Sockeye wild caught salmon, also referred to as red salmon, is delicious almost any way you prepare it. Whether you opt for fried salmon, grilled salmon, or baked salmon recipes, this wonderful seafood can be prepared in a variety of ways that brings delight to the taste buds. At The Gypsy Fish Company, we are your source for the ideal Wild-Caught Sockeye Salmon you need to create healthy and delicious recipes and weeknight dinners for you, your loved ones, and your friends.
Although there are more steps involved in the preparing and cooking of fresh salmon than provided below, we are offering some general wild caught salmon recipe ideas for preparing this wonderful fish from the Alaskan waters. Feel free to explore in greater depth the possibilities these ideas inspire:
Creamy Garlic Tuscan Flavored Salmon
With salmon cooked perfectly in a creamy garlic-flavored parmesan sauce and sprinkled with spinach and sundried tomatoes, you will have a dish that appeals to the salmon enthusiasts in your family.
Cream Spinach Stuffed Salmon
This dish has the salmon filet stuffed with a garlic flavored creaming spinach filling, covered in garlic butter sauce – a delightful treat.
Baked Cajun Salmon
Salmon topped with a variety of Cajun flavors are sure to make the taste buds water. Season with salt and enjoy.
Lemon Garlic Salmon
Salmon topped with lemon juice, sea salt, garlic cloves, and other spices makes for a delicious meal. Don't forget extra lemon wedges on the side!
Hot Honey Broiled Salmon
With a touch of garlic, honey, and mild or hot chili sauce over your Alaskan Salmon, this recipe includes the ideal mixture of spicy and sweet drizzled over this baked salmon filet.
Maple Glaze Salmon
This wild salmon dish will make a splash with a delicious combination of Canadian maple syrup, chili powder, and a touch of spicy paprika spread over your wild caught salmon fillet.
Roasted Wild Caught Salmon
Simply use olive oil, salt, and pepper to season the filet and roast it in the oven for a cooking time of 11 to 15 minutes. Enjoy your baked salmon as an easy weeknight dinner.
There are many more ways to prepare wild caught salmon for a healthy dinner than those mentioned above. Just remember, when cooking salmon recipes, the FDA recommends that the fish be cooked to 145 degrees internal temperature for safe eating. These ideas just give you a small taste of what is possible to bring out the natural flavor of cooked salmon. Let these ideas inspire you to explore in greater detail all the mouth-watering possibilities that sockeye wild caught salmon affords, and you'll find your favorite recipe in no time.
To learn about the wild caught salmon from Alaska we offer and how you can have it in your home to make delicious, healthy meals like those mentioned above, call us today at 831.297.3060.