Frozen salmon can be cooked. Any icy glaze should be removed first by running tap water over the fish, and the fish should then be patted dry. It can be rubbed with olive or vegetable oil. More »

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Cooked salmon can be frozen for 2 to 3 months at 0 degrees Fahrenheit for best quality. Allow cooked salmon to cool completely before placing it in an airtight, freezer-safe bag or container. It can also be wrapped tight... More »

Whole salmon can be cooked many different ways from frozen; it just takes a little longer than fresh according to CookitFrozen.com. If the salmon was frozen soon after being caught, it may be even better than the fresh s... More »

A single, 1-pound lobster should be cooked in boiling water for nine to 15 minutes until it turns bright red. A 2-pound lobster needs to be cooked for a minimum of 15 minutes, while a 3- to 5-pound lobster requires betwe... More »

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Cooked shrimp can be kept for three to four days in the refrigerator. Fresh shrimp should be cooked within a day or two. Frozen raw shrimp lasts six months, but cooked shrimp should be used within two months of freezing.... More »

Smoked salmon, whether fresh or vacuum packed, can be frozen for three to six months when stored at 0 F. While frozen smoked salmon remains safe indefinitely, the flavor and texture begin to diminish after the recommende... More »

Cooking foil wrapped salmon over a barbecue grill involves preparing salmon fillets, placing them onto sheets of heavy-duty aluminum foil, seasoning the fish and wrapping the fillets in secure packets. The salmon packets... More »

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