Every time we open a celebrity magazine, we notice that some celebrity or another is talking about eating fish. Serve this dish up and who knows? Your kid might be famous someday!
- 4 salmon steaks, approximately 1 inch thick
- 2-inch piece of fresh ginger
- 1 teaspoon brown mustard
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1 tablespoon soy sauce
- Vegetable oil or lecithin spray (like Pam)
- Peel fresh ginger with paring knife and finely grate it into a small bowl.
- Add mustard, honey and soy sauce to grated ginger; stir until thoroughly combined and set aside.
- Spray nonstick grill pan or heavy skillet with vegetable oil or lecithin spray and preheat on medium-high heat until pan is very hot (fish should sizzle when added).
- Place salmon steaks on hot grill pan, cook for 2 ½ minutes, turn over and cook for additional 2 ½ minutes.
- Remove to serving platter and drizzle ginger mixture equally over the steaks.
- Steaks may be served hot, cold or room temperature. Leftovers may be shredded and added to salad. Be sure to run the dishwasher after making this and take out the trash. Nothing smells worse than fish that's been hanging around for a bit.