First off, I'm a vegetarian. In fact, near vegan for over 20 years. For the past few years, I've been having a lot of health issues and have become convinced I need to start getting meat back into my diet. Even back when I used to eat meat, I did not care for seafood. But, trying to improve my health, I'm starting off slow, trying to eat 1 an per day and 2 oz of some kind of free range meat. So I went out and purchased about a pound of wild caught salmon and looked for a recipe for it and found this one. I read other reviews and cut the oil back to 2 Tablespoons. A full teaspoon of salt seemed like a lot, so I cut that to 1/2 teaspoon. While I'm never going to love seafood, this recipe was good enough that I ate a little over my goal (2.5 ounces of the fish) and instead of just giving all of the remaining fish to my husband to eat, I put aside another 2.5 ounces to eat later this week. Thanks for a good recipe that made eating fish palatable for me. I was initially worried that it was way too much garlic, but it wound up being just perfect. My husband hasn't tried this yet, or else I'd let you know what his opinion is as well (although he loves fish and meat, so can't imagine he would have anything negative to say).
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First off, I'm a vegetarian. In fact, near vegan for over 20 years. For the past few years,...