If you think seafood is "tasteless" and bland, then you haven't tried my broiled blackened salmon. It's so juicy and seasoned I've literally had people request the recipe for their wedding. Well, one time, but everyone loves it.
(1) purchase 1/2 lb of salmon (fresh water or farmed, former is more expensive but healthier).
(2) an hour before cooking, place the salmon in a marinade. About a cup of Worcestershire sauce, 2 tablespoons sea salt and 1/2 cup brown sugar. Don't over marinate as the vinegar/salt "cook" the fish by denaturibg the protein. Place in refrigerator.
(3) line a skillet with aluminum foil. Take the fish out of the marinade. Don't rinse it, but let the marinade drip off. Then slather the salmon with oil (I prefer virgin but any oil works). Place skin side down. Season with Lawry's Seasoned Salt, McCormick "Salmon" seasoning, garlic salt and pepper. Turn the broiler on high, rack 6 inches below the flame. Cook uncovered 9 to 10 minutes. The black comes from the seasoning turning color, not from burning the fish.
You will die it tastes so good.