Think your commute is bad? Try swimming hundreds of miles upstream. This tough customer is one of the few fish that holds together on the grill.
This is a salmon marinade that I created and I really enjoy. Although the ingredients sound spicy, it actually comes out zesty. I cook my fillets in the marinade on a small George Foreman style grill. I create a "boat" out of tinfoil with an open top, so the top burner is touching the meat. They take about 8-10 minutes to cook using that method.
Delicious salmon patties that can be served as a delightful midday snack, or as an entree at dinner time.
A refreshingly easy lunch treat.
I love to fish for salmon, so by the end of summer we have a freezer full of fillets. This salmon recipe is easy to make and everyone loves it.
This marinade is great for grilled salmon. It works well with any cut of salmon. However, I typically use salmon fillets. I like king salmon best but it works well on any type of fresh salmon. This marinade is enough for 3 pounds of salmon.
The secret: A mix of fresh and smoked salmon, adding just a touch of tenderness. Fresh dill and lemon zest enhance the flavor of the seafood, don't leave them out if you can avoid it.
Great as an appetizer, serve this cheesecake with crackers.
This is a new one, and it is amazing.
A delicious twist to salmon. The salmon is almost secondary to the delicious mixture of this sauce.
This easy to make recipe is good for even non-fish eaters.
This is a very simple brine for salmon. After soaking overnight, we prefer to smoke the fish, but this brine works just as well for grilled, baked or broiled salmon.
Slight smoke, and lemon make this a perfect dish. Not real fishy.
A quick baked salmon dish.
Light and mild flavored sauce adds just the right flavor to this wonderful fish.
Fresh ingredients are important when making this delicious, gourmet meal. Fresh lemon and thyme flavor the fish.
Put this simple sauce on your salmon fillet prior to baking. A little dill, mustard, and mayonnaise are spiked with cider vinegar for a delicious glaze of flavor.
You don't have to labor for hours to prepare this healthy& good tasting meal. Using canned or fresh cooked salmon along with everyday kitchen ingredients, you can create a quick and healthy dish without knowing it.
Great Southern meal--great for kids.
I was bored with regular Canadian Bacon, and had some smoked salmon left over, had to try it, and now it is a hit for my friends and family. For ease, and easier cleanup, I use a sauce from a pack, turns out just fine.
Seems like most salmon + dill recipes require cream. I didn't have any, so I whipped this up with a flour-based white sauce, which worked pretty well! The leftover sauce goes great on some brown rice. This is fun to cook, since you need to juggle the fish and the white sauce at the same time.