Sydney Chef Mark Jensen Gives Tips On Cooking The Perfect Salmon

Get the pro chef's advice on what to look out for and how to cook the perfect salmon dish each time, plus try out his tips on our recipes


Salmon has one of the richest Omega-3 fatty acids content amongst fatty fish and can help boost brain memory and performance, and also improve cardiovascular health. (Photo: Pixabay)

It’s up there as the one of the most popular types of fish, but many people still find cooking salmon overwhelming. We sat down with Chef Mark Jensen to take some of the mystery away.

As one of the co-founders of popular Sydney restaurant, Salmon and Bear (be sure to check it out if you visit Sydney!), Mark knows a few things about cooking good fish. Just one taste of his seafood will leave you converted, dying to recreate the same dishes at home.

But many people still struggle to achieve that ‘perfect’ piece of fish, complete with a crispy skin and a juicy, wonderfully oily centre. Luckily, once you’ve got these simple tips down-pat, you’ll be on your way to creating restaurant-quality seafood.