lime butter salmon

One of John's employees went fishing with her family last week and caught ton of fish.  It's a good thing that John is a good boss (and you can only consume so much fish before you get tired of eating it) because she was generous enough to give us some.This is especially nice because this is all we have to show for our fishing efforts... Empty nets... My dad and Paula came over for dinner on Sunday night and I tested out a new fish recipe (I made it up from several different recipes I found).  My dad is not a huge fan of red salmon, he swears it's too dry.  So, I figured I would cook it in something that would make it not dry (like butter).  It turned out moist and delicious! Lemon Butter Salmon (serves 4) 2 medium sized fillets (I think we had about 1/2 a fish) 1 clove garlic 1/4 cup lime juice 1 tsp salt (I used less because I salted and peppered the fish before I put it in the pan) 1/2 tsp pepper 1 stick butter (I used 1/2 stick of butter and 1/4-1/2 cup olive oil) Preheat oven to 400°F Melt the butter (I did mine in the microwave).  Crush the garlic into the melted butter, add oil, lime juice, salt and pepper. Salt and pepper the fish and place in a baking dish (if the skin is on, no need to grease, if there's not skin on your fish, I would give the pan a spray of oil).  Pour the butter mixture over the fish. Bake uncovered for 15ish minutes (until the fish is done to your liking).  I pulled it out a couple of times during cooking to baste it with the sauce. Enjoy!