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Category : The Fish       Region : Northwest       Rating : 4
Alaskan Baked Salmon

Contributor : Added by Administrator

Tribal Affiliation : Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian

Orgin of Recipe : Offered by Janice Jackson ... who learned this from mom and dad

Type of Dish : Contemporary & Traditional

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Ingredients

  • King salmon fillet (about 1 lb. per serving)
  • Sweet onion (1 large, sliced)
  • Celery stalks (1 per person)
  • Tomato - fresh if possible
  • Smoked bacon
  • Black seaweed from Alaska (dried)
  • Garlic powder
  • Salt and pepper

Directions

Place salmon fillet into glass baking dish skin side down.

Sprinkle garlic powder, salt and pepper on top of salmon and cover with bacon slices. Top bacon with sliced onion and celery stalks. Chop tomato into large chunks and sprinkle with small handful of seaweed over salmon. Cover and bake at 400 degrees. Cook a 4-5 lb. fillet around 45-50 minutes or until middle is no longer dark pink and flakes apart easily. Serve with rice.

Note: This recipe is a combination of recipes from my mom and dad plus tips from my aunt Georgie. The bacon, celery and tomato keep the salmon moist while the seaweed gives it a natural sea salt flavoring. Very delicious!


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