I took out salmon for lunch today. I was going to make it the same way that I had the last time, but thought there has to be a different way to make this.
Last night for dinner I had made the Panko Pork Chops, so I thought, huh….I bet I could put Panko bread crumbs on this as well! I did find a recipe on Simply Recipes, I just modified it a bit!
Here’s what you need:
1 thawed salmon
2tbs Dijon Mustard
1tbs dried parsley (I did not have any fresh on hand)
Cooking Olive Oil Spray
1/2 cup Panko Bread crumbs (I usually have the Italian flavored on hand but they didn’t have any at the store, so I used plain)
Heat the oven to 400 degrees.
I put some Dijon Mustard, put it on a plate and mixed in some parsley. I lined a baking sheet with foil (sprayed with cooking spray) and put the salmon skin side down. I added some salt and pepper to the salmon. I covered the salmon with the parsley/mustard mixture and then poured the Panko Bread crumbs to cover the entire salmon. I sprinkled a bit more parsley on top and sprayed it with more of the olive oil cooking spray.
I set the timer for 10 minutes and checked on it. It didn’t feel quite done yet so I bake for another minute or so. It should be firm to the touch.
I had left over asparagus from dinner last night that didn’t get cooked (since Brooklyn and I are the only ones that eat it!) so I put this in a pan with water and steamed it for just a few minutes.
Simply Recipes stated this: Panko is a Japanese type of bread crumb that is especially light and crunchy, popular these days with chefs because it doesn’t get soggy. What I love about this way of preparing salmon is that the panko topping seems to hold in the salmon’s moisture while roasting, so the salmon doesn’t get dried out at all. The salmon is perfectly moist, flakey, and seasoned.
I have to really agree. The salmon was very moist compared to pan frying it like last time!
Good and healthy lunch. This is something that I do have to make for myself as not everyone has the same pallet in our house! Nothing I haven’t already said before.
Have a great rest of the work day!
Patricia – Two Girls Cooking Blog