I am much more successful when it comes to berry picking! Even fishing! We do love to eat all kinds of fish. We like to catch bass and crappie to fry, trout to smoke, salmon to bake or barbecue, and everything else in between! The other night we had salmon. Now for those of you who don't fish, you might think that salmon is a dinner budget buster. Depending on your other side dishes, salmon can be a deliciously frugal meal. Try pairing it with rice and a salad for minimal cost.
My favorite way to make salmon is so quick and easy, not to mention yummy. To start, simply line a cookie sheet with aluminum foil. This will make clean up a snap. Next place your salmon pieces on the foil. I make cuts across the fish (width) and insert butter (I use Earth Balance to make it dairy free).
Next, I season the fish with salt and pepper. Then I pack brown sugar on top of the fish.
Cover the fish with foil. Bake in a preheated 375 degree oven for approximately 30 minutes. I start checking after twenty minutes because you don't want your fish to be overly done. It dries it out. The fish should flake easily.
Absolutely yummy! I hope you enjoy!