Fish - I've heard so many people say, they don't like it. And then to admit that they never tasted it.
There are so many different types and tastes of fish, that one learns just by tasting, what are the favorite ones. I love salmon. Someone once asked me, to pick just one particular protein source, that I could eat the rest of my life every day. I picked salmon.
With this particular recipe I have made fish lovers out of former non-linkers. Kids as well as adults have enjoyed it. My favorite ways to eat it are for lunch with a side of a salad, for dinner with a side of sweet potato puree & veggies, I've also eaten the leftovers the next day cold with a side of a fresh fruit salad. So pretty much any way you like it! And it is so easy to make, even kids can put it into the oven!
If you don't enjoy the smell of fish in your kitchen, ask your local market to clean the fish ready for you. Bake the fish in a disposable alumni form, that you can just put in the trash as soon as the baking is done, or the meal is over.
For one file of salmon (whole half of the fish)
1 TBSP of salt
1/2 TBSP of black pepper
1 TBSP of cinnamon
1/2 TBSP of curry powder
Rub the spice mix into the flesh side of the fish
Bake the salmon for about 25-30 minutes at 180 C / 350 F until done.
And that's it!!
I hope you enjoy it!
I'm a chef and a pastry chef, and I love food. Preparing a meal for someone is a show of love; for your craft, for the ingredients, and for the ones eating.
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