My grandfather was an avid fisherman and this is the recipe that my grandmother used to cook up his salmon catch. My grandparents used to be hunting guides and would feed this fish recipe to the hunters. It was always a camp favorite. I had some slamon in my freezer from Zaycon so I was excited to try out this recipe again!
It does not take very many ingredients to make a tasty salmon. Hopefully you already have all of these in your pantry.
Start by drizzling with soy sauce
Sprinkle with a layer of lemon pepper
Sprinkle with a layer of seasoning salt. I used Johnny’s we have also used Lawrys.
Spread a thin layer of miracle whip over the top.
Be sure that you have put a layer of foil down for easy clean up. Now it is ready to broil. Place it in your oven on the top rack and broil on low-med for 15-20 minutes. Or bake for 10-15 at 350º. How do you know when Salmon is done? Look for a change in color from a translucent bright pink to a more opaque whiter pink. When it’s somewhat firm to the touch, pull it out. Feel the salmon when its raw, and you should be able to see the texture of it, when its cooked its not soft and spongy anymore, its firm, but still has some give to it. Test it with a fork and it should be flaky and easy to open. If your fork comes out wet keep baking.