The first step is to cut salmon fillets into at least 6 to 8 portions or required as per servings followed by the removal of pin bones with a gentle hand using tweezers.
In a separate bowl, make a fine mixture of dried dill, lemon juice, and last but not least, the showstopper old bay seasoning.
Gently slide the fillets of Salmon onto the mixture and mix until they are properly marinated.
Refrigerate it for at least a couple of hours or a single overnight.
Meanwhile, prepare the grill or heat the non-stick pan with the avocado oil with medium stove heat
Place the fillets on the pan gently with the flesh side down. Make sure to place them separately to avoid breakage.
Cook each side for at least 4 to 6 minutes or according to the thickness of the fillet. Flip it when it leaves the pan.
After each side is cooked, slowly remove the fillets from the pan and place them on a platter leaving behind all the excess oil.
Serve with potato salad and fresh slices of lemon. Old bay salmon is ready in mere 20 minutes.