Bristol Bay Salmon Seasoning

Bristol Bay Salmon Seasoning
Bristol Bay Salmon Seasoning
Bristol Bay Salmon Seasoning Bristol Bay Salmon Seasoning
SKU
100786 001
$6.43
Net Weight:
3.2 oz
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Named for our friends at Wild for Salmon and their fishing expeditions to Bristol Bay, Alaska, our Bristol Bay Salmon Seasoning aims to bring the bold, bracing flavors of the northern wilderness to your plate. Bristol Bay Salmon Seasoning brings in the nutty crunch of sesame and the clean, floral burn of ginger and black pepper. The breezy lift of orange zest kicks in at the end, which then gives way to gentle, herbal basil and cilantro. The salt in this blend plays nicely with the salmon by cutting across its oily flavor and teasing out the brininess in the flesh. Our Bristol Bay Salmon Seasoning is hand-blended in small batches in our facility, so we can send you the freshest product possible.

Salmon is one of the more unusual fish in the sea. They are born in fresh water that ideally ranges between 40-50°F. Some types of salmon leave their birth stream almost immediately for the open ocean, some make their way to a cool-water lake first, and some stay in their birth stream for a period of several months to several years. These salmon eventually swim downstream to the ocean and exchange a freshwater environment for a salt water one, before returning to their birth streams to spawn. This makes them anadromous; catadromous fish follow the exact opposite migratory pattern, as they are born in salt water and migrate to fresh. Approximately half a percent of all the fish in the world are anadromous, as the ability to thrive in such a vast range of salinities is extremely uncommon.

 

Tips From Our Kitchen

 

When selecting salmon a good rule of thumb is to a large piece of center-cut salmon that you can butcher at home. Allow 4-6 ounces of raw salmon per serving. We like to use about ½ to 1 tsp of seasoning per 4 ounces of salmon. We always recommend going with less seasoning than more to start as you can always add more. Sprinkle on salmon about 10 minutes prior to baking, broiling or grilling and you're good to go. Mix this into a stuffing and bake in flounder, or put down a layer of Dijon mustard and turn this into an herb coating for halibut or tuna. This is also good on meats with strong flavor, like mutton or lamb chops.

Look for the designation “wild salmon” when shopping. Ocean- or farm-raised salmon are raised in pens; their meat tends to be flaccid and less pink, with a higher mercury content than their wild counterpart.

This blend is hand-blended with sea salt, sesame seeds, onion, orange, ginger, lemon, black pepper, cilantro and basil.

 

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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size1 tsp

Amount Per Serving

Calories9

% Daily Value*

Total Fat0g1%

Saturated Fat0g0%

Trans Fat0g

Polyunsaturated Fat0g

Monounsaturated Fat0g

Cholesterol0mg0%

Sodium287mg12%

Total Carbohydrate1.5g1%

Dietary Fiber0.7g3%

Total Sugars0.1g

Added Sugars0g0%

Sugar Alcohol0.0g

Protein0.3g0%

Vitamin D0mcg0%

Calcium13mg1%

Iron0mg1%

Potassium23mg0%

*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. These values were calculated and therefore are approximate. For more

4.7 out of 5
7 total ratings.

Rory C. (Verified buyer) 10/21/2021
NICE! Come to find out this not only good on salmon but is super on chicken and pork chops. Wish it could have a little less salt. Other than that it's a all around great seasoning.

Raymond S. (Verified buyer) 07/25/2021
Tasty Super pleased with this seasoning. Perfect blend. Been using it not just in salmon, but swordfish & mako shark as well. It perfectly makes dish complete, will definatley be a repeat customer

Paige V. (Verified buyer) 09/08/2020
Delicious on salmon... I used the seasoning on a piece of salmon from Bristol Bay Alaska. It was DELICIOUS. I brushed on olive oil with the spices mixed in. About 3-4 tablespoons of olive oil to 1 tablespoon of seasoning(adjust to your taste). Broiled the fish on low(one side/skin side down) for about 5 minutes or so, and brushing a second coat half way through. 😋

Adam B. (Verified buyer) 09/04/2020
This seasoning steals the show! This, by far, has become our favorite seasoning for fish! Everything about it is spot-on as it relates to flavor, balance of spices, appearance, and the texture on the fish. Bristol Bay Salmon Seasoning has claimed the crown as “king of fish seasoning” for our family!

Ernie P. (Verified buyer) 05/16/2020
Recommend!! If you love eating Salmon or Steelhead Bristol Bay Seasoning knocks it out of the park! I recommend this season with 5 stars!!

Pamela (Verified buyer) 01/21/2015
Bristol Bay Salmon Seasoning Let it sit overnight in the refrigerator, and baked it the next day. They said it was fabulous and they would serve it to guests again.

Robert K. (Verified buyer) 05/24/2018
It was ok I used in a good size salmon but it just didn’t have the ful flavor I was hoping for. I followed the suggestion and all. Will try again. But the taste of the flavors was good.
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