Oven Baked Salmon/Posen Losos vo Rerna

Oven Baked Salmon

The word “salmon” derives from the Latin salire, which means “to jump,” in reference to how frequently salmon leap out of the water.

Both baked and fried, my boys and I enjoy it. I regularly include it in my Fish Friday meal. Didn’t prepare a salad or a side dish this time. I just purchased some bread to dip into the liquids and fat that it emitted while baking.

Ingredients:

1 steak of salmon
2 chopped spring onions
4-5 cut parsley stems, salt, and pepper

Preparation:

The fish should be cleaned and paper towel-dried.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
Set aside after washing and chopping the parsley.
Spring onions should be washed and cut into small pieces.
Olive oil should be added to the baking dish.
Sprinkle the onion and parsley in the baking dish’s bottom.
the fish on top, then.

The baking dish is covered with aluminum foil.
Bake until the scent is detectable in a preheated oven on medium heat.
Check the meat’s doneness after removing it from the oven.
If it isn’t, put the foil back in and bake another few minutes, then pull it out and check it one more. When it’s finished cooking, increase the oven’s heat and put it back in uncovered to get a little blush (do not overcook it as it will become dry).

The fat and liquids it generated during baking should be poured over it before serving.

The season for spring onions is approaching, which many people enjoy because of their flavor but are unaware of because they are a true treasure trove of vitamins and minerals and are ideal for preserving the health of the entire organism. This potent vegetable’s green portion is extremely beneficial to health.

Antioxidants, which shield cells in the body from harm by free radicals, are abundant in spring onions. Scallions may also help control blood pressure and lower the risk of blood clots, according to some research.

It guards against inflammation and lowers the chance of developing corneal disorders. It has vitamin A, which is necessary for the eyes’ generation of the proteins necessary for clear eyesight. People who are deficient in this vitamin might develop night blindness and other conditions.