This recipe (inspired by Hawaii) is quite good for hot summer days and it doesn't take too long to prepare.
My boyfriend's work pals and his boss loved it!
Cinnamon, coriander and sugar combine to make a sweet and spicy glaze on this easy grilled salmon.
Fresh veggie relish on easy grilled salmon makes for a simple and light weekday dinner on the grill.
For very fresh tuna, a quick season and sear is all you need.
Salmon and veggies cook up on the grill in foil packets. The limited-mess style makes this a great camping recipe.
Salmon with a wow factor: Ginger and red pepper flakes bring the heat in a different type of marinade for grilled salmon.
The classic flavor of mustard--likely invented by the Romans--and Mediterranean olives combine to flavor bakes salmon.
Sweet and smoky whiskey mustard flavors this easy baked salmon.
Easy salmon patties to eat on their own (hi, low-carbers) or to pile on with your favorite condiments for a salmon burger.
Vinegar lovers will get a thrill out of this easy grilled salmon flavored with a balsamic vinegar reduction.
An amazing blend of flavors--including garlic, orange juice, balsamic and chili powder--become a sauce to pour over perfectly-baked salmon.
Salmon is not exactly a Cajun cuisine staple, but that doesn't mean you can't use Cajun flavors on it.
Turn up the heat on fresh salmon fillets with this blend of Southwestern flavors--some smoky, some spicy, some sweet.
Salmon gently cooked in a spicy wine broth, then topped with a creamy horseradish sauce.
Here's a tasty fish dinner you can have ready in just 15 minutes. A simple mix of herbs and spices from your pantry serve as the flavor lineup.
Major flavor, minor cooking time. Garlic and chili powder flavor these quick-cooking salmon fillets. Would be a good choice for fresh-caught salmon at the campfire.