Introduction: How to Make Homemade Canned Salmon Using Pressure Cooker

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Why buy supermarket salmon, when you can have homemade great and healthy canned salmon that takes only 5 ingredients to make and you should have it ready in 2 hours max !

Equipment you will need:
● Cutting board

● Knife

● Three jars and lids

● Pressure cooker

● Metal rack

We will show you 3 different flavours in the instructions, but just by using your imagination, you can make endless combinations and satisfy everybody's tastes. Besides this being very delicious, the canned salmon is also a great source of protein and omega 3 fats.

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Step 1: Prepare All Your Ingredients

Specifically, you will need:

2 lb of Salmon

Juice of one Lemon

1 stick of fresh Ginger (4 inches)

A handful of Basil

A handful of Mint

1 all Garlic

1 tsp of Paprika

1 tsp of Curry

2 tbsp of Salt

4 cups of Water

Step 2: Cut the Salmon

Start by cutting the salmon in smaller pieces and placing it evenly into the glass jars

Step 3: Season Each Jar

Season each jar with lemon juice and salt

Step 4: Combinations of Tastes

Now the funny part. In the first jar, add the garlic and basil. In the second add paprika

and ginger. In the third add curry and mint. These are the combinations. But you can make endless ones, just think of all the flavours you can make.

Step 5: Close the Jars

Close the jars, but do not over tighten them

Step 6: Place the Rack Inside the Pressure Cooker

Place the rack inside the pressure cooker, add water and place the jars inside. The water should cover the fist 1/3 of the jars

Step 7: Turn the Cooker on

Place the pot in medium high heat and, when it starts to steam, reduce to a minimum

and let it cook for 90 minutes.

Step 8: Enjoy Your Canned Salmon

When done, don't forget to let the jars cool before handling them. Keep them in the fridge for up to 3 months if close, or for 7 days after opening.

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