I’m so in love with the steam assist technology feature on my KitchenAid range. I’ve been blowing off steam for months now and not just vegetables mind you. You can steam everything from cheesecake (which I will be sharing with you SOON and trust me you’re going to want to make that one) to fish (at different times of course because clearly who would want to eat fish and cheesecake at the same time right?). The steam assist technology feature is such a smarty pants it takes ALL the guess work out of figuring out what temperature to steam at or for how long.Because honestly the only time I want to rack my brain with math is if I’m figuring out the % off a shoe sale or when I’m tallying up invoices. Then I’m suddenly a math whiz. Truth.
When it was time to steam fish it was a no brainer for me. Salmon is one of my favorite fish. Specifically Copper River Wild Alaskan salmon. King or Sockeye are my preferential varieties. These pictured happen to be sockeye salmon filets. They’re bright, bold and melt in your mouth like butter when cooked. Seasoned with salt and pepper they’re incredible but we’re taking it uptown with the addition of a crispy slice of salty spectacular prosciutto. Did I just hear you say mmmm?
While you’ve got the steam on you might as well steam up a side of asparagus. Work smarter not harder.
Get our recipe for STEAMED SALMON with PROSCIUTTO on KITCHENAID’s BLOG.