Sockeye salmon doesn't have as much fat as King Salmon, but what it lacks in oil it more than compensates for with its vermillion hue and endless flavor. Like chicken breast, Sockeye salmon can easily be overcooked, which is why this slow roasting technique works so well. By putting the salmon in a low temperature oven, it gently cooks, guaranteeing an ultramoist piece of salmon, that melts in your mouth like butter. Served on a bed of sauteed spinach with a coconut cream red curry, it's a delightful Southeast Asian entree that pairs perfectly with a mound of Jasmine rice.
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