Which part of salmon is best?

Chef's answer
Top loin. Considered the "tender loin" the top loin is the most-premium piece of a Norwegian salmon. Featuring a high fat-to-flesh ratio, it's ideal for all cooking styles, especially grilling, poaching, sauteing, smoking, slow roasting and traditional gravlaks.
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Add water to a depth of 3/4 inch and bring to a boil over high heat. Carefully put the bowl on the rack, cover, and steam for 8 to 10 minutes. Test the fish for doneness by poking the thickest party with a chopstick or fork
about 5-6 minutesSteaming produces delicious, healthy, nutritious, moist salmon in a matter of minutes. Once water passes the boiling point, it turns to steam, and steam cooks quickly and gently. It's a great cooking technique for delicate seafood. An average thick filet takes about 5-6 minutes to steam.29 Aug 2014
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20 slicesof bacon annually. typically comes in thin slices (about 35 strips per pound), regular slices (16 to 20 slices per pound) or thick slices (12 to 16 slices per pound).
How To Pan Fry Thick Fish Fillets
  • Season the fillet following your chosen recipe, or with a small amount of sea salt and a dash of black pepper.
  • Place the fillet, flesh side down, into a small amount of oil in a hot pan and cook 5-7 minutes over medium heat.
  • Turn the fillet to cook the other side, and baste the top with pan juices to keep it moist.
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