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Copper River Salmon

Updated: Wednesday, February 5 2014, 03:40 PM EST
Servings: 4

4 – 5 Ounces Copper River Salmon
Fillets, Skin on, Cleaned and Trimmed
4 – Tablespoons Kroger Olive Oil
3 – Tablespoons Fresh Chopped Dill
1 – Tablespoon Kroger Kosher Salt
1 – Tablespoon Kroger Ground Black Pepper

Lightly brush your salmon with olive
oil.  Season the salmon lightly with salt
and ground black pepper.  Then, sprinkle
with freshly chopped dill.  In a medium
pre-heated sauté pan add in 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil and evenly coat the
bottom of the pan.  Place the salmon into
the heated and oiled pan flesh side down. 
Sauté the salmon until light Carmel has been achieved, about 3 minutes.  Then flip the salmon over to finish
cooking.  It should be about 2-3 more
minutes for the skin side.

Copper River Salmon

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