We love salmon, fresh, wild caught, and eat it at least once a week. I've fixed salmon like this from time to time. It always is good. Because we don't like dijon mustard, and use either yellow mustard or hawaiian mustard. Fish needs to be cooked according to the size of the fish. The tail end will be much thinner than a center cut slice will be and will cook much faster. The tail end is also more flavorful. Check your fish often. It can become overcooked and dry very quickly. It should be moist when it's done and flake easily. Delicious recipe. Thanks for sharing. Oh, a little bit of breadcrumbs, or hazel nuts or other finely ground nuts is good sprinkled on the top.
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We love salmon, fresh, wild caught, and eat it at least once a week. I've fixed salmon like...