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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    Salt Crust should be at least one half inch thick The Salmon should not be visible through the salt Ingredients One 5 Pound Whole Salmon 6 Egg Whites more as needed 5 Pounds Salt One Half Cup Cold Water Preheat oven to 400 degrees F Whisk Egg Whites and one half cup cold Water then combine with Salt in a large bowl Use your hands to mix ingredients well The Salt mixture should stay together when pressed between the palms of your hands If it does not add more Egg White Fill oval baking dish about one third full with the Salt Mixture and place Salmon on top Cover the top and sides of the Salmon with remaining Salt mixture smoothing it over with your hands Bake the Salmon for 40 60 minutes After 40 minutes of baking test for doneness with a thermometer Remove Salmon when temperature reaches 125 degrees F Be persistent when breaking through the salt crust to insert the thermometer Allow Salmon to stand approx 15 minutes after removing from oven Serve the Salmon at the table on a large platter Crack the outer crust with a hammer then peel back the salt layer and the

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=634 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    ingredients to Water Cover with foil and bake in 400 degree oven for 30 minutes Allow ten minutes of poaching time for every inch of Salmon s thickness Test for doneness with a knife point in flesh around backbone Salmon is done when flesh is opaque no longer translucent Remove Salmon gently from pan drain and allow it to cool slightly The Salmon will continue to cook after being removed

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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    both sides Cover a large sheet pan with aluminum foil and spread Olive Oil on pan Place Salmon on sheet pan and place in hot oven After 20 minutes check the Salmon If the skin begins to blister reduce oven temperature to 350 degrees F Using thermometer test Salmon for doneness Remove from oven when temperature reaches 130 degrees F Set Salmon aside for about 15 minutes Cover loosely with

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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    the Salmon on the baking pan in the SWIMMING POSITION Curve the tail of the Fish for a more dramatic effect Wrap the Tail and the Head of the Salmon in Buttered sheets of foil To secure the position of the Salmon tuck crinkled pieces of foil under the Belly of the Fish Season the Salmon with Salt and Pepper Pour the Lemon Juice White Wine and Water in the pan Brush the surface of the Salmon with melted Butter Measure the Salmon across at its thickest part Depending on the species a 12 to 14 pound Salmon measures 4 to 5 inches across Bake 12 minutes per inch thickness Baste the Fish occasionally Make sure that the pan juices do not dry out Add more water if necessary When the Salmon is done remove from the oven cover with foil and keep in a warm place A few minutes before serving remove the foil around the Head and Tail of the Salmon Peel away skin on both sides of the Fish If the fish was lying flat on the tray it would be difficult to remove the skin off the bottom Fillet Scrape away the dark fatty layer adhering

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=901 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    make a small incision in the thickest part near the backbone If there is any visible transparency the fish is not done The fish will be opaque when fully cooked Grilled Cole Slaw Ingredients 1 Head Green Cabbage Cored ½ Cup White Vinegar ½ Cup Brown Sugar 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil 1 Tablespoon Cracked Black Pepper Salt to taste Method Cut the head of Cabbage into 6 wedges and place

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=496 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    cup of Orange Marmalade 3 Dashes of Tabasco ¼ Teaspoon Cajun Seasoning 2 Tablespoons Butter 1 ½ Tablespoons Flour 1 Cup Milk 1 Cup Flaked Kippered White King Salmon METHOD Preheat oven to 400 degrees Open up sheet of Puff Pastry and cut along folds to make 3 long rectangles Cut each long rectangle in half to make 6 smaller rectangles Bake on ungreased baking sheet for 15 minutes until golden Cool on a rack Mix together in a small bowl Marmalade Tabasco and Cajun seasoning Set aside Heat Butter in small saucepan over LOW heat until melted Wisk in Flour and continue to cook over LOW heat for 2 3 minutes Add Milk slowly and continue to cook over LOW heat until thickened like gravy Stir in flaked Kippered White King Salmon and remove from heat Split the rectangles of pastry in half divide the Salmon mixture between the six bottom pieces top with the 6 top halves of pastry Drizzle Marmalade over the top of each Napoleon and serve with a little extra on the side Serve over Baby Greens with Sliced Cherry Tomatoes for an elegant dinner This could be served as an appetizer if the pastry

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=804 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    and delicious recipe Salmon Fillets Your Favorite BBQ Sauce Place Salmon Fillets in a Baking dish and coat generously with the BBQ Sauce Bake at 350 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes minimum or until done Compliments Walt Smith S P D Sitka Alaska Alaska Salmon Halibut Fishing Trips Alaska Salmon Halibut Fishing Photos Sitka Alaska Information Fishing Links Site Map Copyright 2016 Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC All rights

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=375 (2016-04-25)
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  • Recipes from Alaskan Reel Affair Charters LLC
    heat Add the Onion and Garlic and cook stirring often until the Onion is soft Stir in the Sugar Salt Cinnamon Cloves and Puree Cook over high heat until a Thick Sauce forms Blend the Lemon Juice Water and Cornstarch together and stir into the Tomato mixture Cook until the mixture boils Nestle the Salmon Steaks into the Sauce cover and cook over medium high heat for about 4 minutes

    Original URL path: http://www.reelaffair.com/recipes_2.asp?todo=Detail&ID=784 (2016-04-25)
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