Is cooked salmon pink on inside?

Chef's answer
Cooked salmon color inside will be an opaque pinkish white color on the outside and translucent pink on the inside. If your fillet is still dark pink on the outside, it needs to cook more. If it has turned light, opaque pink on the inside it is overcooked.3 Nov 2019
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1. Examining the Color and Texture. ... Cooked salmon color inside will be an opaque pinkish white color on the outside and translucent pink on the inside. If your fillet is still dark pink on the outside, it needs to cook more.3 Nov 2019
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