Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Pan Fried Salmon with #Colman's #Mustard and Spinach Salad Fischer & Wieser Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce #Review

I've been on a cooking spree lately with the holidays coming up, experimenting with this and that and coming up with delectable dishes...haha, I'm no pro chef but I am very happy at the way my dishes have been turning out lately! I was recently sent Colman's Dry mustard and Fischer & Wieser's Original Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce to try and I had a lot of fun with it!

Let's start with Colman's Mustard. I was sent the dry mustard which comes in this super adorable tin container. How cute! They also sent me a recipe for Classic Meatloaf which you can find online among an assortment of other recipes. I didn't use this recipe since I was feeling creative. However, I read a really neat tip for removing odors like fish or garlic from dishes or utensils that could come into good use. Add a tablespoon of Colman's English Mustard to your wash water to remove the smell. Cool, right?

Anyways, Colman's Mustard has been around since 1814, bringing about a fiery kick to meals. I decided to put a spin on the salmon I usually make by pan-frying them. I dreamt of making a salmon strip that was light and crunchy on the outside and soft and smooth on the inside. :) Its getting around lunch time and I'm making myself drool! Anyhow, here's my instant recipe for pan-fried salmon.

Recipe: Pan Friend Salmon
Ingredients:
-Salmon ~1.5lb slab of salmon.
-3 tsp Colman's Mustard powder
-2 tsp pepper
-2 tsp bacon salt
-garlic salt

Instructions:
1) Cut slab of slamon into strips
2) Mix 3 tsp of Colman's Mustard (I used more for more of a kick), 2 tsp of pepper, 2 tsp of bacon salt, and a sprinkle of garlic salt.
3) Lightly dip each side of the salmon
4) Pan fry each side for 2 minutes each.

So simple, so quick and it comes out amazingly delicious. The mustard really adds a bit of spiciness to it. My SO loved it since it reminded him of wasabi. I don't like wasabi but I still enjoyed this. I've made it about 3 times since I came up with that recipe and we just can't get enough of it.

I had just as much of a delicious time with Fischer and Wieser's Original Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce ($9.95). For over 40 years, Fischer & Wieser has maintained a tradition of handcrafting delicious and unique gourmet food products. An award-winning blend of raspberries and chipotle peppers, this smokey, sweet and spicy sauce worked great for my meals. I followed the recipe on the label to create a delicious salad dressing for my spinach salad. I also mixed equal portions of The Original Roasted Raspberry Chipotle sauce with BBQ sauce to create an irresistible smokey and tangy flavor for my lamb chops. As you can see, I tried to plate it nicely...LOL, but I'm no pro chef so this is as pretty as it gets. Both my SO and I loved the flavor with the lamb. He, however, being impartial to sweets was a little less inclined to eat my salad dressing but I ate away happily so depending on the recipe you use, the flavor, although rich and scrumptious, can come out differently as well. I think I might need to visit Das Peach Haus, home of Fischer and Wieser Specialty Foods, Inc in Fredericksburg, Texas one of these days.


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9 comments:

Marthalynn said...[Reply]

You know it's good stuff if it's been around for almost 200 years!

BethElderton said...[Reply]

These sound wonderful! My mother has a recipe for meatloaf that calls for dry mustard--yummy!
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

janetfaye said...[Reply]

I remember my mother cooking with dry mustard.

♡♥♬ Raven In A Blue Room ♬♥♡ said...[Reply]

I remember my grandma and mom cooking with dried mustard, never tried myself

Tawnya said...[Reply]

I have never cooked with dry mustard, but would love to try it out!

Cheryl Free said...[Reply]

Mustard is so much healthier than mayonnaise on sandwiches. I'd love to try Colman's Mustard ヅ

Allison Downes said...[Reply]

my family LOVES mustard! Ive never tried this brand

Thanks for the review!

Jan said...[Reply]

The sauce sounds so good. I love Chipotle flavor.

Marthalynn said...[Reply]

The Original Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce sounds dee lish us!

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