There are a lot of fairly easy fish recipes that I need to knock out and haven't for some reason. One of these is Panfried fish fillets or steaks (p. 407). I make salmon all the time but never made this exact recipe.
I took skin-on salmon, seasoned it with olive oil (and, obviously, other stuff--salt, pepper, garlic), and started it skin side down in the pan. I cooked it undisturbed until the skin was brown and the flesh became opaque:
I turned it over and cooked it for a couple more minutes and done:
The finished product:
This was a delicious recipe but a really easy one. There isn't a whole lot to say about it, other than if you like fish, this is an easy, fast way to make it with minimal fuss. If you don't like fish, this recipe isn't going to change your mind.
What is your favorite way to cook fish?