This recipe right here! I shouldn’t release. Lol..I mean its made me a lot of money. It can be used for a regular fresh salmon fillet too of course but once you’ve had a Salmon Steak especially this juicy recipe, you’re taste buds will crave it over a fillet. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Wicked Winona ‘the Perfect Blend’ seasoning
- Salted butter
- Pure Honey
- Soy Sauce
- Garlic Mash
- Grapeseed or Avacodo oil
STEP 1 is Season that baby down! Drizzle your oil on her and season GENEROUSLY with that Wicked Winona! Its really a beautiful blend and has a nice smoky Chipotle flavor. Dont rub! Pat/press it in both sides. Id usually let her sit for at least 15 minutes after that.
Now lets heat a pan up. Pour a little of you oil and when you lay the Salmon in you should indeed hear a sizzle. Hear it?….Good…now get a 1/2 cup of water pour a tbsp of your wiked winona in the water then pour that in the bottom of your pan and pop the lid on!
This is gonna create a nice amount steam and flavor running through that Thick Salmon Steak and keep it from drying out, this is a big piece of meat here.
After about 4-5 minutes open it and flip carefully now cute a few slices of butter into the pan and if the water has evaporated out repeat the process. Hey pop that lid back on! In about 5-7 minutes it should be done. So tender and juicy dont break her! Carefull taking her out of the pan.
The sauce. glaze…
Small sauce pan. You wanna get about a 1/2 -1 cup of orange juice i use fresh oranges because the flavor is different but if you’d rather do orange juice no big. Half a stick of butter, tbsp soy sauce, tbsp garlic mash, 1/2 cup of honey. Heat that all till its bubblin’ hot and well mixed.
Now POUR POUR POUR it! Right on top of the salmon..ohhhhhh that’s food porn right there. I’ve done this same method on lobster tails its delish.
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