How to Make Martha Stewart’s Poached Salmon Steaks | Martha’s Cooking School | Martha Living

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Preparing salmon in hot salted water gives you moist, healthy results, and cooking doesn’t get much easier than poaching! In this video, Martha Stewart breaks down the cooking process to its simplest elements, whether you need to make thick, hearty fish steaks or a whole salmon. She uses a court bouillon—or short broth—a quick and easy boiling liquid flavored with carrots, lemon, peppercorns, bay leaf, and thyme. Use this versatile seafood recipe to feed a crowd for a dinner party, or poach the fish in advance, and use it piece by piece for sandwiches or as a topping for salads.

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00:00 Introduction

00:37 How to Make a Hot Water Bath

3:09 How To Poach The Salmon

4:20 Removing The Fish

4:46 How To Remove the Skin And Plate Steaks

5:33 Final Result

5:42 How To Poach Whole Salmon

9:48 How To Remove The Skin

11:04 How To Decorate The Salmon

12:29 Final Result

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