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|By :Chop Secrets|
|Browse Category||Fish & Seafood|
|Duration||less than 15 min|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||10 minutes|
*If you don’t have a STEAM function, use MANUAL or PRESSURE COOK.
Easy, healthy and delicious!!!
Timing was WAY off for me. My fillets were < 1” and weighed 0.7lbs total and I followed the dorections nearly to the letter. After 4 minutes on steam, the butter hadn’t melted and the fish was completely raw under the lemon. Another 4 minutes of manual pressure and one fillet was okay, the other so overcooked it was ruined.
Perhaps I have industrial-strenght foil?
Either way, sad waste of some great fish.
Shared expirience with PR Cook
Time was also way off for me, way undercooked. 10 minutes, at least
I used a small salmon fillet and needed much more than three minutes time. I suggest the 10 minutes the instantpot steam mode calls for.
Same here way too short 6
min still not done
Needed to cook longer. 10 mins should be good
Salmon should be seasoned prior to steaming if you ask me
Here are my changes to this recipe
Season salmon first with salt and pepper
Season asparagus first and coat them with a bit of oil
Make a bed with asparagus along with aromatics like thyme and rosemary. Place slice of lemon on that bed and then the salmon.
Steam for 10-12 minutes
Judging by the thickness of my salmon fillets and the other reviews I cooked this for 7 minutes. The salmon came out perfectly, but the poor asparagus had definitely seen better days. Next time I think I’ll steam the asparagus seperately afterwards.