December 10, 2010


Ok, yes, salmon is naturally gluten-free so this technically is not a GF revelation - or is it? This recipe is super easy, delicious, and, of course, Celiac friendly! Thanks to Margaux Guyonneau, who made this for us when she came to visit the city. So, here it is:
Preheat the oven to 375. Make a little basket out of tin foil and put a nice fresh salmon steak in there. Season with salt, pepper and garlic salt and pour in some olive oil and white wine. Put a few thin slices of butter on top of the fish, then chop up some onion and parsley and throw that on in. Sprinkle with fresh lemon juice. Add whatever strikes your fancy! Maybe rosemary instead of parsley, maybe hold the butter (obviously that is never the route I choose to go...). You can also use different types of fish but will have to adjust the oven heat and cooking time accordingly. Pop your fishy basket in the oven and after 30 minutes check to make sure it is cooked through. That's it!

This is delicious over rice. I made some good ol' Carolina rice cooked in chicken broth instead of water and added some chopped parsley to the cooked rice for an easy rice pilaf. Enjoy!!

:) The Celiac Seal


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