Salmon is rich in nutrients such as protein, vitamins and minerals. Many people will like to eat salmon. So do you know how to store salmon in the refrigerator?
Generally speaking, salmon is wrapped in plastic wrap and stored in the refrigerator for 1-2 days. Remember not to get water in it to avoid corruption, but it needs to be eaten as soon as possible to ensure freshness and nutrition. Generally speaking, the temperature of refrigerated salmon is around 5°C.
For frozen salmon, the shelf life can generally be up to half a month. Before eating, it is thawed and sliced and cooked.
If it is a whole fish, be sure to cut it well and then save and cut into fish fillets. Wrap it tightly with plastic wrap and quick-freeze it. It can be stored at -18℃ for up to 3 months. If you are cooking fish sashimi, it must be thawed naturally in a fresh-keeping refrigerator at -2°C to -4°C, which usually takes more than 6 hours; if it must be thawed at room temperature, pay attention to the time. The fish meat is not completely softened as the standard at -2 At a temperature of -4 degrees, fish fillets can only be stored for a maximum of 48 hours.
It should be noted that frozen salmon is no longer suitable for eating raw. Braised, fried, etc. are recommended.