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Simple Boiled Salmon Cooking Recipe

Below is the quick and easy cooking recipe for Boiled Salmon.

Put on a fish-kettle, with spring water enough to well cover the salmon you are going to dress, or the salmon will neither look nor taste well (boil the liver in a separate saucepan). When the water boils put in a handful of salt, take off the scum as soon as it rises; have the fish well washed, put it in, and if it is thick, let it boil very gently. Salmon requires as much boiling as meat. About a quarter of an hour to a pound of meat; but practice can only perfect the cook in dressing salmon.

A quarter of a salmon will take as long boiling as half a one. You must consider the thickness, not the w8.

3Obs. The thinnest part of the fish is the fattest, and if you have a “grand gourmand”. At table, ask him if he is for thick or thin.

Lobster sauce and rye bread should be eaten with boiled salmon.


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