This is YMC’s comprehensive guide on how to cook salmon in the dishwasher for the whole company and have lots of fun in the process.
#1 Remember that the marketing manager doesn’t like pictures. (Don’t even try.)
#2 Search Pascal’s beer brewing equipment for the digital thermometer.
#3 Purchase an enormous amount of fresh salmon filet with its skin, biologically raised.
#4 Wash the fish and convince a colleague to cut garlic.
#5 Distribute the garlic, salt, pepper, rosemary and some butter over the salmon.
#6 Don’t forget thin and evenly cut lemon slices as a topping.
#7 Fire up the vacuum sealing machine and prepare some bags, open to one side.
#8 With the assistance of your dear colleague, slip the filets gently into your prepared vacuum bags. Don’t be scared of raw fish, it’s fun!
#9 Using this marvellous vacuum thingy of yours again, suck all air out and seal the bag. Heads up! You are almost done!
#10 Make sure that you understand your dishwasher’s program. Call the manufacturer, or do some measurements on your own. You want to heat it to 60° C for at least one hour. Not everyone is into sushi.
#11 Place everything in the dishwasher. Avoid overlapping fish. Start.
#12 In case you are anxious about what is happening in there, Pascal’s thermometer will give you peace of mind. (No, 28° C is not enough. Hold on.)
#13 In the meantime, prepare some potatoes or rice, salad, and cook lemons (without the paring) in cream to make a sauce. Yummy!
On YMC’s Instagram is some footage of what you can expect if you followed the protocol.
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