This pan Seared Salmon with Garlic Scapes Butter, is one of our favorite garlic scapes recipes! Done in under 20 minutes, it is a perfect weeknight dinner!
Two years ago is the first time we planted garlic! So last season, I had a ton of lovely garlic! The added bonus of growing your own garlic is that as part of their culture, you must remove the flower buds in June so that the bulbs will get extra large! This is what’s known as the scape of the garlic. It is absolutely delicious in so many things!! I made Garlic Scape Pesto which I used for this Chicken Florentine Pesto Pizza. I also made a couple pounds of Garlic Scape Butter!
For years I have searched fruitlessly for garlic scapes at the farmer’s markets. Apparently, garlic farmers do not realize that the scapes can be sold. (Or they hoard them all for themselves! 🙂 In which case, I don’t blame them a bit!) I would look at all of the posts on other food blogs with garlic scapes and utter a sad sigh! 😞
This Seared Salmon with Garlic Scape Butter is so tender and delicious! Of course, in all honesty my family would not complain if we had salmon 8 days a week! Have you ever tried Garlic Scapes Recipes? Leave me a comment below! Keep your eye out on BCC because I have lots more ideas for Garlic Scapes in the future! Thanks for stopping by today!
Enjoy! And have fun cooking!
This salmon is on the table in less time than it will take you to make a salad!
- 4 3 oz filets of salmon, skin on
- 2 Tbsp garlic scape butter
- 1 tsp black pepper, to taste
- 1 lemon, fresh squeezed
Let salmon sit on counter for 10-15 minutes before searing.
Add garlic scape butter to a non stick frying pan. Recipe for butter is here.
Place salmon skin side down, over medium high heat. Sear for 4-5 minutes, until golden. Flip salmon carefully and sear the other side until golden, internal temperature should be about 135°F for medium rare. Don't overcook.
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