Fish is a quick meal to put together. I find fish to be one of the harder things for me to get right. I almost always overcook fish. For some reason, only cooking fish for 3 or 4 minutes on each side just doesn’t seem long enough. It is, trust me. I have learned this (or not learned it) the hard way many times. Not all fish dishes cook this quickly, but if the recipe says it, I suggest you stick to it. ( or at least don’t go much past it….. Wait! …that might be how I get into trouble!)
When I was at the grocery store the last time I lingered in the cooking aisle looking at herbs and spices. I came across the Weber series of seasonings. So far I have tried the chicken, steak, and herb and garlic seasonings. All three have been great additions to my spice cabinet. They are high on sodium, in my opinion, so I don’t add salt to the dishes when I use it. Other than that, it is a great way to quickly season a meal that the family will love.
What You need:
2- 6 oz Salmon Filets
2 Tablespoons Roasted Garlic and Herb Seasoning
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
What To Do:
Heat a non-stick pan and add the olive oil. Pat dry the fish and sprinkle with the seasoning. Place the fish season side down in the pan over medium heat and cook for 4 minutes. Flip the fish, cover, and continue to cook for another 4 minutes. ( This time may vary by a minute or 2 depending on the thickness of the fish).