PAN SEARED SEAFOOD PLATE RECIPE

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    darran22
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    INGREDIENTS

    250 gm Salmon fillets
    1 tblsp extra-virgin olive Oil
    Salt and pepper
    Directions
    Heat a large non-stick pan over high with olive Oil. Season Salmon with Salt and pepper. Place skin side down (if using with skin) in pan and reduce heat to medium-low.
    Do not move fillets. Allow to cook about 3~4 minutes or until well cooked.
    Turn fillets and cook about 3~4 minutes more, or until still just barely
    pink in the center.

    METHOD
    Pan Seared Seafood Plate Method / Tarika:

    200 gm prawns
    2 tblsp extra-virgin olive oil
    A pinch of Spanish paprika (optional)
    2 garlic cloves, crushed
    1/2 lemon, sliced thinly
    Salt and freshly ground black pepper
    Directions
    Just combine prawn in a bowl with drizzle of olive oil, the paprika,
    crushed garlic, lemon slices, salt, and pepper. Toss the prawns so they are
    coated with all the good stuff and marinate for 5 minutes. Place a pan over medium-high heat and coat with a tablespoon of olive oil.
    When the oil is hot, take the prawns out of the marinade and toss them into the pan. Saute for 3 minutes on each side until cooked. Avoid over cooking.

    Assembling Plate,
    set saute veggies ( I prefer zucchini, broccoli and capsicum) in plate carefully and set prawn then place salmon and sprinkle crushed black pepper and serve with clice of lemon. Serve immediately.

    #283

    Dronz
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    Recently came across this post and was really interested in making some new dish, so I’ve tried this. And the result is actually nice, I’d like to have this meal course once again. Found some nice explanation over there and in the end ‘A tasty and yummy dish‘ is ready, It’s really good that you’ve posted and it helped me in finding a new recipe. Thank you so much for this post and will be looking for more recipe’s from you,

    Thank you once again.

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