This is the most wonderful ceviche ever. It is thick enough to be eaten as a meal and it is the only recipe I have found that kid's enjoy. It was made by Leo Longoria from south Texas and is perfect in every way. Any fish will do but I recommend Red Fish first. I have also tried with Crappie and it is wonderful.
This is a very simple brine for salmon. After soaking overnight, we prefer to smoke the fish, but this brine works just as well for grilled, baked or broiled salmon.
This is a dish my parents used to be able to make in a half hour when we were children. I added a few additions to make it a little more exciting and fairly low in fat. Serve on hamburger buns with traditional hamburger condiments if desired.
Put this simple sauce on your salmon fillet prior to baking. A little dill, mustard, and mayonnaise are spiked with cider vinegar for a delicious glaze of flavor.
You don't have to labor for hours to prepare this healthy& good tasting meal. Using canned or fresh cooked salmon along with everyday kitchen ingredients, you can create a quick and healthy dish without knowing it.
This is a sweet and slightly smokey fish.
This is salmon with lime and basil... I dislike fish and was trying to figure out something I would like - no luck, but everyone who has tried this raves about it!
Honey and Worcestershire sauce combine into a delectable marinade for this easy, broiled salmon.