A simple and elegant salmon recipe for St. Patty's day, a Sunday brunch or a super salad.
4Wild-caught Alaskan Salmon fillets
Salt & Fresh Ground Pepper to taste
Juice of 1 lemon
To Prepare Salmon
Rinse and pat salmon dry with a paper towel
Salt and pepper top of salmon fillet
Set salmon aside and make pesto
To make Pesto
Add basil, kale, pine nuts and lemon to food processor, pulse a few times
Add 3 tbsp of olive oil and puree pesto. Add more oil until you reach desired consistency
To Cook Salmon
Heat stainless steel pan on medium-high heat
Melt butter and add oil
When butter bubbles a bit, place salmon fillets skin side down in the pan and cook for 2 minutes
Flip salmon over and cook for another 3 minutes or until salmon is done (top is slightly brown, a little whiteness appears at the sides from the fat, and it gives back a little resistance - but not too much- when pressed with a wooden spoon)
Once salmon is cooked, plate it and top with pesto. Voila!
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