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My family loves salmon. We have salmon for dinner at least twice a month at the request of my daughter. This Simple Broiled Salmon Recipe is her favorite dinner and will gobble up more than even I can eat. It is an amazing feat to watch.
This past weekend I took her shopping at the new Market District. This 120,000-square-foot Carmel Market District offers a culinary, dining and shopping experience unique to Indiana complete with a Starbucks and an amazing produce section.
Market District features an array of gourmet prepared foods, a sweets shop with hand-dipped chocolate novelties and other confections, an artisan cheese shop, a chef demonstration kitchen, an expanded assortment of international foods, a bulk food section and much more. I was very impressed with all the different offerings they had in each department. Check out the seafood counter:
I saw not one, but about 8 different types of salmon that I could take home right then and bake for dinner. I have young children and they like things that are familiar so my daughter and I picked out a couple of plain filets to take home and broil.
Our favorite way to broil salmon is to baste it with melted butter, sprinkle on our favorite seasonings and broil it. I was extremely impressed with the spice selection at Market District. I found so many spices that aren’t available in other grocery stores that I frequent so I stocked up on some.
In the end we chose to use Market District seasoning salt this time and the results were delicious. Seriously guys, this may be the easiest and tastiest way to eat salmon in the world!
If you haven’t broiled salmon before, don’t be afraid, it is easier than it looks.
- Salmon Filets
- 1 tbs. melted butter
- Market District Seasoned Salt
- garlic powder
- dried chives (optional)
- Place Salmon filets on a broiler pan filled with about an inch of water (easy clean up).
- Brush melted butter over the filets.
- Sprinkle with Market District Seasoned Salt
- Sprinkle a bit of garlic powder and dried chives.
- Broil under high heat for 10-12 minutes.
In addition to the broiled salmon, I picked up some of my favorite Prosciutto as well as some smoked gouda cheese that I have a problem finding in stores these days. If you haven’t tried smoked gouda, you must. It has a very strong smoky flavor yet a creamy taste. It makes for a great little baguette crisp on the side of your dinner plate.
If you are needing some inspiration, Market District chefs lead a cooking school at the store with scheduled courses on a wide variety of culinary topics for you to try out. I know that I will be looking at their courses. Cooking schools sounds like so much fun!
One last feature that I think is genius at Market District is their Curbside Express online grocery ordering service. This service allows customers to place orders online from home and then pick them up from the store without having to leave their vehicles! Parents with small kids are celebrating this service! Can you imagine just ordering your groceries online and driving to the sore and having them loaded into your car? This is truly life changing!
I hope you check out the new store located at 11505 N. Illinois Street in Carmel. Let me know how much you love it.
Enjoy your salmon!