söndag 28 mars 2010

Oven Baked Salmon With Cream Cheese

Take out serving size, about 125g, salmon bites out of your freezer - and if you don't have serving sized- , and instead you have bigger bites, you have probably made the right choice as serving size salmon bites are very expensive. You put these bites on a plate that you place in your fridge to let the salmon bites melt. If your salmon isn't split into serving sized bites you just cut it that way.

This recipe will, by the way, be a two-in-one; two different ways of preparing salmon.

Accompanying the salmon will be a scramble of cottage/cream cheese, garlic and herbs (if you like scrambles this recipe will be awesome for you.

100g cream cheese
2 slices garlic
2table spoons mixed herbs

Mix the ingredients thoroughly and taste with salt and pepper. Spread a part of it on one of the salmon bites and save the rest for the serving later.

The other salmon bite I spice with salt, pepper and lemon pepper.

Put the pieces of salmon in a ovenproof dish that has been slightly oiled, and put it in the oven for 20minutes on 200C. If you're unsure whether this time was enough, split the salmon with a fork to see if it is finished; if it looks raw put it in for another however many minutes you think will do for it to look lackluster pink, which it does as it's ready. Make the evaluation of the time needed carefully though, as salmon gets really dry if it's in the oven for too long a time.

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