Friday, April 16, 2010

From the Kitchen of Sara Moulton

Do you watch GMA (Good Morning America)?

Around here it is on every morning and has been a morning tradition for many, many, years.

If you know me, well maybe some of you are just getting to know me, I LOVE SALMON! Unfortunately we can't buy it at the grocery store due to the dye added. Yep, I have an alergic reaction and have ended us in the hospital a couple of time because of it. So when we want salmon, hubby will call up to Washington state and order in a fresh caught, that morning salmon and have it shipped down. Now our son is dating a young lady who works at a health food store and she can get fresh salmon as well. For easter dinner with them, they made a wonderful recipe (sorry I forgot to take a picture of it) with grilled salmon untop of a puff pastry with pesto sauce. YUMMY!

So this morning, Sara Moulton demonstrated how to make this. Next time we get a salmon I would love to make it like this. Doesn't it just look so yummy!

Roasted Salmon with Hot Mustard Cracker Topping

Sara Moulton's Five-Ingredient Salmon


1/3 cup sour cream (You can use yogurt instead)
1 1/2 teaspoons prepared English mustard (preferably Colman's)
1/2 teaspoon packed light brown sugar
35 to 40 wasabi rice crackers
Four 6-ounce pieces center-cut salmon fillet, skin removed
Kosher salt

Cooking Directions

Preheat the oven to 400°F.

Combine the sour cream, mustard, and brown sugar. Coarsely crush the rice crackers (about 1 cup).

Season the salmon on all sides with salt. Arrange the pieces in one layer in a shallow baking pan, skinned side down.

Spread the top of each piece with the sour cream mixture and top with some of the crushed crackers.

Bake the salmon for 10 to 12 minutes, or until barely cooked through, and serve right away.

Courtesy "Sara Moulton Everyday Family Dinners"

I am not a sour cream  lover but hope I can swallow how it is used in this recipe. If ever i make this yummy dish, I will surely share it.

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