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Atlantic Salmon With A Medley Of Mushrooms | How To Cook Crispy Salmon | Vitamin D Recipe

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Hi guys and girls! Welcome to 96 Nutrition Street! Today I show you how to make a meal rich in vitamin D Let's make a perfectly cooked salmon with a variety of mushrooms and grilled asparagus Why would you want to cook this dish? Well, as I mentioned in my last video, here is the link, I mentioned that it is better to get vitamin D from the sun, but you can also get it with certain foods

There are very few foods rich in vitamin D, and those are fatty fish and mushrooms Then look here, We have salmon, but you can also make this recipe with tilapia, herring or trout, any fatty fish On this side we have a variety of mushrooms You can buy the type of mushrooms that you like The other reason why you would like to make this dish is because It's delicious! And you can impress your friends Invite your friends home, you will surely impress them

Let me show you the ingredients that we will use today Two pieces of salmon, two Portobello mushrooms, 1 lemon and 2 cloves of garlic, We will also need Oyster and Shiitake mushrooms, a spoon of butter, brine, which I made with a liter of water and a fourth cup of salt, salt, pepper, extra virgin olive oil, a bunch of chives, asparagus and two green onions Now let's submerge the salmon in the brine for 20 minutes We are going to cut the Oyster and Shiitake mushrooms into slices Peel the Portobello mushrooms and cut the top of the stem, We cut it in half and repeat these steps with the rest of the mushrooms

Strange me? My second name is Strange (laughs) Melt the butter and olive oil in a pan Cut the lemon, half will be to cut into segments and the other half to squeeze Add the Oyster and Shiitake mushrooms in the pan with melted butter and olive oil Cook them for 4 minutes

We cover another pan with salt and pepper to cook the salmon and put it over the fire This is how the mushrooms should look, after cooking for 5 minutes on medium high heat Now, let's take them to the oven at 200 degrees Celsius or 400 Farenheit, for 8-10 minutes Dry the salmon with absorbent paper Let it cook for 6-8 minutes, until the bottom part is a little cooked

Cut the green onions into thin slices Cut the stalk of garlic cloves, crush with the knife, peel and cut finely Finely chop the chives Dance while everything is cooking! It looks and smells so good! Add the green onion, garlic and lemon juice to the mushroom skillet Take it to the oven for 5 more minutes

Now that the salmon has cooked a quarter of the part of the base, let's turn them around, and let them cook for 8-10 more minutes, We cook the asparagus on the grill for 5-8 minutes until they are cooked until inside Add salt, pepper and olive oil Cook Portobello mushrooms in another tray in the oven at 200 degrees Centigrade or 400 Farenheit Add salt, pepper and olive oil

Look how beautiful this looks! The salmon is cooked to perfection, It is crispy and golden on top Let's see how it is inside It is soft and perfectly cooked We add a little lemon juice on top, And these Shiitake mushrooms are so good and crispy! Mmm they are super crunchy They have a rich oriental flavor Mmm it's perfectly cooked! This is very good, so the salmon must be cooked It is important to remove the salmon from the fire, even if you think it is not cooked, to continue cooking for 5 minutes on the serving plate I know this is not an everyday dish, salmon can be expensive, but it's a dish you can make with your family or friends over the weekend, to increase your vitamin D levels I bet you did not make a plate with three types of mushrooms before, I hope you liked this dish If so, let me know in the comments below

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