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Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Lightly oil a rimmed baking sheet before placing fillets skin-side-down on it and seasoning them with mustard and dill.
Lemon Garlic Cream Salmon
This creamy lemon salmon recipe makes a quick and delicious dinner that can be prepared in less than 30 minutes! Perfect when paired with roasted vegetables or rice as sides.
Season the salmon with garlic powder, salt and pepper before dredging each piece in flour. Heat the oil and butter in a skillet until the shimmer begins; add the salmon pieces, cooking 3-4 minutes on each side until browned and cooked through before removing to a plate for serving.
To create the sauce, whisk chicken broth into the hot pan and use a spoon to deglaze it before whisking in cream, garlic, lemon zest and thyme. Allow this sauce to simmer until thickening slightly before returning your salmon back to it in order to coat it in this delectable lemon cream sauce.
This creamy lemon salmon dinner makes an easy weeknight meal. Serve it alongside rice, quinoa or potatoes; or pair it with vegetables like spinach, kale or brussel sprouts for even more nutrition!
Corn Soup with Salmon
This recipe for corn chowder offers something different: salmon is nestled atop chunky potatoes and fresh corn kernels bound by creamy half and half for an irresistibly creamy treat! If you prefer something richer, feel free to switch it out for heavy cream instead.
This recipe uses fresh summer corn, but frozen corn makes an equally enjoyable choice all year long. Both options provide restorative, refreshing and elegant meals to serve guests.
If desired, puree some cups of the soup in a blender or food processor to thicken it without overcooking the salmon. When doing so, be careful only to fill your blender about a third full and work in batches – otherwise steam may expand and cause serious burns!).
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Salmon bowls have quickly become an internet trend for good reason – they’re absolutely delectable. Salmon bowls are like deconstructed onigiri: rice, fish and vegetables all topped with umami-rich soy sauce and creamy kewpie mayo for a delightful meal!
To prepare this dish, start by baking a salmon fillet flesh-side up in an oven covered in Dijon mustard and dried dill for a crunchy crust. Next, top your fillet off with seasonal veggies (zucchini and young radishes work great during summertime, while winter squashes and beets provide delicious flavour all year-round).
Kristin shares this expert cooking tip to make sure her salmon is properly cooked: To check its doneness, use a meat thermometer. Properly done salmon should have opaque pink flesh that flakes off easily with a fork.
This recipe can be prepared ahead of time; simply keep the salmon and veggies separate so the rice doesn’t absorb all of its sauce. Reheat in the microwave before topping with sesame oil and Sriracha as desired! Enjoy!
Sweet Chili Salmon
For those that like their meals spicy, this quick and easy weeknight dinner recipe will surely meet expectations. Combining sweet and spicy flavors, glazed salmon is served alongside rice and vegetables for an impressive weeknight feast!
Thai sweet chili sauce is a key component in this dish, available at most supermarkets’ Asian aisle. Packed with vibrant citrus, chilis and soy flavors, its citrus notes will complement the baked salmon perfectly.
Try pairing this dish with brown or white jasmine rice – or for something lower in carbs, cauliflower fried rice! Assorted veggies such as steamed broccoli, bok choy or shredded carrots also pair perfectly!