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Quick Crispy Skin Salmon And Potatoes

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This easy, healthy fish and chip recipe with crispy skinned salmon tastes great and is on the table in 15 minutes.

Salmon is full of omega-3 essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, and is great for brain, heart and joint health. I leave the potato skins on for added fibre and potassium.

This recipe is gluten and lactose free, low FODMAP and is a great way to include this delicious and nutritious fish into your diet. Serve the salmon and potatoes with a fresh salad and sliced lemon for a healthy and delicious meal. Enjoy!



Crispy Skin Salmon And Chips
Crispy skin salmon - healthy, delicious and home cooked


Preparation Time: 1 minute
Cooking Time: 14 minutes
Serves: 2

Ingredients
2 salmon fillets, skin on
Olive oil
Salt and pepper
2 medium potatoes, skin on
Cayenne pepper (optional)

To serve
Salad
Slices of lemon

You will need
Two frypans, one with a lid
Tongs to turn the potatoes over
Spatula
Bowl

Method
Preheat two frypans on high until hot.
Use a fork to poke holes all around the surface of the potatoes. Place in the microwave on high for 2 minutes. Alternatively simmer the potatoes in boiling water for 10 minutes until soft.



Crispy Skin Salmon And Chips
Poking holes in the potatoes allows them to cook


Drizzle olive oil on the salmon skin and rub to coat. The amount of oil will depend on the size and shape of the salmon. I used about 1/2 teaspoon on these two salmon skins.
Lightly sprinkle salt on the skin.



Crispy Skin Salmon And Chips
The oil and salt will make the skin crispy


Place the salmon, skin side down, in the frying pan and cook for 1 minute. Place a spatula on the ends to flatten if they start to lift.



Crispy Skin Salmon And Chips
Cook the salmon skin side down


Reduce the heat on the salmon to medium, cover with a lid and cook for 9 - 10 minutes.
Turn the potatoes over and cook for 2 minutes.
Cut the potatoes into cubes or wedges, place in a bowl, drizzle 1 teaspoon oil, season with salt, pepper, cayenne pepper and toss to combine.
Transfer the potatoes to the second frypan on high, stirring occasionally until brown.
Use a spatula to lift the salmon to check that the skin is crisp to your liking. Take care not to break the skin. Cook for an addition minute on high, if required.
Serve the salmon skin side up with a salad and slices of lemon. Enjoy.

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