Natural taste: Salmon and tomato

This is a super easy dish, however, it is full of nutrition, omega 3, omega 6, lycopene...etc.

Two fresh salmon fillets, seasoned with salt and pepper.

Under low power, rub a slice of ginger root over the bottom of skillet (this can prevent salmon from sticking at the bottom). Brush oil evenly in the skillet. When the skillet is hot enough, place salmon in and cover skillet, fry until meat turns to pink in color. Gently turn over fillets with silicon spatula. Drizzle lemon juice over fillets and cover the skillet, let fry until the other side of salmon turns to pink in color.

Sprinkle parsley flakes, let cook until aroma develops.

Transfer salmon to a plate.

A lot of oil (including fish oil) left in the skillet. I don't want to waste it. So, I add sliced tomato in, sautée and cover to cook until tomato is soft. Sprinkle parsley flakes, and transfer tomato to the plate.

Bon appétit.

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