Making these recipes is a lot easier than reeling in a King salmon.
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.
A refreshingly easy lunch treat.
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.
A quick baked salmon dish.
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.
While not a traditional Filipino dish, my grandmother added the necessary proportions of canned pink salmon, tomatoes, onion, and loads of garlic to make this dish a Filipino family favorite.
This is a baked salmon with anchovies on a roasted onion and tomato bed, topped with a butter and creme fraiche lemon sauce.
This is salmon with lime and basil... I dislike fish and was trying to figure out something I would like - no luck, but everyone who has tried this raves about it!
Savory lemon dill salmon cooked on the grill in foil (no mess). It's quick and easy.
Honey and Worcestershire sauce combine into a delectable marinade for this easy, broiled salmon.
Need a new way to do fish? Or want to try salmon, but don't care for fish. This recipe is super easy and wonderful delicious. Take it from me, I am not a fish eater at all. Eat with any vegetable side dish and wild rice.
Add a little twist at your next salmon cookout: A dollop of spinach spread adds more flavor.
Poached salmon with a flavor boost from dill, lemon and cream.
This is perhaps not so obviously a dish thrown together from what's in the cupboard when one can't be bothered to go to the supermarket! Canned salmon is given new life with a spicy curry sauce and served over pasta.