Your last night salmon after hours of keeping on the fridge still taste amazing. Salmon are a good source of protein and omega 3 fatty acids. It got the good stuff. They are good for you, good for the kids and it is especially good for everybody else.
This is highly technical and very challenging that you should pay attention to if you are a dedicated housewife (I am just kidding). Of course, how to reheat salmon is simpler than learning ABC. All you need is your ever-dependable microwave and your test subject, the Salmon. Follow these simple steps and you are on your way to becoming the best Salmon re-heater on the planet!
So, what are the steps to reheat salmon?
- Put your last night Salmon in a microwave-safe bowl
- Place a paper towel on the lid to prevent moisture from escaping and to distribute heat evenly
- If you have a dry Salmon recipe (meaning you didn’t cook it with a sauce), add a bit of water, lemon, sauce or a broth so that it won’t dry out.
- Set your microwave to low settings, around 30% and it will do
- After 30 seconds, remove it from the microwave
- Flip it on the other side and reheat that side for around 30 seconds.
- You’re done. Nothing fancy.
How to reheat salmon without a microwave?
If you don’t have a microwave, you can use your oven instead and still get the results that you are expecting. Using an oven instead of a microwave may take a bit longer because you can’t just simply plug it and place the salmon inside, it would take you a couple of minutes to pre-heat your oven before you have to place your Salmon inside it, But still, you will get the same results.
- You need to preheat or set you oven temperature to 275oF
- Squeeze a bit of lemon, and rub a small amount of olive oil to prevent it from drying
- Fold a piece of foil, do not do it tightly to avoid deforming the Salmon
- Put the salmon on a tray
- Bake it for around for 15 minutes
- Check from time to time, if it is not yet done you may need to extend an additional 5 minutes to ensure that your salmon is cooked to perfection.
- Enjoy and serve it a big smile.
DO NOT BE AFRAID TO TRY
Having burnt food, or an overcooked one to an undercooked menu is something that has been a common experience of housewives all around the world, you are not the only one. You need to continually practice and perform at your best in order to gain the highest level of proficiency in everything that you are going to do. Being a housewife for the first few days is challenging and somehow difficult but you only need to be confident with your abilities and you will pass the test with flying colors.
Use your kitchen items and equipment regularly and you will soon appreciate that everything you have in your kitchen is your number one best friend.