Stuffed Salmon Steaks In White Wine Sauce

Salmon Steaks stuffed with a Spinach and Cheese mixture, sauted with a simple white wine sauce.
A Super Easy main course dish.
You can make your own stuffed salmon (see below) of if you have a Trader Joes near by they have a very reasonable quick frozen pair in most all there stores.

2 Trader Joe Stuffed Salmon Steaks defrosted
Chop 4 good size shallots into small pieces.
5 Tablespoons of Butter
1 T of Dried Mexican Oregano – any oregano or basil combo could work
1 t of Corse Groud Black Pepper


On low to medium heat saute down the onions along side the Salmon steaks. I did these about 6 min each side. After you flipped the Salmon steak
add 1/3 a cup of white wine and the
Juice of half a fresh lemon


Remove the steaks when cooked through to a plate and continue to reduce the onion, white wine butter mixture. Just a min or two more.
I returned the Salmon Steaks to the pretty La Chamba Blackware Handled Pan and took the dish directly to the table.


Here is a spinach mixture I could have used if I wanted to buy Salmon Steaks and stuff them from scratch.
Third of a package of frozen chopped spinach, defrosted with moisture squeezed out or better yet a saute about 3 cups of fresh spinach leaves in 2 T of butter and minced clove of garlic. Chop Spinach well and add 1/2 a cup of breadcrumbs, 2 T of milk, 1 egg (optional), salt, pepper. Put in the center of Salmon. I like to put this in the refridgerator for a couple of hours before cooking but not necessary.