Do you get a white ooze when cooking Salmon?
Does your salmon often look like this when you cook it? Tried baking, frying, poaching it but this stuff keeps coming out?
Quick tip: when cooking salmon it is common for a white sort of cream to come oozing out all around the fish. Though it does not affect the taste. It can be found to be annoying and not pretty. But I found the trick to solving this problem, it happens because salmon is an oily fish, there are many oils within the fish itself. When cooking all of these oils come out in the form of this white ooze, normally from my own experience, when this happens the fish tends to become dry. Because now all of that moisture and oils meant to keep the fish succulent and juicy was just taken out.
I found a solution to this problem. To keep all the oils locked in, you need to dry out the surface of the fish. Before seasoning drizzle a little bit of vinegar on the fish and rub it in well. Continue your seasoning process. You will see that your problem will be resolved.
From my kitchen to yours