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Salmon on the stove top? :(

Salmon on the stove top? :(

Howdy!! Do you know of a creative way to prepare salmon without the microwave or oven? I still only have a working stove top … the oven still doesn’t work and no resolution has been offered yet. We have to be out of here on 24 days anyway so WTF?? It would be nice to cook but probably not worth the trouble it would take to get it working huh?

N is working late tonight because of “Super Tuesday”, I guess people want coverage on that?!? LOL, so I am alone for dinner tonight. Oh, we voted today, did you?

Thank goodness it’s not snowing today although we did have a delayed schedule at school today.. We were buried yesterday and had much digging out to do today. I also think I am getting a cold sore, it’s not a surprise. The last two weeks have been killer. Oh, and I need to update my wordpress files again.. Another update has been released. Lots of random thoughts huh? Thanks for listening to me ramble…

Well, now I need to figure out how to cook myself a salmon fillet without the oven. I tried frying it once, it stuck to the pan and didn’t cook all the way through. Any ideas?

6 Comments
  • Poaching? And, you can fry it if you oil it first, then place it on top of a few veggies, or tomatoes and dill.

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    February 5, 2008 at 11:21 pm
  • Try cooking it in melted butter (a good amount). Keep the heat low, and put a lid on it. This way it will also steam. If you use a good amount of butter it won’t absorb enough to stick. You may also try removing the skin first, in my experience with salmon its generally the skin that likes to stick.

    Marie’s last blog post..Nomen Est Omen*

    February 5, 2008 at 11:59 pm
  • Oh man! A year ago we were completely without a range while we remodeled our kitchen and we lived DAILY using our GeorgeForeman (knock off) grill. I wouldn’t even know where to begin, trying to not destroy salmon cooking it on the stovetop. But witchypoo’s suggestion sounds super yummy!

    Hyphen Mama’s last blog post..Every Girl Needs a Playhouse—Part 3

    February 6, 2008 at 4:03 pm
  • teeni
    Reply

    A toaster oven is something good to invest in because it is cheap enough and can be used to cook your salmon. In the future when you have a working fullsize oven you can still use the toaster oven to cook other items at different temperatures than what you have in the fullsize oven. Or you can use it instead of heating up your whole kitchen with the larger oven. Otherwise I like Hyphen Mama’s suggestion – Foreman grills are great too!

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    February 7, 2008 at 12:51 am
  • pamjpamj
    Reply

    Try this recipe, except use salmon instead of tuna.
    http://www.thecookingguy.com/cookbook/recipe.php?id=302
    It’s one of my favorite. The Walmart salmon tastes soooo good cooked this way. Also, use low-fat mayo.

    April 4, 2009 at 3:59 am
  • I have also a recipe for your salmon ! Let us visit here at http://howtocooksalmon.korocook.com/2010/07/how-to-salmon-stove.html so we can read there instructions on how to cook salmon ! 🙂

    July 13, 2012 at 12:18 am

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