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Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon | Salmon Recipes

Lemon garlic butter salmon made with only a few ingredients for maximum flavor and minimal cleanup! Juicy fish in 30 minutes that’s SIMPLE and tastes BETTER than restaurant salmon! The butter infused with lemon and garlic adds a tonne of FLAVOR!

Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon is one of the most delicious and simple recipes you’ll ever make. Delicate salmon fillets are pan-fried until golden brown then topped with a simple, lively, and delicious lemon butter sauce.

If you prefer the ease and speed of skillet dishes like Pan-Seared Steak or Shrimp Scampi, you’ll adore this Lemon Garlic Butter salmon recipe.

I enjoy searing salmon in a skillet because it produces a delightfully crisp seared surface while keeping the interior nice and soft. When you believe you don’t have time to cook dinner, grill a salmon fillet with a fresh squeeze of lemon juice.

This Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon recipe is a restaurant-quality dish that you can cook at home in 30 minutes!

Easy and gorgeous pan-seared Garlic Salmon recipe with browned butter and lemon. Learn how to cook salmon in a pan in 30 minutes or less. You enjoy the straightforward components.


How To Choose Salmon For Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon?

Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon recipe

Pacific salmon come in seven varieties. Chinook, Coho, Chum, Sockeye, and Pink salmon are all found in North America. Salmon like Masu and Amago are only found in Asia.

  • Wild-caught Pacific salmon is generally thought to be the healthiest salmon.
  • Many people say that Chinook Salmon, sometimes known as King Salmon, is the best-tasting salmon species. They have a high-fat content and luscious meat that ranges from white to deep red.
  • Farmed-Raised Salmon – The majority of ‘Atlantic salmon’ is farm-raised and has bigger fillets with higher fat content, making it more forgiving,  roast it for a long without drying out. Color is generally added to it.
  • Wild Salmon (Sockeye or Coho Salmon) is slimmer and less fatty (with the exception of thicker Wild King Salmon). Because wild salmon is thinner, it is easier to overcook, so aim for the lower end of the time range.
  • Wild steelhead is a variety of rainbow trout that is less expensive and works well in Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon. 

Which Indian Fish is Salmon?

One of India’s most popular fish is Indian salmon fish, also known as Rawas in the native language. This fish is popular on the Western Coast because of its tasty taste and delicate, sensitive white meat. It has a solid texture as well as numerous health benefits.

What enhances the flavor of Salmon?

Marinating salmon can add flavor and keep the fish wet throughout cooking. Most marinades have an acidic component, such as lemon or vinegar, which adds a delightful tanginess to the fish.

How to know when the Salmon is done?

The simplest method to tell if your salmon is done is to gently press down on the top of the fillet with a fork or your finger. The salmon is done when the flesh flakes, which means it separates easily along the white lines across the fillet (strips of fish fat). Remove from the heat!

Is Salmon Healthy or Unhealthy?

Salmon has a lot of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which have been proven to help the heart and brain. Wild salmon is the best option, however, farmed salmon is also good in taste. Women of reproductive age and children under the age of five should continue to consume low-contaminant seafood.

How to Prepare Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon?

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Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon recipe

Ingredients:

For two people:

Salmon ~400g (two pieces)

Lemon 1 piece

Salt, Pepper as per taste

Butter 50g

➡️ Creamy spinach:

Oil 2 tablespoon

Garlic 2-3 chunks

Spinach 400g

Fresh Cream 200 ml

Cornstarch&Water 1 tpspoon& 50ml

Salt as per taste

➡️ Preparation 

  • Portion the salmon into steck about 200 gm each.
  • Set with the salt and black pepper for about 15 minutes.
  • Make the pan medium heat. Add the unsalted butter.  Melt until brown after adding the salmon. 
  • Cook the skin side until golden brown then turn the steck and cook for about 5 to 7 minutes then add lemon juice and lemon zest
  • The salmon is ready. 

 ➡️ Creamy spinach 

  • Make hot oil in a pan, and add chopped garlic.
  • Cook until become golden, add spinach fresh or frozen. 
  • Cook until soft. Now add fresh cream and cook for about 3 to 4 minutes.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Once the Spinach is boiling add cornstarch and mix with water.
  •  Creamy spinach is ready to serve.

Tips for Pan-Seared Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon

Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon recipe

  • Let salmon rest briefly before cooking to ensure equal cooking.
  • Warm the pan and oil; this will help the salmon brown more evenly. Don’t put in a cold skillet.
  • Pat the fish dry before putting it in the pan for optimum browning.
  • Serve with a dipping sauce. Pan-seared salmon is fantastic on its own, but a lemon butter sauce takes it to a whole new level.
  • Because this dish moves quickly and salmon only takes a few minutes to cook, have your ingredients ready before you turn on the stove.
  • Don’t move the fish while it’s cooking. Better browning once more.
  • Be careful not to overcook it! The middle of the salmon should still be somewhat pink.
  • When zesting lemons, make sure you just get the yellow skin and leave off the white pith, which can lend bitter tones to your dish.
  • As salmon varies in size, thickness, and even fat content, use an instant-read thermometer and cook to an internal temperature of 145°F.
  • I prefer unsalted butter for this lemon garlic salmon since it allows me to control the quantity of salt in the meal. If you only have salted butter on hand, that’s alright, just reduce the quantity of kosher salt you season the salmon with.
  • For this salmon recipe, add freshly squeezed lemon juice if feasible. The fresh stuff tastes far better than the pre-bottled stuff, and the buttery sauce only requires around one lemon’s worth of juice!
  • Keep a tight eye on your food when broiling it because it can burn very fast under the broiler. Note that you don’t have to broil on the top rack, and while it will take slightly longer, it will burn less.

What to Serve with Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon?

Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon

Serve this lemon garlic salmon with rice and steamed asparagus for a delicious meal! If you’re looking for some extra salmon side dishes, try these:

  • Baked potato
  • Broccoli
  • Avocado cucumber salad
  • Mashed potato
  • Roasted vegetables

How to Store & Reheat Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon? 

Refrigerate leftover salmon for up to 1 day in an airtight container. Because salmon tends to dry up when reheated, this recipe is best served the day it is prepared. If you have leftover salmon, serve it at room temperature the next day over a salad or flake it and scramble it with eggs. Leftover vegetables can be reheated, put into a salad or eggs, or eaten alone.

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