I always think that salmon is more delicious than cooked, because it often feels that the meat is dry and tasteless after being cooked, but this time it is rich in taste, and it is not difficult at all. It is also good to sell, quite suitable for banquet dishes. .
The salmon pieces are marinated in salt, pepper and olive oil for more than two hours (the salt is not too much, because the bacon is also salty).
Place the marinated salmon pieces on the bacon and thicken them into a more neat shape.
Wrap the salmon in bacon and wrap it as much as possible. If it is easy to spread out at the end, you can fix it with a toothpick.
Pour a small amount of oil into the pan. After the oil is hot, put in a bacon salmon block. Slowly fry on a small fire. Fry for 1-2 minutes on each side. Avoid too much fire, so that the bacon is not cooked.
After frying until a few sides are browned, turn off the fire and keep the fish in the pot. Let the salmon fully absorb the juice from the bacon. At this time, preheat the oven to 200 degrees. (If you don't have an oven, you need to lengthen the cooking time to avoid the ripeness of the fish.)
After the oven is warmed up, cut the fish pieces into sushi pieces, sprinkle a little salt and pepper in each piece, and sandwich a small piece of cheese (no or no clip)
Bake in the oven for 5-10 minutes, remove and squeeze a little lemon juice on the surface.
Cheese slices are not required, and some cheese powder on the surface is also very good.