Recipes

Cajun Shrimp and Wild Rice by Emma Frisch

Cajun Shrimp and Wild Rice by Emma Frisch

An exciting part of our work at Wild for Salmon is meeting great people who are doing interesting things. From fishermen to filmmakers to bloggers to chefs. And what we love to do, in addition to catching wild salmon, is introduce you to them. It's nice to spread the word and share the wealth. In keeping with that approach it's our pleasure to introduce you to Emma Frisch of the...
Our Five Most Popular Ways to Cook Gulf Shrimp

Our Five Most Popular Ways to Cook Gulf Shrimp

Five Ways to Cook Gulf Shrimp! Do you like to order shrimp when dining out? And would you love to recreate great shrimp dining at home? Good news! Wild for Salmon carries wild shrimp from the Gulf of Louisiana year-round (known as Gulf Shrimp). And we’ve gathered together a selection of great recipes you can use to cook it at home!  The cooking method will vary depending on how you plan...
How to Perfect Your Salmon Steak Recipe

How to Perfect Your Salmon Steak Recipe

Salmon Steaks Versus Salmon Fillets At Wild for Salmon, we offer wild Alaska salmon in fillets, portions, and steaks. The salmon steak is the cut of fish produced when the fish is cut crosswise. Salmon steaks include the bone. Fillets are the long pieces that occur when the whole cut is separated from the main bone. The fillet cut includes some teeny-tiny bones called "pin-bones," but these are all delicately...
Top 3 Most Popular Smoked Salmon Recipes

Top 3 Most Popular Smoked Salmon Recipes

 Smoked salmon is one of the most popular ways Americans enjoy wild salmon, and there are lots of easy smoked salmon recipes to make smoked salmon part of your weekly meal routines. In this post, we’ll share how to smoke salmon at home, discuss the health of smoked salmon, and share some of our favorite recipes using Wild for Salmon’s Nova Style Sockeye Salmon and Traditional Smoked Sockeye Salmon.  How...
EBTB Sockeye Salmon

EBTB Sockeye Salmon

1 Wild for Salmon Sockeye Portion Everything but the bagel seasoning Coconut aminos (or soy sauce) 1 orange Heat a little oil over medium high heat, and place fillets in the hot pan, (it should sizzle!)•Drizzle coconut aminos and the juice of 1/2 navel orange over the portions as they cook and shake the EBTB seasoning real good over the portions. (Don’t be shy!) •Let cook for 3-4 min each...