How To Pan Sear Salmon
When it comes to salmon, pan searing each fillet is often a good choice. By using this method you get the best of both worlds, a great crisp crunch on the outside and a deliciously tender inside that falls apart as soon as you dig your fork in. It’s also a really convenient way of preparing salmon, without having to struggle with lighting charcoal for the grill or the tendency to overcook in the oven. When you pan sear salmon, you can watch as each little bit of the salmon turns from a bright pink to a lovely, light pink so undercooking or overcooking is much easier to control. If you have any questions of whether or not the inside is down, make sure to keep your handy meat thermometer on hand! Otherwise, season to your liking (we recommend a little salt and pepper and some dill) and enjoy some delicious pan seared salmon.
In this online culinary course, we teach you how to pan sear salmon. Make a dinner out of it by pairing it with a lovely salad or some delicious, oven-roasted potatoes for a healthy and hearty meal.