Awesomely delicious and awesomely easy salmon spread using wild-caught salmon (sockeye salmon).
Why wild caught? Because Alantic salmon is just a fancy word for farmed salmon. Have you ever seen a salmon farm? They are packed into their tanks so tight and the end up eating each other’s poop and decaying bodies of other salmon along with a staple diet of GMO pellets. Yuck. What kind of quality flesh can develop in those conditions? Well sea lice for one.
Anyway, I digress! Back to the recipe!!
The Ingredients ~
Wild caught sockeye salmon fillet
Grainy mustard or dijon (I used grainy)
Minced red onion
Cook the fillet on a skillet. Over medium heat, lay down some coconut oil (or whatever oil you use to prevent sticking) and place fillet top down (skin side up) for about 2 minutes. Flip fillet over so it is now skin down, cover with pot lid and turn heat down. This creates a mini oven. Let this cook for 4-5 minutes depending on the thickness of your fillet. Put on a plate and remove skin and shred fillet with fork. Salmon is fully cooked when it flakes easily.
Then just mix in everything to taste! Yummerssss! Super easy, delicious and healthy!
I had this for lunch on one of my wonderful homemade organic baguettes.
~with love, ChelseyP