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This appetizer is perfect with a glass of white wine!

Panfried Salmon

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New menu which has been invested just tonight!

For 4~5 people

6 slices of any kind of salmon ( I had wild atlantic king)

4 avocados

a half cut of  lime

garlic salt

1/8 of onion

half cup of mayonnaise

2 tea spoons of soy sauce

crashed sesame seed

sliced almonds


Heat the big pan which has been filled with virgin olive oil and add sliced almonds when the oil gets hot enough to fry slice almonds. ( don’t wait too long until oil gets too hot because you might burn slice almonds even just for 5 mins..)

Take sliced almonds out after 10 seconds. (once they look light brown.)

Cut salmon as 1/3 size of one slice. Add some garlic salt. Put cut salmon into panko and fry in fresh virgin olive oil until they get nice light brown as showing in the photo.

(Sauce 1) Peel avocado, take a seed out, cut good size and put them into the food processor with 1/8 of small onion. After you make them very smooth, add garlic salt and liquid of 1/4 of lime.

(Sauce 2) Mix half cup of mayonnaise, 2 tea-spoon of soy sauce and crushed sesame.

Serve them with some mix spring salad as you see in my photo! Don’t forget to add fried sliced almonds for topping!!

It is light and crispy and you can enjoy with completely different 2 sauces but it tastes so good with 2 sauces at the same time as well. Great balance of menu with healthy foods!

Great dish for weekday dinner. Quick, yummy and healthy!


~~Healthy ingredients for this dish~~(if you have nuts allergy, I am sorry..but you can still cook without them! I am sure it’s still good!)

sesame–High amount of protein, dietary fiber, rich vitamins B and the dietary minerals manganese magnesium, calcium, iron and zinc.

almond–Rich course of the B vitamins riboflavin, niacin, vitamin E and the essential minerals calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus and zinc. They are also rich in dietary fiber, monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats, fats which potentially may lower LDL cholesterol.

avocado–The most abundant nutrients such as vitamin K, folate,vitamin C, potassium, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, vitamin E   then it contains small amount of magnesium, manganese, copper iron, zinc,phosphorous, vitamin A, B1, B2 and B3. Avocados do not contain any cholesterol or sodium, and  are low in saturated fat.

Also avocados contain more potassium than bananas and potassium is a nutrient that most people aren’t getting enough of.This nutrient helps maintain electrical gradients in the body’s cells and serves various important functions. Eating avocados can lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Then avocado is loaded with heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids. The majority of the fat in avocado is oleic acid. Oleic acid has been linked to reduced inflammation and been   shown to have beneficial effect on genes linked cancer.

salmon–The fish’s high protein, high omega-3 fatty acids and high vitamin D content. Salmon is also a source of cholesterol. You might want to be aware of that farmed salmon may contain high levels of dioxins PCB levels may be up to eight times higher in farmed salmon than in wild salmon but still well below levels considered dangerous.