Earl Grey SalmonFrom auntybea 9 years ago
How to make it
- Steep the tea in the boiling water for 10 minutes.
- Strain half of the tea leaves into a marinating container of some sort (with lid is great) and place the salmon pieces on top of the tea leaves.
- Strain the other half of the tea leaves on top of the salmon pieces.
- Spoon about 6 tbsps. of the steeped tea into the marinating container and cover.
- Marinate in the fridge for about 6 hours, turning the salmon pieces once or twice.
- The salmon can then be seasoned with salt and pepper and grilled, broiled or pan fried. A 6-ounce salmon fillet takes approximately 3 minutes per side to cook; a steak takes less than that, so watch carefully and don't overcook. It is cooked when it is no longer transparent in the middle.
- Serve with fresh lemon wedges. Anything else would mask the subtle flavour of the tea.
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The Cookauntybea Vernon, Canada
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Sounds great.chihuahua in Sonoma County loved it
Looks wonderful!bluewaterandsand in GAFFNEY loved it
Sounds great! I've got a lovely salmon filet in the freezer right now that I was just wondering what to do with -- and I DO have some Earl Grey tea as well! I simply MUST try this soon, sounds heavenly!waterlily in Joplin loved it