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- Print Length: 75 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 3, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008HJ9UL6
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #694,747 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
31 Simple Salmon Recipes! (Tastefully Simple Recipes) Kindle Edition
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Jenny has some wonderful salmon recipes in this book. All of her recipes are simple, easy to prepare, fast and yet elegant. And they all look delicious! As with her chicken cookbook these look to be original family recipes. She has a nice introduction to each recipe which I enjoyed reading. She also includes the servings, prep time and cooking time. She's the only author I've seen who provides cooking temperatures in celcius, farenheit and gas mark. There's also a nice mix of grilled, pan-cooked and oven-cooked recipes.
Some of the recipes that I'll be trying first: Salmon Cooked in an Italian Style Tomato Sauce, Salmon Fish Cakes and Pan-Fried Salmon Fillets with Cheesy New Potatoes. If you like simple, easy and tasty recipes I'd recommend this cookbook by Jenny Collins.
recipes ranging from oven baked, steamed, smoked, kebabs
etc. No matter what your taste is, there is something
Although this book is specific for Salmon recipes,
I don't see any reason why these cannot be adapted
to other types of fish.
Each recipe includes yield, prep time and cooking time.
The intro to the recipes gives a nice insight into the
recipe along with some practical advice and titbits.
Overall, a nicely done book.
A few of the reviews mention that the recipes have ingredients that are not common in a normal pantry, and I agree. But most of the recipes only require one unusual ingredient, and I'm willing to buy it for a change up in a meal.
Many of the unique ingredients are herbs or spices, which the author recommends to buy fresh. I agree with that, Examples are fresh coriander, basil, thyme, dill, chives, ginger, parsley and marjoram.
Other not too common ingredients are Thai curry paste, crème fraîche, jerk seasoning, harissa Moroccan spice, fennel bulb, sherry vinegar, and fresh chervil.
I tried the smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, and it was delicious. I'm going to make the baked salmon strips next.
In time, I will make all of the recipes in the book. These aren't anything you will find on the internet.
Highly recommended for salmon lovers. This book is a keeper.
I loved the Salmon Fish Cakes (I always wanted to learn how to make this) and I made the Salmon Curry for my husband for dinner and he loved it so much he asked me to make it next time his parents visit us. Really happy with this book. Definitely recommend it!
The recipes in this book are quite easy to make, which is great for as aspiring, beginner home chefs. The range of vegetables suggested really suit the recipes. Many kids don't like salmon, however the fish fingers recipe is a great idea to get them to try it. None of the recipes are too outlandish, so people that enjoy salmon should enjoy the bulk of what they find in this book.
My personal favourites were the paprika salmon and the lemon salmon kebabs.
I can't wait the make the Salmon En Croute. I will make it for something special, but this group at my house has to have Turkey for Christmas.
Her children must have very sophisticated palates to have salmon as their favorite fish. I couldn't get mine to even eat fish.
I immediately made one of her wonderful simple recipes. I made the fish cakes and My husband and I really enjoyed them. The nice thing about Jenny's books is that you can usually find what you want to cook already in your freezer or pantry.
Buy this book. You can't go wrong.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A variety of recipes, some more complex than others. Will probably try half of themPublished 18 days ago by Amazon User
Recipe in this book sound delicious. Will be trying a few if I can ever afford the salmon. Hate this # of words requirement. Amazon sucks, now!Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
My family loves to eat salmon, so I figured this would be a great book for some new recipes. The pictures are very colorful & easy to make.. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kindle Customer
Some of the best recipes have very had. There are a few that are easy enough for the kids to makePublished 23 months ago by D. Cooper
Did not find a single recipe I would even try. Most of the ingredients were not readily available in my local grocery store. I think if is geared more to a European market.Published 24 months ago by Susan Leighton
Lot of good ideas. Easy to do. Simple yet eloquent. Best Salmon menses I have seen in one place. Great!Published on March 13, 2013 by Joe White
Salmon is simple - olive oil, garlic & lemon juice; poach or sear. These recipes have ingredients that are not generally in my kitchen.Published on January 19, 2013 by Amazon Customer