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    Swap Out Your Bacon For Salmon Skin

    Swap Out Your Bacon For Salmon Skin

    Can you eat the salmon skin?

    If it’s wild and sustainably caught you can!

    The skin is where absorption happens. On our bodies, and in fish. As long as a fish has been swimming in the wild and eating it’s natural foods, you CAN eat the skin of the salmon! 
    There are rich omega-3’s found in the skin of the salmon, and when you leave the salmon skin on while cooking, it helps lock in the moisture of the salmon you’re cooking. One of the best ways to try eating salmon skin specifically is by making "Salmon Skin Bacon"

    Salmon Skin "Bacon" Recipe:

    1. Once your Premier Catch Salmon portion is thawed, place the portion on a cutting board, and using a sharp knife or fillet knife, remove the skin from the salmon.
    2. Scrape off any leftover salmon flesh from the skin
    3. Cut the skin into 1 inch strips - like bacon! Pat dry with paper towels. This part is key and may take some time to get most of the moisture out of the skin so be patient here.
    4. Add sesame oil to a skillet and place over medium-high heat
    5. When the oil is hot, add the dried strips of salmon skin to the pan, turning the strips as needed to prevent burning
    6. When crispy, remove the strips and place on a paper towel to drain the excess oil
    7. Add salt to taste and serve with a side of soy sauce for dipping!
    Let us know what you think! Post your food on instagram using the hashtag #PremierCatch and be sure to follow @PremierCatch for more recipes!

    Ashley Besecker is the co-founder of Premier Catch and Director of Health and Nutrition. She is a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified dietitian, and nutritional genetics specialist. Ashley's blog covers the nutritional benefits of eating sustainable, wild seafood and more details on Premier Catch's sustainability commitment. 

    Ashley Besecker

    Ashley Besecker

    Joci is the CEO/Co-Founder of Premier Catch and our resident culinary artist. Joci has taken our family recipes, made for generations in our family kitchens, and reimagined them for use in your own kitchen.

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