28 November, 2017
Salmon and Lime Saute’ – Quick and Easy – 20 minutes
Salmon and Lime Saute’
Gammy says You will like this Salmon and lime Saute’. It’s just a new sorta spiced up twist on our regular old Lemon Salmon.
Put a skillet on the stove at medium high. Then salt and pepper your filets present side, aka not striped side, aka all one color side, aka the side you see in the pic. Put them seasoned side down in the pan and season the other side. Give them about 3-4 minutes a side. When they are firm and want to flake when poked with your finger carefully take them out and set them aside in a dish that will catch the drippings.
Add a little more olive oil and the butter to the pan. When the butter has melted add the garlic and the dill weed. Give the garlic about a minute then add the lime slices (you can use lemons if you want) and the white wine.
Put the salmon and the drippings back in the pan and get the filets coated with the sauce. When the liquid has reduced and thickened up a little serve up your salmon and lime sauté’ with a few of the lime slices as a garnish. You might like some chilled Pinot Grigio with it or maybe a Chablis. This goes good with our oven baked zucchini with onions and parmesan cheese.