What is Salmon Skin?
Salmon skin is the skin from the salmon fish. It is grey and scaly with a soft texture. Often salmon skin is crisped via high heat. This adds a nutty taste to the fish flavored skin and a crackly texture that is pleasing to the mouth. Salmon skin is often used in Japanese dishes such as sushi or other fish dishes. Generally salmon skin is used as a garnish and flavor enhancement to dishes.