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Broiled Pacific Salmon Filet

Although salmon is often recommended as part of a healthy diet, there’s an ongoing debate about whether farmed or wild is best to eat, and whether one type in particular may actually be dangerous. … The American Heart Association recommends eating at least two 3.5-ounce servings of fatty fish like salmon every week.

Ingredients

Your Fish Filets
Earp’s Western Steak and Dinner Sauce

Instructions

Procedures: Rule of thumb at the Earp’s home… Never, never cook fish… Threaten it! Total broiling time for 1″ thick filets should be about 10 minutes. (ours is a gas boiler)
Preheat broiler. Pat dry salmon filets and cut into serving portions. Place onto a broiling try that has been coated with butter, skin side down. Drizzle additional butter over fish, salt and pepper if you wish.

Place under broiler for 5 minutes. Turn filets over and broil for an additional 3-4 minutes. Test with a fork for doneness. Just before fish is completely “threatened” brush on a coating of Earp’s sauce.

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