Recently I've been talking a lot about trying to add more fish into my diet, so I decided to not only post about it again, but to show you one of the ways I enjoy making salmon.
But before we get to the fish, let me show you how to make your own garlic herb butter.
Get your chopper out...
And chop up 2-3 cloves garlic.
Now add some fresh parsley and chop.
And finally a little dill and chop.
Put the garlic herb mixture into a bowl and add some butter.
Mix it alllllllll up!
And finally, make it into cute little butter balls!
Now onto the salmon making...
Salmon, Dill, Lemons, Homemade Garlic Herb Butter Balls, Salt and Pepper
Some people leave the skin on one side of the fish, but I choose to remove it before cooking. I've done it both ways, but prefer without any skin. I feel it's less "fishy" this way! Haha.
Remove the skin if you want.
Or leave it on.
It's up to you!
Line a baking sheet with foil and then put a cooling rack on top.
Preheat oven to Broil.
Place salmon on top of cooling rack.
Salt and Pepper salmon.
On top of salmon, put one butter ball and a sprig of dill.
Squeeze lemon over everything.
Broil for 7 minutes, flip and boil 7 more minutes or until done.
If you're a rebel - add more butter and dill after the flip!
I served this with a long grain wild rice mixture and my Garlic Brussel Sprouts.