Looking for a delicious and easy way to cook salmon? Try this creole salmon bites recipe! It’s packed with flavor, thanks to Ms. Mickey’s Super Creole seasoning, Hot Sauce, and Extreme Fiery Heat. Plus, it’s simple to make and can be cooked in just minutes. Serve with a dipping sauce of your choice and enjoy!
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1. In a preheated cast iron skillet heat 1/2 cup of peanut oil.
2. Season the chopped salmon bites with Super Creole, Extreme Fiery Blend,
3. In a bowl combine the seasoned salmon, flour, and toss well.
4. In a separate bowl add the buttermilk, Hot Sauce, and lightly whisk.
5. Dip the salmon pieces into the batter, then coat evenly with flour again.
6. Next, carefully add the coated salmon to the hot oil and cook 2-3 minutes per side. Fry thoroughly or until golden brown.
7. Remove fried salmon bites from oil and skillet from stove. Let the salmon bites rest for a few minutes before serving.
8. For healthier options (without the oils) try using Ms. Mickey's Air Fryer and the blends mentioned above with this recipe instead.
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