The Anonymous Widower

Cooking Salmon The Mary Berry Way

I’m trying to get my B12 levels up and to this end. I decided to cook myself some salmon.

I found this recipe on the BBC web site, that was created by Mary Berry. It’s called baked salmon with parmesan and parsley crust.

Cooking Salmon The Mary Berry Way

Cooking Salmon The Mary Berry Way

I cooked it using two salmon fillets from a pack and substituting a slice of Genius bread for the breadcrumbs, by pulverising it with the parmesan and parsley in my Little Chopper.

I shall be cooking it again as it was good and very tasty.

May 23, 2014 - Posted by | Food | ,

5 Comments »

  1. I like salmon plain, or if I use a large piece or a side I cook it in tin foil with tarragon underneath and on top, with butter, encased and bake for 30 minutes at 180C – very good indeed!

    Comment by Candy Blackham | May 24, 2014 | Reply

    • My late wife used to cook it plain.

      I generally bake white fish with a just a tablespoon of Carluccio’s lemon-flavoured olive oil on the top, I then serve it on a bed of green vegetables. I’ve cooked it for several guests and no-one has turned their nose up at it. It’s so fast too!

      Yesterday, I felt I’d try something different.

      I might try a variant of your recipe, but I always find tin foil and cling film different, due to my damaged left arm.

      Comment by AnonW | May 24, 2014 | Reply

  2. […] Bread to me must do three many jobs; make good toast, edible sandwiches when I travel and also make a good crust for some of the recipes I use like this fish from Mary Berry. […]

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  4. […] cook Mary Berry’s salmon with parmesan crust regularly. If I’ve had one problem, it’s the cream cheese that seems to go mouldy quickly, so I […]

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