Preserved Lemon Vinaigrette
1. Combine ingredients.
2. Rub on Salmon just before baking.
Preserved Lemon Beurre Blanc
Beurre blanc is basically a white wine reduction that has been emulsified with butter.
¾ cup sliced Shallots
1. Add wine and shallots to large saucepan. Bring to simmer. Reduce volume by half.
2. Turn down heat to low-medium.
3. Add butter, constantly stirring or whisking until butter melts. Do not let the sauce reach a simmer! It will break if it gets too hot. Juggle the pan off and on the heat to keep it hot enough for the butter to melt and incorporate.
4. Add chives and preserved lemon. Add salt and pepper to taste.
5. Remove from the burner, but keep warm by leaving sauce in a warm but not hot place such as the back of the stove. It is now ready and waiting.
1. Remove salmon fillets from packaging and lay on baking sheets. Pour preserved lemon vinaigrette over top. Season with salt & pepper.
2. Transfer baking sheets to oven. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes if fillets are ½ inch thick or less, and for 12-14 minutes if fillets are ½ to 1 inches in thickness.
Wine Pairing: White Burgundy or Oregon Chardonnay such as Etienne Sauzet, Deux Montille, Belle Pente, or Domaine Drouhin
Beer Pairing: Saison Dupont
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