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Steamed Salmon in Anise Hyssop Butter
: Sprinkle Jamaican Jerk Seasoning and McCormick's lemon & pepper seasoning over a pound of salmon, then broil or steam. For Sauce: Reduce in a sauce pan to 3 ounces: 4 ounces of fish stock; 2 ounces of Riesling wine; 1 Tablespoon of minced shallots; 1 t minced and crushed garlic and one tablespoon of fresh lemon juice. After reduction whisk in 4 tablespoon of butter.  Then stir in 1/3 cup of anise hyssop flowers.  Pour Butter over salmon or serve on the side.
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