Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Fried Salmon With Green Beans


I was playing around in different free online photo editing websites. You can find a bunch of them through Google search engine. I am thinking of creating a post about the ones I use the most often. Maybe explain a little bit about each one.

Created by me under the copy righted name Minipin Pixels
I got my start editing photos when I was creating pixel signature tags in between the births of my teen son and teen daughter. 

Now I alter photos of the food that I eat, new recipes, animals, nature and my family.

Fried Salmon
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1st bowl
1 cup of flour
2 teaspoon lemon pepper
1 teaspoon sea salt
Blend well, set aside

2nd bowl
4 eggs scrambled
Set aside

3rd bowl
1 cup of milk
Set aside

Take one piece of salmon. Dip in 3rd bowl, than in 2nd bowl, than in 1st bowl. make sure it is covered completely with flour. If some parts do not coat. Re-do all three steps. This will not hurt. It will have more of breading on it.

Place in pre-heated frying pan with olive oil.
Fry each side til they are golden brown. Remove and serve.

Tip : If anything is left over in all three bowls. You mix them together and fry them up like pancakes. It will be a fried bread. Do not use to much oil. Otherwise it will not turn out.





12 comments :

  1. Fried salmon sounds interesting. I only have it in the form of Salmon patties. Hubby likes his salmon baked. Thats good too, but you know everything is better fried.

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    1. I liked bakes salmon to. Since, the heating element went out in the stove. I have no way to bake.

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  2. Great minds! I cooked me a salmon filet for dinner tonight but I had a veggie medley with mine. I love any fish, cooked anyways.

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    1. Yes, great minds do think a like. I love fish cooked any way to.

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  3. I love salmon and will have to try this! I like the idea of frying up the left over batter too. No sense of wasting food.

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    1. I do not like wasting food if I can help it. Why pay for something, to only pay to throw it a way?

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  4. I love salmon and will have to try this! I like the idea of frying up the left over batter too. No sense of wasting food.

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  5. I love salmon but I have not tried making a food like this. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I will share it in fb.

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    1. Thank you I fried it. As the heating element went out in the stove. I have not replaced it yet.

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  6. Haven't tried frying salmon yet -sounds great!

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  7. The salmon looks amazing! Unfortunately, this is one of the foods I can't often tolerate. I could eat salmon once a week and not tire of it...

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  8. It looks divine! I love salmon! Thanks so much for sharing.

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