There’s nothing like the great taste of boneless, skinless salmon and if we could eat it everyday I think we would. Grilling salmon is a great way to prepare it but there are alternative methods to cook this perfect seafood. Drizzling salmon pieces with balsamic glaze offers a nice taste and heighten the seafood experience.
Seared salmon with balsamic glaze on confetti pasta provides a full meal, using one pan. I also love this because if it were cooked via a broiler it would take longer, so my method has this cooked in 70% less time than conventional methods of cooking.
Lavishly live seared salmon with balsamic glaze on confetti pasta out loud in this fabulous recipe. Get ready to save time in the kitchen and create artisan-like salmon.
Seared Salmon With Balsamic Glaze on Confetti Pasta
It’s a healthy meal, offering you seafood and a few carbs. The Balsamic Glaze gives the perfect finish to a seared piece of salmon. It’s easy to create and ready for you!
Make sure you grab the ingredients and print the recipe at the end of this post, so you can recreate this delicious food in your home.
VEGETABLES IN PASTA (#1)
1 Stock of Celery – peeled and chopped into confetti type pieces
¼ C Water
1 Orange Bell Pepper seeded and chopped into confetti pieces
2 Tbsp Avocado Oil
1 C of Pastina
1 ½ C of water
Nonstick spray to coat pan.
BALSAMIC GLAZE (#3) (<—printable recipe)
1 Cup of Balsamic Vinegar
1/2 C Brown Sugar
2 cloves garlic chopped
Seasoning spice of choice
1 tbsp. Italian breadcrumb
2 pieces salmon each 1/2 #
Step #1 ~ Vegetable Preparation
Place the following into pan: celery, olive oil, pepper, avocado oil and water. Cook vegetables together on 400° on fry setting for 5 minutes, watch carefully turning as to not burn. When veggies have been cooked, remove them to a bowl and move on to cook Pasta
Step #2 Pasta Preparations
Prepare pan with a coating of nonstick spray, add pasta, water and use in Hot Pot Mode at 1200° for 2:50. Remove from heat, drain, rinse, mix with veggies.
Step #3 Balsamic Glaze Preparation. Make sure to use the listed recipe, it’s fast and easy.
Balsamic glaze You can print recipe if you touch Balsamic Glaze.
Step #4 Salmon
In pan place avocado oil and garlic, Cook on Fry at 400° allowing garlic to lightly brown. Remove garlic temporarily using a spoon to remove. Place salmon in the pan, replace garlic to top of salmon, place lid on top and allow cooking on each side of about 2 1/2 minutes per side equaling 5 minutes total.
When Salmon is completed, place the salmon on top of the confetti Pastina mixture an dust with Italian flavored breadcrumbs. Drizzle with Balsamic Glaze.
COOK TIME TOTALS:
Prep time six minutes
Cook time total 21 minutes
Balsamic glaze 8 of the 21 Minutes or you can purchase it if you prefer
The magic behind this food is the “Induction Cooker Cooktop” that I used. In fact, it makes food so fast, that I hardly blink my eyes and it is done! If you are at all familiar with “induction cooking”, you know that it is fast, easy and so effective because of the even heat that is provided.
Induction Cooker Cooktop with a stainless steel pan. There are many different settings you can use in order to prepare this dish, however, this is the one that worked best for me. Try out the other settings you might find one you like better and tell me what you used! I love hearing who uses what settings to get the most lavishly prepared foods.
It’s easy to prepare great foods fast, you just need a little inspiration. My recipes are all printable, so make sure to print your copy and test it out. If you find new ingredients, shoot me a comment, I would love to hear from you. Lavishly life food out loud with my recipe for seared salmon and balsamic glaze atop confetti pasta.
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