July 12, 2011

Fried Salmon with Lemon Butter Sauce

One of my favorite fish is Norwegian Salmon so it is always included in my grocery list. It is quite expensive so I only eat this once or twice a month and I rarely order this at the restaurant because the size is very small and the price is expensive. 

One of the reasons why I enjoyed my stay in Norway is because of their salmon. Norwegian Salmon is very rich in DHA and omega-3 fatty acid so it is really a healthful food. It is so easy to prepare you can grill, steam or fry it.

Hubby won’t be home for dinner so I decided to cook my favorite dish.



21 comments:

  1. It looks delicious.I found you from the foodie blog roll and I'd love to guide Foodista readers to your site. I hope you could add this lemon butter sauce widget at the end of this post so we could add you in our list of food bloggers who blogged how to make lemon butter sauce,thanks!

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  2. Mmmmmm... fried salmon! I am betting this is miles better than the one in Sonya's Garden,


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  3. It looks so delicious! My mom stays and woks in Norway. Maybe she's cooking one there.

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  4. Fried Salmon is one of my eldest son 's most requeted food.a sloce of piece,lots of rice and dipping sauce makes him happy

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  5. Thank you for sharing this. I'm looking forward to trying cooking this by myself.. :)

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  6. looks yummy, and salmon is really healthy rich in omega 3...

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  7. This looks great. I always love eating Salmon and Tuna. Both are very healthy and really delicious! However, I'd rather steam my salmon. Not fry.

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  8. Finally! I've been looking for a recipe for the Salmon other than putting salt on it, I find your post a better way to cook this fish.

    Another added menu for the week's list. Thanks!

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  9. my kids like fresh salmon as sashimi, i also make fillets of it :)

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  10. try frying it in lemon butter sauce next time ... mas masarap

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  11. Again this is a usual dish prepared by my wife for our lunch. I love the crispy part of the fish. It snappily cracks every time I bit it. Yummy! Another rice please!

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  12. OIh no, can't help myself to e hungry. srap nito michi!

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  13. oohoohoo i love salmon. My favorite talaga! looking at this makes me crave and drool! :D

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  14. I love salmon in anything. But this winter, I made sinigang with Salmon's head and it was sooooo good. I might share the recipe soon. Anyways, thank you for sharing this. Looks delicious.

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  15. Wow, it looks delicious! I love salmon but I seldom eat it because of the price. I think I only have salmon in Japanese restaurants, for sashimi and sushi rolls.

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  16. looks so delicious! i am on my diet , so the doctors reminded me to eat fish, fish fish! i tried different kind of fish! thanks for sharing , i will have this fried salmon with butter sauce for my dinner. ^_^

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  17. thanks for this new recipe - we're only used to having grilled salmon and always with either soy sauce or anything dark... we must try this

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  18. ahh Salmon, my mother's favorite dish. We also try to do this at home but it isn't juicy as compared to how you did it. I'll share this recipe t them so that we can improve. :)

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  19. looks tasty! I also eat this raw but of course with some mixtures. It's delicious too!

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  20. yum! grabe..so addict ako sa fried fish-esssssssssss and this really made me "tulo laway" hahahha

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