Four Ingredients Baked Salmon Steaks is a simple fish dish that is best made with wild salmon. It’s surprisingly quick to prepare. Best served with vegetables and possibly a side dish of Garlic String Beans or Shiitake mushroom, this is dinner Haute class.
The salmon steaks are marinated in a mixture of herbs, spices and oyster sauce. The oyster sauce adds not only flavor but a bit of sodium as well. There are many varieties of oyster sauces on the market. So make sure you choose a low sodium brand.
This recipe may not be entirely Caribbean, but we are living in a world where culinary taste is expanding like wildfire, so why not cook the way we want.
Baked Salmon Steaks, although easy to prepared, can be dried is over-baked. When cooking salmon, the best way to check if it is fully cooked is to know the thickness of the salmon steaks. Salmon steaks usually weight 8 to 12 ounces per steak. Just remember that thicker steaks will be easier to cook. And cooking is usually between 6 minutes on one side and 2 – 3 minutes longer on the other side on a stovetop.
Buying Salmon is by preference. I usually buy wild caught instead of farmed salmon. Wild salmon is said to have a superior taste then farmed raised salmon. Wild Salmon is expensive and will make your pockets suffer, but your stomach will thank you.
Farmed salmon has a milder taste and is much cheaper than wild salmon. Farmed salmon also has a higher fat content because of hormones injections for rapid growth. Don’t be scared by the statement as of yet. I would prefer that you do your research and decide whether to buy wild or farmed.
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My Baked Salmon Steaks Recipe is prepared with everyday spices such a Mrs. Dash, oyster sauce, my homemade hot sauce, fig vinegar, and oil of course. Very simple, right? Just remember to properly clean and remove all pin-bones in your salmon steaks before marinating and cooking. And again this marvelous and delicious recipe can be served with a side of veggies and/or grains.
Let me know what you think after making this delicious recipe.
- 2 tablespoon olive oil
- 2 tablespoons fig vinegar or vinegar or your choice
- 1 ½ tablespoons Mrs. Dash Original Blend
- 2 tablespoon Oyster Sauce low sodium brand
- Four 8-ounce wild salmon steaks cut 1 inch thick
- 1 teaspoon hot pepper sauce of your choice
- In a large, shallow dish, whisk oil, vinegar, Mrs. Dash, oyster sauce and hot sauce. Add the salmon steaks and turn to coat. Cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes, turning the salmon a few times.
- Preheat the oven to 415 degrees. Prepare a roasting pan just large enough to fit the salmon, by using butter or Pam spray. Place the salmon steaks on the baking dish and place it in the oven.
- Roast 7 -12 minutes depending on the thickness of the steaks and the degree of doneness you prefer.
- Serve hot.
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