Roasted Salmon with Wasabi Cream

We made this recipe for a catered supper that we offered up at the Manheim Township Public Library silent auction.  The winner got a dinner for ten catered by us here at Jeff’s Kitchen.  The invaluable cheffing was provided by Ellen, Jen, and Morgan, along with Cheffzilla, who watched over the event while the real MVPs did all the work.  Here is the main course, presented with pride:

Ingredients:baked-salmon-with-white-wine-sauce

2 pounds wild salmon fillets

2 teaspoons kosher salt

6  teaspoons wasabi powder

1 up sour cream

Preparation:

Preheat the oven to 30 degrees.  Sprinkle a large roasting pan with olive oil.  Lay the salmon fillets in the pan with the skin side down.  Spray the top side of the salmon with olive oil and season with salt.  Roast until just cooked through, 20-30 minutes, depending on the thickness of the salmon.

Dissolve the wasabi powder in 8 teaspoons water.  Whisk into the sour cream and season to taste with salt.  Add more wasabi if desired for flavor.

Serve the salmon topped with wasabi sauce and garnished with chopped chives.

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Posted on March 10, 2013, in Herb Garden, Herbs and Spices, Main Dishes, Seafood. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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