I have some frozen salmon and have never cooked salmon before. What are some favorite recipes or styles for cooking it? I have also heard that it can be a little bit more tricky. How do you not overcook it? I'd appreciate any tips!
I hate frozen salmon, but as far as I know you can cook it like fresh? I cook salmon fillets in our toaster oven at 375 for about 13 minutes and I spread Dijon mustard on top of them before popping them in the oven.
You can cook them on a pan on the stove, you can poach them in wine and soup stock... it just depends on your taste preferences.
I used to use a thermometer to make sure I didn't overcook salmon, but after eating salmon for years, I know when they are done. If the fillets you have are on the thinner side, it will take less time to cook than a thicker fillet.