Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Parmesan Pretzel Coconut Salmon with Cilantro Coconut Curry Red Potatoes

Parmigiano Pretzel Coconut Salmon with Cilantro Coconut Curry Red Potatoes

This Super Sexy sounding dish Is super easy to make and so so so DELICIOSO to eat!!!! Keep reading ill take your taste buds on a little tour! 



1 piece of Frozen Salmon (Trader Joe's has very nice Wild Alaskan Salmon)

4 red potatoes

1 ounce of Cilantro (just a couple of stems will do)

1 garlic clove

2 tsp EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil)

1 tsp Parmesan Cheese 

1 tsp flour (any flour will do)

2- 1/3 ounce portions of Unsweenten Coconut Milk

4 pieces of Sourdough Pretzel

1 tsp Curry x2

1 tsp ginger

1 lime

Sea salt and Pepper to taste



Turn oven on to 375 degrees. 

Wash your 4 red potatoes and place them on your cutting board.


Using your  Chef Knife you want to cut your potatoes into cubes... Cut the potato in half then in 1/4 and so on and so forth till your get them to your desired size.


Then ruff chop your cilantro and place in a large bowl with your potatoes. Add 1 tsp of olive oil, garlic, salt, pepper, lime juice and curry mix well with a wooden spoon. (Wooden or plastic spoons dont scracth your bowls)



 Spray a cookie sheet or Pizza pan like i use with some EVOO to prevent potatoes from sticking to the pan. 



Bake for about 45 to 60 minutes or until potatoes are cooked. You should be able to stick a fork thru the potatoes when cooked. Meanwhile as your potatoes cook...


In a deep bowl Mix the flour,  1/3 coconut milk, curry, salt, pepper and ginger to make a nice liquid.


 Take your Salmon Fillet an dunk it in the liquid.


In another bowl mix your pretzel and Parm with a little curry and crush the ingredients till you get a nice crumb look to it. I liked mine a little bigger, but to each its on. :)


grab the soaked salmon and cover with pretzel pieces. 


Place on spayed cooking sheet and bake on 375 for about 20 minutes. 


By this time your potatoes should be half way cooked with about 15 minutes or so left. perfect time to pop the salmon in on the second rack. 


In the same bowl you mix your first milk bath... you want to mix the rest of your milk, ginger, salt, pepper, and curry and combine. Adding your cooked and steaming potatoes to the mix.


taste and if the salt level is how you like it... you are ready to plate. Place some potatoes on your plate then placing your crusted salmon on top. Place a couple of wedges of lemon or lime on the plate if desire and Enjoy!!! 


Thank you for reading... From my kitchen to yours!!!! Bear HugZ!!! and Happy Eating!


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