50 Mixture), just enough to lay fish in without covering it.
    Add onion and garlic and bring to a simmer.
    Add salmon to skillet and season with salt and pepper.
    Simmer about 5 to 7 minutes until desired doneness. I like to see some real nice pink inside, but if you refer well-done, cook another couple minutes. 
    Remove from skillet and top with fresh dill and lemon slices.

    Salmon Salad

    This salmon salad is fresh and delicious. Clean ingredients in a satisfying and nutrient-rich dish. I crave this salad year round! 


    1 lb. Poached Salmon Filet
    2 to 3 Celery Stalks - diced
    1/2 Red Onion - finely sliced
    1/2 Cucumber - sliced or diced
    1 TBS. Salt Packed Capers - rinsed and drained
    Juice of 1 Lemon
    1 to 2 TBS. Olive Oil
    2 TBS. Fresh Dill
    Salt & Pepper to taste


    Combine Celery, Red Onion, Cucumber, Capers in a large bowl.

    In a separate bowl, mix Lemon Juice and Olive Oil.

    Pour dressing over salad mix and toss.

    Break Salmon into chunk sized pieces and gently fold into salad mix.

    Season with Salt and Pepper.