Posted September 27, 2018 09:50:16 It’s time for the official steak cooking times in the world of salmon cooking!
Can you save your steak and save your dinner?
We’re here to help.
To get started, head to the Salmon Cooking Tips section of the Salmon Recipes app to learn more about how to prepare and cook your favorite steak.
Here’s a quick rundown of some of the tips that we’ve put together to make sure you get the most out of your salmon: Use a pressure cooker for steaks.
Use a non-stick pan to sear your steaks for two minutes on each side.
Cooks have been known to skip the pressure cooker step and cook with their hands instead.
For those of you that prefer a nonstick pan, use a large non-reactive silicone baking sheet.
It’s great to get the steak browned on all sides before using a heavy duty skillet to sear it.
Cook on low for one hour and then raise the heat to high for two hours.
This ensures that the meat is evenly cooked.
If you want to use a pressure cook, you can always add the fish to the cooker before using it.
This can be done with a stainless steel pot or even a nonreactive pot.
Use salt and pepper to taste.
We always recommend adding a splash of salt and a pinch of pepper to your steak before you add it to the pan.
If the steak is too dry, you’ll have to add some water.
Be careful with your seasoning, especially if you don’t have a high-end immersion circulator.
When you’re ready to serve, use tongs to gently remove the steak from the pan and set it aside to cool.
This prevents it from getting too dry.
When your steak is ready, cut it into bite-sized pieces.
Use tongs or a metal spatula to carefully remove the edges of each steak.
If using a nonresistant pan, carefully slide the pan into the pressure cook and gently cook for a few minutes on low.
While the steak cooks, use your favorite steamer or immersion circulating device to cook the other side of the steak.
This is to ensure that the steak doesn’t burn while it cooks.
This process can take up to five minutes per side.
Once your steak has been fully cooked, serve it immediately.
This will prevent the excess moisture from accumulating and spoil the flavor of your steak.
How to Cook Salmon on a Pressure Cooker Salmon cooking time: 1 hour (with pressure cooker) for steak, 2 hours for the other sides 1 hour on low pressure 2 hours on high pressure (with immersion circulators)