Baked Salmon
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Baked Salmon

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Serves 2

Salmon fish cooked in the oven in low heat.

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Ingredients

  • Ingredients:
  • Dill/ Parsley
  • Lemon pepper
  • Black pepper
  • Salt
  • 1 dl Olive oil
  • 1 clove of garlic

Method

    1. Its simple this recipe. I did it simple for any one can do. First I take to a casserole the salmon and there I add the seasonings. When I add the seasonings do not follow any recipe I just do how I would like it to have. But usually in salmon these are the main ingredients that should always have. The garlic cut it finely and in small. Every time I do food I add a bit of garlic.
    2. But back to the recipe, before the dinner time lets say you eat at 20.00 start adding the seasonings at 18 or 19. 2 – 3 hours to marinate in the fridge. When start doing dinner think first what you would like to have. With salmon you can eat any thing. Today I did with boiled potatoes and salad. Simple salad, to tomato, salad leaves, olives, cucumber.
    3. Let the oven be for a while heating in middle and heating to 250o. Let it for 1,5 hours.

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