When learning how to fillet the whole salmon, the first thing you want to do is make sure you have a very sharp fillet knife, sharper the better. Also make sure you have a flat, hard surface to work on. Start by placing the fish on your cutting board in a comfortable position for you.
Make the first incision behind the gills, and continue straight down the backbone, but do not cut through it. Turn the knife and work toward the tail, using the spine as your guide. Once you reach the tail, the angle of the blade through the skin. You’ve just completed the first fillet.
The next step in learning Salmon Filleting(also known as “โรงเรียนสอนทำอาหารญี่ปุ่น” in the Thai language.) is to flip the fish leftover and started as before. Reduce the gills, perpendicular to the spine but not through it. Reversing a knife through the tail and continue to cut as before. Done fillet, with a fishing knife up.
Once the fillet has been cut, you need to remove the ribs. Slide the knife under the ribs and hold it at a slight angle and follow through the lateral line, cut off the ends of the ribs; ends by cutting through the abdomen to remove the ribs.
The final step in learning how to fillet the whole salmon is to cut away the fins and any other unwanted piece. Slide the knife under the skin and soft slicing through to remove these parts. Then remove pin bones, which can only be drawn out. From there, you can enjoy your fillet using your favorite recipe.