Instant Pot® Frozen Salmon Recipe
Instant Pot® is all the rage and here's why; these counter-top pressure cookers take salmon from frozen to fabulous in less than 5 minutes.
Frozen salmon fillets don't need to be defrosted before cooking--this Instant Pot® recipe will give you perfectly cooked salmon fillets in less than 30 minutes, from frozen!
To make this quick and easy salmon piccata, steam the fillets in an Instant Pot® while reducing a creamy sauce flavored with special onion-herb seasoning.
Carol thank you for posting this recipe. It got the AR Collective talking about what does and doesn’t work. I made this recipe this evening and based on the current reviews, made the following modifications. For my liquid, I used 3/4 cup water, 1/4 cup lemon juice, and 2T liquid aminos (use soy sauce if preferred). I put the frozen filets in the IP on the steamer rack, then poured the liquid over the fish. I seasoned my salmon with salt and pepper, because it will stick to the wet fish! I cooked it on high pressure for 4 minutes, did natural release for 2 minutes and finished with quick release. I think I could have just done a quick release and been done. The salmon was flavored well and cooked. I served it with the Back Burner Ratatouille from this site and quinoa. Picture uploaded.
I put potatoes and carrots in the bottom of the instant pot. I put two frozen salmon fillets on top. I set it for10 min on pressure with QR. YUmmy!
Worked well, in fact repeating it tonight. Quick, and easy to do fast.
only had one filet but it turned out delicious!!
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