Pan Fried Salmon Fillet

This was our dinner tonight. Salmon noodles. If you want to cook Salmon this way, you only need 10 minutes of cooking if you did a bit of preparation before hand.


Rub a bit of salt, pepper  on salmon fillet and then cover it completely with lemon slices top and bottom. Squeeze the sacs of the lemon slices a bit to allow the juice to be in contact with the fish.

Leave it in the fridge for 1 hour.


Dust both sides of the fillet with plain flour.  Just a thin layer will do.  Let the flour absorb a bit of the juices from the fish, if the flour disappears let it be. You don't have to recoat the fish.

Warm pan on low fire and drizzle a little bit of oil on pan. Probably 5 drops will do.  Place fish in and pan fry until it obtains the level of brown you prefer.

You can dress with it almost anything, it'll taste good as long as the fish is fresh.  Tartare sauce, chinese sauces, ketchup, anything you love.

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