For scrumptious seafood, use this delectable salmon seasoning! The salmon can be prepared in whichever you desire and then this mixture is sprinkled on top.
Because salmon seasoning tastes fantastic on other meats as well (like pork chops), double or quadruple the batch!
My preferred fish
Salmon is a substantial, fatty fish that is high in protein, antioxidants, and Omega-3 fatty acids.
Even the fried skin can be eaten, and it has a flavor that is rich and buttery.
With a smokey, delicious seasoning and a hint of garlic, this seasoning recipe brings out the flavor of salmon. Don’t forget to add some lemon juice as well!
Salmon is a favorite of so many home cooks. Additionally, it is a well-liked menu entrée in all steakhouses and seafood restaurants. But given that salmon may be somewhat expensive, many of us may worry about how to prepare it. This magical all-purpose seasoning blend is guaranteed to become a favorite!
- Always season salmon just before cooking to prevent the salt from prematurely breaking down the flesh.
- Additionally, we enjoy sprinkling it on the flesh prior to baking or pan-frying it.
- Alternately, mix it with melted butter and spread it before frying.
How long your salmon filet takes to cook will depend on its size and shape. A thicker filet will take more time to cook than a thinner, flatter filet. Make sure your salmon is not overcooked by checking it early.
The middle of the salmon should be somewhat transparent and fork-flake readily. Like many other forms of meat, when it is taken away from the heat source, the internal cooking process continues while the outside cools and seals in the juices.
- air fryer
Ingredients for salmon seasoning
- 1 teaspoon paprika
- ½ teaspoon smoked paprika
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon salt or to taste
- ½ teaspoon lemon zest
- ½ teaspoon black pepper
- ¼ teaspoon thyme leaves optional
- In a small bowl, mix the spices.
- Apply olive oil to the salmon fillets.
- Salmon fillets should be baked, broiled, or grilled until they reach the desired degree of doneness.
Add 1 1/2 tablespoons of brown sugar to the mixture for a sweet glazed salmon.
Make sure the lemon zest dries on the counter for a few days if you intend to store the salmon seasoning.