Dinner in 10 Minutes – Mustard Crusted Salmon
Spring and summer are great seasons to make lighter dinners and start getting into salads again. I, for one, can’t stand a salad in the winter, but a few days of warm sunshine and I’m crazy about them all over again. So I’m getting ready for the fresh seasons again with my old stand-by recipe of Mustard Crusted Salmon on salad. It’s ready so fast that you don’t even have time to crave it – you just eat it.
Mustard Crusted Salmon
- 2 filets of salmon
- 2 tablespoon Dijon mustard
- 1 heaping tablespoon whole grain mustard
- a bit of white wine
- olive oil
- salt & pepper
Turn your broiler on high and let your frying pan heat to medium high with a little bit of olive oil.
Mix your mustards with the wine and about a teaspoon more olive oil (a teaspoon of honey is nice also at this point if you like that). Salt and pepper your filets, then put them skin side down in the pan. Shake the pan a little to make sure they don’t stick and just let them have a minute to get that crispy side. Top them with your mustard mixture and put the whole pan in the oven to broil until the crust looks golden and tasty.
Pull it out and serve! It’s really that fast and easy.
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