HI all. Does anyone have a tried and true recipe for a lemon salmon sauce? I go salmon fishing every year in Alaska and am constantly trying to prepare it differently. I always like the lemon sauces I get at restaurants but after several attempts, I haven't had too much success in dialing in my own recipe. My go-to preparation lately for the salmon has been. de-scale it and dry the filet. season meat side. Heat skillet and fry it skin down. Then flip over on meat side for a few more minutes. It's the method I prefer the most. The fried skin is the best part. I've been to exactly one restaurant that serves theirs like this and it's always the best salmon I get. But with theirs, I am able to use my fork and break off each bite. With mine I have to use a serrated knife because if I don't the whole skin slides off. I don't know how this restaurant avoids that happening. Does anyone do a teriyaki sauce for your salmon? Thanks!