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Do you cook salmon on high or low heat?

Asked: Shane Hanson, Last Updated:

To get that delicious skin, make sure to cook your salmon skin side down on the stovetop over medium to medium-high heat. Also, make sure the fish is patted dry and comes to room temperature before placing it in the pan, both of these will help ensure that the skin gets super crispy.

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