Scottish Loch Salmon


  • Scottish Loch Salmon Fillets
  • Side of skin on and bones removed
  • Can be cooked from frozen
  • 9 extra large Salmon Steaks per pack
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About this product

Looking for a delicious and healthy seafood option? Our Scottish loch salmon fillets with one side of skin on are the perfect choice. Sourced from the pristine lochs of Scotland, our salmon fillets are known for their rich, buttery flavor and tender, flaky texture. Our salmon fillets come with one side of skin on, which not only adds to their presentation but also helps to keep the flesh moist and flavorful during cooking. Each fillet is carefully portioned and trimmed, so you get the best part of the fish without any unnecessary waste. We take pride in the quality of our Scottish loch salmon fillets, which are sustainably harvested and packed with healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Plus, our salmon is always fresh frozen as soon as possible, so you can be sure you’re getting the best possible fish for the longest period of time.

Whether you’re grilling, baking, or pan-searing, our salmon fillets are incredibly versatile and easy to cook. Simply season with your favorite herbs and spices and enjoy a delicious and nutritious meal in no time. Order our Scottish loch salmon fillets with one side of skin on today and experience the exceptional taste and quality that only comes from fresh, sustainably sourced seafood. After you place your order, your fillets will be delivered right to your doorstep, ready to be cooked and enjoyed.

Ingredients (Allergens in bold) – Scottish Loch Salmon (Fish)

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Scottish loch salmon can be prepared in a variety of ways, including baking, grilling, sautéing, and smoking. Some popular methods include:

  • Grilled: Brush the salmon with a little oil and season with salt, pepper, and herbs before grilling over medium heat for about 8-10 minutes per side.
  • Baked: Place the salmon in a baking dish and brush with a little oil and season with salt, pepper, and herbs. Bake at 425F for about 12-15 minutes or until the fish is cooked through.
  • Sautéed: Sauté the salmon in a little oil over medium heat for about 3-4 minutes per side or until cooked through.
  • Smoked: Cold smoke the salmon for a couple of hours, then slice and serve.

Regardless of the method, it’s important to cook the salmon until it reaches an internal temperature of 145F to ensure food safety.

Additionally, Scottish Loch Salmon is often paired with a side of vegetables, such as asparagus, broccoli, or spinach, and a sauce like lemon butter, dill, or honey mustard.


Scottish loch salmon pairs well with a variety of different flavors and ingredients. Some popular side dishes to serve with salmon include:

  • Vegetables: Grilled or roasted vegetables such as asparagus, Brussels sprouts, or green beans are a great complement to the delicate flavor of the fish.
  • Potatoes: Roasted, mashed, or boiled potatoes make a great side dish for salmon.
  • Rice: Wild rice, brown rice or quinoa will work well as a side dish, providing a nice contrast in texture to the fish.
  • Salad: A simple green salad with lettuce, tomato and cucumber can add a fresh taste to the dish.
  • Sauce: A sauce or dressing can add flavor and moisture to the fish. Some popular options include lemon butter, dill, and honey mustard.

-Bread: You can also serve with a slice of crusty bread like sourdough or ciabatta.

Overall, you should choose side dishes that will complement the flavors of the fish, but also provide a nice contrast in texture.


When choosing drinks to serve with Scottish loch salmon, it’s best to pair them with beverages that will complement the flavors of the fish. Some good options include:

  • White Wine: A dry white wine such as Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, or Riesling can complement the delicate flavor of the fish and provide a nice contrast to the rich, oily texture of the fish.
  • Rosé Wine: Rosé wine, especially those made from Pinot Noir, will also pair well with Scottish Loch Salmon.
  • Sparkling Wine: Sparkling wines like Prosecco, Champagne, or Cava can also be a great option, adding a refreshing and crisp taste.
  • Beer: A light-bodied beer like Pilsner or a Belgian-style wheat beer will complement the fish’s delicate flavor.
  • Cocktail: A Vodka Martini or a Gin and Tonic could work well as a pairing.

-Non-alcoholic: If you prefer a non-alcoholic option, you can serve sparkling water with a splash of fruit juice or a light, fruity iced tea.

Remember that everyone has different taste preferences, and you should always consider your guests’ drink preferences as well.

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