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    Those all sound great also!

    I also found a few recipes for salmon jerky, and I may try some of it like that. I'm thinking like a curried salmon jerky which sounds good in my head, so we shall see how it comes out.
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    Since I discovered sushi & sashimi last year, it seems almost criminal to me now to cook salmon!

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    I'd give my left nut (if I had one) to have someplace local that I trusted for sashimi.
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    My family harvested 45 sockeye salmon last summer, so I love the ideas here. Smoked salmon deviled eggs! Yes, going to make those today. Our favorite is smoked salmon chowder. I make mine with bone broth as a base, add HWC, salmon and whatever veggies we have on hand. It's also great with coconut milk and some green curry paste.

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    I cooked salmon crusted in chopped almonds the other night and it was delish served on a bed of asparagus. Also I have done it topped with prawns (shrimp) and it is always really yummy.

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    Iíve gone through with all of the comments and get lots of ideas. I prefer baked salmon. I'm going to try out some of these.

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    While this recipe sounds really odd, I really loved it:
    Salmon & Eggplant Curry Recipe | Eating Well

    With the whole salmon, I like making my own salted salmon. I fillet it, smother generously with coarse salt and put under the weight in the fridge. Turn it around each day till the desired saltiness.

    I also bake whole salmon in paper and make crisp salmon bits (re-frid in fat) from leftovers

    Salmon mousse is... mmgh.
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    You all are awesome. I wasn't going to order 20 pounds of salmon again, just because I hadn't been thinking creatively enough about it, but since this was my last fish, I'm definitely going to order in bulk again.
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    I like my Salmon very plain and simple.

    Fillet spiced with cayenne pepper, dill, salt and pepper & lemon juice grilled in the oven. :-)
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    Anyone got an ideas what I could do with frozen salmon? I live in Germany and fresh is bloody scarce, at least at a decent price, so I can only afford frozen.

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