Saumon vapeur au chou

Today begins my ode to the steamer, the most useful article in my kitchen. I use it constantly for fish and vegetables of all kinds. The steamer cooks quickly and cleanly. Flavors remain intense, and none of the vitamins are lost. It is a fat-free way of cooking. And it is oh so easy. In today’s recipe, the salmon is steamed to rosy perfection, placed on a nest of steamed cabbage, drizzled with olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt. A great combination.

Saumon vapeur au chou / Steamed salmon on a nest of cabbage

Looking ahead, I will soon be offering you another salmon recipe, this one for the holiday season: gravalax, French-Russian style. It is easy to make at home and certain to provoke cheers of delight when you serve it at your festive events. If there are other holiday dishes you would like to see on this site, please leave a comment below. I love hearing from you, and am thrilled to pieces that so many people are consulting the site. We’ve been up and running for less than 3 months, and have had almost 10,000 views. Now that’s really something. Happy cooking!


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