Sure you don't want to grill that salmon? Okay, okay, maybe you're out of gas, or it's too cold. We hear ya. Salmon is darn good baked, too.
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.
Spicy salmon with soy sauce, chili and honey. Also works well with bream.
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.
This is a baked salmon with anchovies on a roasted onion and tomato bed, topped with a butter and creme fraiche lemon sauce.
Salmon that tastes gourmet without the gourmet-time. This has become a requested meal from friends and family alike. Simple and delicious. For a meal idea, serve this with linguine covered in Classico(R) Alfredo sauce with sun-dried tomatoes. Add steamed green vegetables on the side.
Your salmon didn't need help swimming upstream, but he could use this flavor boost: A tasty crust plus fresh chutney.
Fresh, flavorful salmon in just 15 minutes! An easy spice rub featuring chile powder brings the heat to this easy baked salmon.
No need to get fancy with fresh salmon fillets. The simple flavor of lemon and green onions will do.
You the guy who asks for extra garlic on your garlic fries? Then you'll love this baked salmon, covered with a glaze of garlic butter.
A crunchy crust, sweet/savory glaze and perfectly cooked fresh salmon. These are the three powerhouses of flavor that await you in every bite of this easy baked 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.
You'll want beer, milk, or another tongue soother nearby when you eat this baked salmon, flavored with liberal amounts of horseradish and chipotle pepper. The addition of whiskey mustard adds a hint of manly, smoky flavor.
An amazing blend of flavors--including garlic, orange juice, balsamic and chili powder--become a sauce to pour over perfectly-baked salmon.
A recipe for a large salmon fillet -- maybe something fresh off your fishing boat? Very simple, too.
Enjoy this mix of native Caribbean, Spanish, English, and African spices. Then celebrate Caribbean culture by lying in a hammock--the word comes from the Taino word "hamaca."
Good fresh salmon doesn't need much fancy preparation to taste delicious. This simple mix of olive oil, parsley, salt and pepper will do you fine.
Tasty salmon steak flavored by a strong lineup of Mexican spices--including heavy hitters jalapeno and chili powder.
You'll like your vegetables when they're served in a fresh lemon-garlic sauce, alongside easy baked salmon. A healthy and surprisingly easy dinner.