Baked Salmon Free Style

>> August 30, 2010

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- 2 pcs sliced salmon
- 4-5 Tbsp. all purpose cream
- 1/3 cup water
- 1 Tbsp. finely chopped parsley
- slices of mozarella cheese
- butter
- garlic powder
- salt
- 1 pc lemon

- 300g penne
- 2 tbsp. olive oil
- a pinch of salt
- chili powder

Salmon preparation.
1. Wash the salmon thoroughly.
2. Cut the lemon in half and squeeze the juice on the salmon on both sides. This will remove that pungent fishy smell and taste.
3. Rub it with salt on both sides. Then sprinkle garlic powder on both sides. Set aside.
4. Mix the water and all purpose cream together. Blend it well. Add the parsley.
5. Get an oven friendly dish and pour about 1/2 of your water and cream mixture.
6. Lay the salmon on top of the cream. Pour the remaining cream on top of the salmon.
7. Sprinkle more parsley if you wish.
8. Heat oven to 220C and put the dish inside. Let it cook for about 20mins.
9. When the salmon is nicely cooked, bring it out and put butter on top.
10. Place the mozarella slices on top the salmon and put it back in the oven for another 5 minutes (or just enough time to melt the cheese).

1. Boil penne as how you normally cook pasta.
2. When al dente, drain the pasta and run cold water on it. This will stop the pasta from sticking to each other.
3. Heat a wok with olive oil.
4. Put the pasta and mix it. Sprinkle a little bit of salt. Then sprinkle chili powder. Put as much as you prefer.

Serves 2. Bon Appetit!


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