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You’ve never had a salmon recipe like this! Savory salmon with brown butter almond sauce is an under 30 minute quick dinner recipe that fits keto, paleo, low carb and Whole30 diet plans. You may also like our chili lime tilapia.
I’ve been trying to add more fish into our diet. Fish is one healthier food that the kids don’t mind, so I need to take advantage of that and cook up some new recipes! Salmon is one of the best fishes you can eat. It’s high in protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Packed with vitamins and minerals, salmon really is a super food!
What I love about this salmon recipe is the unique flavor combination. You have the fish flavor, but then you wrap it in prosciutto prior to pan frying so all of the prosciutto flavors infuse into the salmon. Add the almond butter sauce you really have a multi-dimensional flavored fish!
Salmon is easy to cook. The key is that you don’t want to overcook salmon. Here’s the trick for knowing when the salmon is done. Heat the butter in the skillet over medium heat. Place the wrapped salmon fillet in the hot skillet and allow it to cook for 2-4 minutes. Watch the side of the salmon fillet. When the salmon is ready to flip, it will be white or light pink about half way up the side of the salmon. The exact time will depend on how thick your salmon fillet is, so watch it closely.
Flip the salmon and finish cooking. The fillet should flake apart easily when it is done. Be careful not to overcook the salmon.
This brown butter almond sauce is so easy to make. After the fish is done cooking, add two tablespoons of butter and almonds to the hot skillet. Cook and stir for about 5 minutes until the butter and almonds start to brown. Once the brown butter sauce is done, simply drizzle it over the fish and serve. Mmm… so savory!
We serve this salmon with a side salad or steamed vegetables. Our Christmas green beans would be a perfect healthy side dish to go with this fish!
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