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Garlic Salmon
Salmon Fried in Garlic Oil
2- 6 oz salmon steaks,
5 Tbls. olive oil
2-toes garlic
Your favorite fish seasonings, and/or marinate(1 hour in Refrigator)

Sauce:
1- 4oz. can mushroms, pices n' stems
1/2 stick butter
1 Tbls. dried parsley
1/4 cup rhine or chablis wine
Louisiana Hot Sauce(Optional)

 

From the Belile Estate Kitchens'

What you do!

Get you a non-stick skillet, or a good-seasoned iron skillet. Put them oil in them pan, light them fire, Medium heat. Smash them toes of garlic with skin on, and throw 'em into the oil. As they begin to cook, stir up them oil to get them garlic taste all around. Now, place them salmon steak, dusted on both sides with your seasoning, into the oil, carefully so as not to splash them hot oil on the dog and fry about 3 minutes on one side, turn them over and fry until them flesh is white n' flakey clear through.
Note* Do not, REPEAT, do not over cook, it will be like rubber, Sash!

Remove from the pan, pat dry with a paper towel, set aside.

Sauce:
Melt the butter in a small pan, add them mushrooms and lightly brown, then stir in them parsley, raise the heat, and light up your life and the sauce with them wine. (Add some Louisiana Hot Sauce ifn' you like it real spicey). Boil rapidly until the alcohol is evaporated, stir some more. Put into finger bowls, dip them fish before tossing into the mouth. Is good for sure
Bon Appetite!

Preparation Time: 10 minutes Serves: 2
Recipe Origin: United States
Submitted by:
Fireflly
Alabama
United States
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