Kettle Chip Crusted Sockeye SalmonKettle Chip Crusted Sockeye Salmon
Kettle Chip Crusted Sockeye Salmon
Kettle Chip Crusted Sockeye Salmon
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Recipe - Choices Market South Surrey
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Kettle Chip Crusted Sockeye Salmon
Prep Time10 Minutes
Servings4
Cook Time25 Minutes
Ingredients
sockeye salmon filet
Kettle salt and pepper krinkle cut chips
lemon
fresh dill
olive oil
Directions

1. Preheat the oven to 400°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Lay the salmon skin side down in the centre of the baking sheet. Season it lightly with salt and pepper.

 

2. In a bowl, crush the Kettle Brand potato chips and add lemon zest and dill. Mix until the chips resemble coarse crumbs. Mix in 1to 2 tablespoons of oil until incorporated.

 

3. Coat the salmon with a thin even layer of the crumb mixture. Pat them on the fish gently so they stay put. Bake the fish for about 20 to 25 minutes or until the chip coating is nicely browned.

 

4. Using 2 spatulas, transfer the salmon to a serving platter. Be sure to place the spatulas at either end of the salmon so that it transfers all in one piece. Serve immediately.

10 minutes
Prep Time
25 minutes
Cook Time
4
Servings

Shop Ingredients

Makes 4 servings
sockeye salmon filet
Salmon - Fillet Sockeye Wild Previously Frozen
Salmon - Fillet Sockeye Wild Previously Frozen, 150 Gram
30% off
$5.69 avg/ea was $8.10 avg/ea$3.79/100g
Kettle salt and pepper krinkle cut chips
Not Available
lemon
Lemons - Organic
Lemons - Organic, 1 Each
$1.48
fresh dill
Roots Organic - Herbs Baby Dill Fresh Organic
Roots Organic - Herbs Baby Dill Fresh Organic, 1 Each
$3.28
olive oil
Earths Choice - Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Earths Choice - Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 500 Millilitre
$20.99$4.20/100ml

Directions

1. Preheat the oven to 400°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Lay the salmon skin side down in the centre of the baking sheet. Season it lightly with salt and pepper.

 

2. In a bowl, crush the Kettle Brand potato chips and add lemon zest and dill. Mix until the chips resemble coarse crumbs. Mix in 1to 2 tablespoons of oil until incorporated.

 

3. Coat the salmon with a thin even layer of the crumb mixture. Pat them on the fish gently so they stay put. Bake the fish for about 20 to 25 minutes or until the chip coating is nicely browned.

 

4. Using 2 spatulas, transfer the salmon to a serving platter. Be sure to place the spatulas at either end of the salmon so that it transfers all in one piece. Serve immediately.

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