A 15 minute dinner for two? Say no more. This Crispy-skin salmon served with a fresh salad is exactly what you need.
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If you want the skin to crisp up in the pan, it needs to be completely dry before you start cooking. Place the salmon fillets skin-side up on a plate and gently pat the skin with paper towel.
A really hot pan is essential for getting the skin to go crispy, so preheat a frying pan on high. Spray the skin side with oil. Alternatively, spray the pan with oil before preheating.
Seasoning does more than add flavour – the salt also draws out moisture from the skin so it crisps up quickly. Sprinkle the skin with sea salt flakes and freshly ground black pepper.
Work quickly to crisp the skin without overcooking the salmon. Place skin-side down in pan and cook for 3 mins or until crispy. Turn and cook for 2 mins or until cooked to your liking.