Great on the grill! Magic Salmon Seasoning is a unique blend of carefully selected herbs and spices with subtle accents of dry mustard seeds. These distinct flavors enhance the natural goodness of salmon or any other type of fish, shellfish or seafood. Whether you are grilling, sauteing, baking, or broiling, Chef Paul's Magic Salmon Seasoning adds just the right flavor to any recipe. Chef Paul's Suggested Uses: Use Magic Salmon Seasoning as a sprinkle-on for: salads, vegetables, soups, popcorn, potato chips, rice, eggs and pasta. Additional Hint: Use instead of salt and pepper in your favorite tuna salad recipe. No MSG. No preservatives. Gluten free. www.chefpaul.com. Product of USA.
Magic Seasoning Blends
7 oz (198 g) x 6
about 220 per pack
Chef Paul's Suggested Recipe: Magic Baked Salmon: Makes 1 serving. 1 salmon fillet (about 6 oz), skinless; 2 tsps Chef Paul Prudhomme's Magic Salmon Seasoning; unsalted butter, melted or oil. Oven Preparation: Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Brush top and sides of the salmon fillets with melted butter. Lightly brush a small sheet pan with melted butter. Season top and sides of salmon fillet with Magic Salmon Seasoning. (If the fillet is thick, use a little more Magic Salmon Seasoning). Press seasoning in gently. Place the fillet on sheet pan and bake until top is golden brown and fillet is just cooked through, about 4-6 minutes (135-140 degrees F inside temperature). Serve immediately. Do not over cook. Microwave Preparation: Place Magic Salmon Seasoning on a plate and lightly roll salmon fillet in the seasoning until all sides are covered and all seasoning has been applied. Place the fillet, flat side down, on a microwave safe plate. Place the fillet in the microwave and cook until the temperature in the thickest part of the fillet reaches 135-140 degrees F, about 3 to 3-1/2 minutes. Note: Ovens and microwaves vary considerably in power, and the size, shape and temperature of the fillet can affect the cooking time; so, it's best to use the temperature as a guide instead of the cooking time. Use a reliable thermometer. When cooking on a grill with top down, either wrap salmon in foil or cook in a metal pie (or similar) pan until the fillet is soft and pink inside (135-140 degrees F).
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