Some people despise salmon. They’re so grossed out by it, a whiff makes a mini panic attack arise. They think it’s too overpowering in its fishy taste.
I am not one of these people. I eat salmon several times per week but honestly, I would eat it three times per day if it wouldn’t cost like $600/month to do so. What a buzzkill. My favorite way to eat it is simply seared with a crust that could shatter into a million pieces, with salt & ghee. Most people aren’t such purists, especially not the salmon haters, which is why this recipe exists.
The flavors of honey, mustard, dried plums, almonds, and thyme become the stickiest of the ickiest sauce, yelling with flavor. It doesn’t necessarily diminish salmon’s quintessential fishy taste, but rather turns its volume down it as it harmonizes with the fish’s inherent flavor.
It’s as easy as mixing a couple ingredients together, then pouring it over the salmon and baking.
It might even turn you into a lover than a hater.
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