|Mix together the cream cheese
and heavy cream; set aside. Make the sauce (below).
Broil salmon until almost but not quite done -
we like ours relatively rare, so this doesn't take long. We usually buy
the long filets from Costco, so at this point I will cut the filet into
individual serving-sized pieces on the broiler pan.
Next, spread the whipped cream cheese
topping over the salmon filets about 1/4 inch thick. Top with grated
Asiago cheese and then sprinkle with fine bread crumbs. Place salmon back under the broiler
just long enough to melt the cheese and toast the top until golden in
To serve, drizzle Asiago sauce on each plate and
top with the salmon filet. Pass extra sauce at the table.