Put salmon steaks into a buttered baking-pan with half a cupful of hot water and half a cupful of white wine. Sprinkle with salt, paprika, and grated nutmeg. Cover with raw oysters and crumbs fried in butter. Bake for twenty minutes. Take up the fish carefully. Cook together one tablespoonful each of butter and flour, add the liquor from the pan and a teaspoonful of anchovy paste. Cook until thick, stirring constantly, pour around the fish, and serve.
Season salmon steaks with salt and pepper, dip in egg and crumbs, put into a buttered baking-pan, and bake quickly. Serve with any preferred sauce.
Clean, bone, and parboil a small salmon. Rub the inside with salt, pepper, and grated nutmeg. Stuff with chopped oysters, minced parsley, and seasoned crumbs. Fold together, put into a buttered baking-dish, and bake for half an hour, basting with its own dripping.
Sprinkle a buttered dripping-pan with chopped onion, and season with pepper and salt. Lay salmon steaks on top, brush with the yolk of a beaten egg, cover with a layer of chopped onion and parsley, season with salt, red pepper, lemon-juice, and dots of butter, and bake for half an hour.
Use six small salmon steaks. Season with salt and pepper. Butter sheets of white paper a little larger than the steaks and lay on each one a thin slice of lean boiled ham. Cook together in butter a chopped onion, a handful of chopped mushrooms, a minced bean of garlic, and a tablespoonful of minced parsley.
Spread a thin layer on the ham, lay a slice of salmon upon it, spread with the cooked vegetables, cover with another slice of ham, put another piece of oiled paper over, and fold carefully at the edges. Bake in a moderate oven for fifteen or twenty minutes, and serve in the papers.
Cut salmon steaks into fillets, dip into melted butter and lemon-juice, fold in buttered paper, and bake for half an hour in a slow oven. Serve in the papers and pass Hollandaise Sauce.
Cut slices of salmon into cutlets. Beat together three tablespoonfuls of olive-oil, the yolk of an egg, a teaspoonful of minced onion and a tablespoonful of chopped parsley. Sprinkle the fish with salt and pepper, spread the mixture over, fold each piece in buttered paper, fastening securely, and bake for half an hour. Serve in the papers.
Cut slices of salmon into small pieces and put into a saucepan with pepper, salt, minced parsley, and lemon-juice to season. Add sufficient butter and fry carefully. Serve with Ravigote or any preferred sauce.
Wrap slices of salmon in oiled paper, fastening firmly, and fry in deep fat. Drain carefully and serve in the paper.
Sprinkle salmon steaks with salt and flour, brush with the beaten yolk of an egg and fry in hot olive-oil. Drain, garnish with fried parsley, and serve.