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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Easy Wok Salmon

Easy Wok Salmon, Easy Crispy Potatoes and  Easy Tomatoes.

" Baby please don't go, Baby please don't go, Baby please don't go down to New Orleans, you know I love you so, Baby please don't go......."
Without Me!! 

Where I love to eat and shop and eat. Some of my favorite things-Slap Ya Mama Cajun Seasoning, Beignets, Pralines, Crawfish Etouffee, Jumbalaya, Gumbo, Boudin. Time to make Easy Wok Salmon....But let's take a look down memory lane in wonderful New Orleans............

French Quarter- this is where you can buy: Slap Ya Mama Cajun Seasoning.

Beautiful homes.

Incredible window boxes.

Strolling around French Quarter.

Palm Reader- Looks about right. You will be doing a lot of traveling. You love to cook. You love to eat. You will be writing a Cooking Blog.

You will be painting. You will be traveling. You will be doing an awful amount of eating, better start running again!

Dinner with the GU Chimes.

A carriage ride around French Quarter.

I really love New Orleans, and they do have amazing window boxes.

Taking a stroll, walking off the Beignets.

These are the window boxes that I aspire to have.

Salmon with Slap Ya Mama Cajun Spices straight from New Orleans- pronounced: NOR- Lin's.

My barbecuer's dream apron, equipped with a bottle holder, stretchy attached bottle opener and oven mitt.

Cook your salmon in a Wok outside, so your house doesn't smell fishy the next day.

Pour in some vegetable oil to your heated wok.

Cook Easy Wok Salmon on Medium High Heat.

When oil is hot, carefully place salmon skin side up.

Flip over when brown and crispy about 7-10 minutes, cook skin side another 7-10 minutes.

  • 1 pound salmon
  • Slap Ya Mama Cajun seasoning ( or any other spicy seasoning)
  • Lawry's seasoned Salt
  • 1/4 cup Vegetable Oil
  • 1 teaspoon Wasabi Powder
  • 2 teaspoons Water
  • Lemon slices

On outdoor grill on medium - high gas heat, heat wok, add 1/4 cup vegetable oil.
Season salmon with Slap Ya Mama and Lawry's seasonings. Carefully place salmon in oil. Flip after 7 1/2 minutes each side. Cook until salmon is crispy brown.
To make Wasabi Paste: Add 1 teaspoon Wasabi powder to 2 teaspoons water, add more water if you like like a thinner paste.
Drizzle Wasabi Paste and a squeeze of lemon over Salmon.

Serve with Easy Crispy Potatoes and Easy Tomatoes.

Serves 2

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R.Kirk Moore artist said...

Handsome Barbecuer! Such talent!

Anonymous said...

Love New Orleans and the food. Your post takes me back!

Moore or Less Cooking said...

@ beautifulmemorablefood I feel the same way reading your Montmartre/ Paris blog, I can taste the baguette, nothing can come close to Parisian fare.

Laina @ Vibrant Serenity said...

My friend Kelli from is a Cajun expat from Texas living about 30 min. away from me, here in Denmark, and she is absolutely obsessed with Slap Ya Mama!

Moore or Less Cooking said...

@Laina @ Vibrant Serenity,
Wow, a cajun expat from Texas living in Denmark! I thought I was a long way from home! She is right! There is nothin' like Slap Ya Mama!! Thanks for sharing that. Good to see you!!