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Pan-Seared Spice-Rubbed Salmon

 

Pan-Seared Spice-Rubbed Salmon

Part of our Fat Loss Meal Plan, this Pan-Seared Spice-Rubbed Salmon has just the right balance of spices to draw out the natural flavors in the Salmon without overpowering.

Pan-Seared Spice-Rubbed Salmon

Searing locks in the juices of the fish, leaving you with a deliciously crunchy exterior, and a moist flaky interior. Serve alongside some fragrant Jasmine rice and fresh steamed veggies to round out this dish.

 

 

Pan-Seared Spice-Rubbed Salmon - A delicious and simple way to prepare your Salmon for a healthy dinner. - Salmon (with or without skin), Black Pepper (fresh cracked), Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Paprika, Lemon, olive oil (extra virgin), In a small bowl, mix together dried ingredients.; Sprinkle ½ dried mixture across the side of the Salmon without skin. ; Heat oil in a pan over medium-high heat until it is warmed but not burning. ; Place filets rubbed-side down in the pan and sear until browned, about 2 minutes.; While the first side is cooking, squeeze the juice of half the lemon over the side of the filets that are facing up (this may be the skin side if your filets are not skinless).; Then sprinkle the remaining dried mixture over the fish as well. ; Once the first side is browned, flip the fish and cook skin-side down until the skin crisps up and the fish is cooked through, about 2-4 minutes longer. ; While the fish finishes cooking, squeeze the juice from the remaining lemon wedge over the tops of the already-browned sides of the fish. ; The fish is done when it flakes easily with a fork and the middle is cooked through. (Internal Temperature should be
140° for safety.)
; - <strong>Calories per serving: 191 Calories, 23 g Protein, 9 g Fat, 4 g Carbs</strong>
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