- 1 Salmon Fillet (approximately 12 oz total, skinless, thawed)
- Salt and Pepper as needed
- 3 ounces Butter (chilled)
- 2 ounces Bourbon Whiskey
- 4 ounces Maple Syrup
- Sauté Pan
- Small spoon
Method of Preparation
- Dust both sides of salmon fillet with salt, and pepper.
- Place one-ounce tab of butter in sauté pan and heat to medium.
- Add salmon fillet to pan and brown over medium heat (5 minutes per side)
- In sauté pan, brush top of fillet with two coatings of maple syrup and continue to heat for 1-2 minutes. Place salmon on serving plate.
- Remove pan from heat and add bourbon. Allow bourbon to simmer and alcohol to evaporate before returning pan to heat. (be very careful, bourbon could flambe upon return to heat).
- Safely return pan to heat and add 4 ounces of maple syrup. Stir gently.
- Add remaining two ounces of butter, shut heat off and gently swirl butter into sauce. Taste. Adjust salt and pepper.
- Spoon sauce over salmon and serve. (In the photo above – served here with sautéed shaved fennel and red onion)
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