I am not giving you a recipe to print out because it doesn't have exact measurements. I will just tell you what I do. It is super easy, quick and I never like any preparation of salmon better that this one.
- Line a baking sheet that fits in your broiler with aluminum foil. Pour some olive oil on it in a large squiggle, maybe about 4 Tablespoons. Heat your broiler to medium heat.
- Wash your salmon off and lay it skin side up on your baking sheet. I don't like to deal with the scales or the skin, so I have found this easy way to remove the skin.
- Place the pan with the salmon under the broiler for a few minutes until the skin begins to brown or blacken slightly. (I have a gas oven/broiler, so you need to watch how your fish cooks in your broiler.)
- Carefully, because it will be hot, pull off the skin. I use a fork or knife to help me get under the skin, but it will peel off really well. Discard the skin.
- That side of the salmon will be cooked nicely. Flip the fillet over to the other side.
- On the uncooked side, sprinkle on seasoned salt, garlic powder and Parmesan cheese to taste. I have used both the fresh, good kind of Parmesan and the green box kind, both are delicious.
- Put the fish back under the broiler and cook until lightly browned and the fish is cooked through. Again, this will depend on your broiler. You can cut the fillet in the middle and check it if necessary. Don't over cook it! You want the fish to be moist and flaky.
- Slice the fillet into serving portions to serve. It is delicious with a green veggie and rice or just about any side that you want.