Yup...that's a FRESH piece of Alaskan salmon my friends. Straight from Alaska, and packaged to bring to SC! Of course, my husband isn't a huge fan of fish, so I invited my friend Maureen over for a girl's night!
First, we washed the salmon, pulled out the small bones, and cut it into 4 smaller pieces. Then, drizzled the fish with fresh lemon juice, salt, and pepper, and topped it with a little dill seasoning. After warming a skillet to medium low, we placed the salmon in the warm pan, covered, and sauteed for about 15 minutes.
Maureen, being the fish expert she is, knew promptly when the salmon was cooked to perfection! It will be more firm and not squishy. Serve with a side of fresh veggies and a glass of white wine and you have yourself a meal!
I have had a 3 pound pork tenderloin in the freezer for quite some time and decided it was time to thaw and cook it. Since we have had a little cooler weather this week, I searched online for crock pot recipes! This one was my favorite, and I already had all of the necessities to make it.