Poaching is a gentle and moist way of cooking fish while maintaining its flavours and structure. There are many recipes that include use of milk and stocks.
Fresh and tender salmon steaks are plunged into a boiling hot stock made of onions, carrots, celery and dry white wine. The salmon absorbs the flavour.
Salmon is so delicate and tasty it needs an elegant presentation like this where it is served with a simple yoghurt dill sauce. Serve with steamed asparagus.
This is a light, delicate dish with subtle lemon and orange flavours. Nice for a dinner party! An easy entertaining meal that will delight your guests!
It doesn't get simpler than this! Poach your salmon fillets in hot chicken stock with dill for flavour and you'll come back for more.
The sweet-sour kumquats form a lovely contrast with tuna steaks in this aromatic dish. Serve with couscous.
Often called "Salmon Piccata", this seafood main is fresh salmon stakes poached in lemon juice and chicken stock then served topped with a buttery caper sauce.
Snapper is cooked in a fragrant Asian-style stock. If you don't have any tamarind you can substitute distilled malt vinegar, as the tamarind juice lends a sour flavour.
Salmon is a very versatile fish. Here it is poached and mixed with cream cheese, lemon and Tabasco to make a delicious dip.
Microwaves are very good at poaching fish, as this recipe will show. You can prepare this wonderfully savoury salmon dinner in 6 minutes! Serve with rice or pasta.
This dish is a simple, moist and delicious way to prepare fresh salmon fillets. Serve with mashed potato and a salad.