**I received a complimentary Sous Vide Supreme to facilitate this review.
A garlic, rosemary, and dill spice salmon with a creamy dill sauce that compliments it perfectly for a healthy, quick lunch!
I love salmon. I buy it in pre-portioned bags, so I can pull just one out and cook it for lunch while my kids are at school, or I can cook several for the whole family. It is such a quick cooking fish, which is so nice. And cooking it in the Sous Vide Supreme makes it even faster.
I wanted something that would be rich, creamy, and totally satisfying. I have a pre-made spice mix that is rosemary garlic, which I love with roasts, and the like, so I thought I would combine it with some dill, and see what happened. One word: Magic!!!
This combination is a real winner. It was quick to make, and brought out so much flavor in the salmon fillet. Then when paired with a creamy dill sauce, it is even better!
But don’t take my word for it, try it yourself.
Just seal your salmon, with a few pinches of garlic rosemary, a bit of fresh minced garlic, and a sprig of dill in a vaccum bag.
Put it in a Sous Vide oven set to 140 degrees, and then cook for about 40 minutes (depending on the thickness of your fillet).
While your fish is cooking, mix up your creamy dill sauce so it is ready to go when the fish is.
I just love cooking Sous Vide because it is a four step process with very little work or thought. You simply season, seal, simmer, and sauce. Works like a charm every time. And I just love how flaky, moist, and perfect my fish turns out, EVERY SINGLE TIME.
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