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King salmon is an easy, flavorful option for any meal, and these recipes demonstrate different ways to prepare it.
Corn Soup with Salmon Bowls
Corn Soup with Salmon Bowls makes a tasty and comforting meal-in-a-bowl, packed with tender chunks of fresh salmon and sweet kernels of corn. A classic New England seafood stew that’s dairy-free – ideal for chillier nights!
Begin with a basic base of clam juice, chicken broth and potatoes before adding chopped onions, broccoli and bell pepper for flavor. Simmer until potatoes are softened and soup thickens up.
As your potatoes and vegetables cook, puree some corn to add thickness and add fish flavor to the chowder. This helps it thicken faster.
To prevent your blender from overheating and burning, fill only one-third of its capacity at any given time and vent its top to avoid ingredients flying everywhere during processing.
As soon as your soup is almost finished, stir in milk and half-and-half, corn kernels, salt, and pepper before simmering until the potatoes are softened (about 10 minutes).
Serve this rich chowder in large bowls alongside crusty bread for an effortless comforting and nutritional meal in minutes!
Smoked salmon is traditionally the centerpiece of this recipe, but you can substitute other firm-fleshed fish such as cod or halibut instead. A sprinkle of jalapeno can add some zest without making the dish overly spicy – perfect for dinner parties!
Ginger-Glazed Salmon with Carrots
Citrusy and fragrant, this one-pan dinner has it all: simple preparation, assembly and cleanup! Plus it makes great leftovers.
Broiler-baked salmon topped with honey mustard glaze is served alongside carrots tossed with spiced lime and almond dressing for an unforgettable feast without breaking the bank! Our meal will delight both family and friends without busting your budget!
Start by mixing together orange juice, soy sauce, vinegar, lemon zest, ginger and garlic for the ideal marinade. Brush this over each fillet’s flesh side before refrigerating for at least 30 minutes, or up to 1 hour if possible.
Preheat your grill to medium-high heat. Season each fillet’s surface with salt and pepper before placing on the hot grate to cook until a deep brown crust forms around its center when cut open (around 1-2 minutes).
Charred carrots make for a fantastic treat when celebrating any important event or milestone – they’re easy to prepare and cook, pairing nicely with protein-rich salmon as part of a balanced meal plan.
Lemon Garlic Cream Salmon
Pan-seared salmon in creamy lemon sauce makes an elegant yet quick and simple family dinner, easily available within 20 minutes. Ideal for busy weeknights when time is of the essence, it pairs beautifully with Instant pot mashed potatoes, roasted asparagus or steamed broccoli to round out a complete meal!
Cooking salmon skin-side down helps create crispy bites of flavorful salmon. Once it’s finished cooking, transfer it to a plate for resting.
Season the flesh side of salmon fillets with salt and pepper before patting it dry with paper towel.
Sear the fish over medium heat in a large skillet, being careful not to overdo it. Once both sides of the salmon have turned golden-brown in color and crisp texture, remove from the pan.
While the salmon is cooking, prepare a lemon sauce. Use the same skillet to saute garlic until tender before stirring in flour to thicken up your sauce.
As soon as your sauce begins to simmer, stir in chicken broth and lemon juice before gradually whisking in cream until your mixture has reduced in volume.
Return the salmon to the skillet and allow it to simmer in the sauce for another minute or so before serving. Lemon sauce is an eye-catching combination of richness, creaminess, lightness and brightness – perfect for complementing perfectly seared salmon fillets!