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This is just about the only way that I really like salmon, and I have to give credit to my cousin for the idea. The salmon can be served hot or cold, it's good either way. A simple recipe that whose presentation would be great for a formal party, or a simple dinner.
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Make the sauce
Remove the stems from the dill. Put the dill, juice from the lemon, capers and mayonnaise in a small food processor and process until all the ingredients are well mixed.
Prepare the salmon
Take a long sheet of foil longer than the salmon filet and lay it out the counter. Place the fish on the foil. Put the sprigs of dill on the fish and capers. Squeeze the lemon over all and dot with the butter. Fold up the side of the foil lengthwise and seal, then fold up the side short sides of the foil, so you have a long package.
Put the package on a cookie sheet, or pan, and place in a 350 oven for about 20 minutes. Remove from the oven.
At this point, you can place the package on a platter, open it and remove the dill, and replace with more fresh dill if you have it.
Serve with the green sauce.
Heavy duty foil is better than regular foil, but regular foil will work in a pinch, just make sure the seal is really good.
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