Fish is a staple of healthy eating, so satisfy your salmon cravings with one of our favorite baked recipes.
Eating salmon or other fatty fish twice a week provides major heart-protective benefits associated with omega-3 fatty acids
found in fish oils, according to the American Heart Association. Use these creative recipes to start incorporating more of
this healthy fish into your weekly regimen.
Simple yet radically sophisticated, our first dish, Sesame Salmon with Green Onions and Lemon, comes together in less than 30 minutes. For even better flavor, if you have access to fresh ramps or baby leeks, use them instead of green onions, and sub pea shoots (or your favorite baby lettuce or microgreens) for the arugula.
View Recipe: Sesame Salmon with Green Onions and Lemon
A relatively quick and easy lunch sandwich to make, this recipe is ready in just about 10 minutes and is full of unique textures
View Recipe: Salmon Sandwiches
This five-ingredient salmon recipe requires just over 15 minutes to prepare and is guaranteed to please friends and family.
Enjoy garlicky-spicy snow peas on the side.
View Recipe: Salmon with Hoisin Glaze
In this quick and easy recipe, rich salmon, coated in almond meal, acquires a toasted flavor reminiscent of browned butter.
Serve with broccoli rabe, orzo pasta, and pinot noir.
View Recipe: Almond-Crusted Salmon
Creating this baked dish requires a good bit of time and patience, but by slow roasting the cured fish, the salmon has a velvety,
silken texture that will make the work well worth it.
View Recipe: Slow-Roasted Brown Sugar and Dill Cured Salmon
Sweet peppers, tangy lemon slices, and heady spices come together in this simple dish that yields tender fish and vegetables
in a flavorful sauce. Serve in bowls over couscous or basmati rice to soak up the tasty juices.
View Recipe: Moroccan Salmon
In this simple and nutritious entrée, almonds supply vitamin E, while salmon delivers a good amount of niacin. Vary the herbs
according to your preference; try dill, thyme, or basil.
View Recipe: Almond-Chive Salmon
In this dish, our readers have found that it isn’t necessary to season the salmon because the tomatoes, thyme, and garlic
already create a flavorful sauce for the fish.
View Recipe: Salmon with Roasted Cherry Tomatoes
This tangy citrus salmon has only 272 calories per serving and serves well with mashed red-skin potatoes or orzo tossed with
olive oil for a healthy, well-rounded meal.
View Recipe: Citrus Salmon with Garlicky Greens
Sweet, spicy, salty, sour—just four ingredients hit all the flavor notes in the sauce for this top-rated dish. Chinese-style
hot mustard has a sharp bite similar to that of wasabi. If you don't have it on hand, use Dijon mustard or 1 teaspoon of a
dry mustard such as Coleman's.
View Recipe: Sweet-Spicy Glazed Salmon
The sherry-glaze on the salmon is slightly sweet and is nicely countered by the bitter greens. Tip: Line your pan with foil
for easy cleanup.
View Recipe: Sherry-Glazed Salmon with Collard Greens
Ready in just 20 minutes, this salmon recipe is easy and the perfect way to incorporate more fish into your family’s regular
View Recipe: Citrus-Roasted Salmon
This easy, two-step pesto salmon is the perfect choice for a fresh and light meal for the family year-round.
View Recipe: Easy Pesto Salmon
Avoid complaints of fishy salmon by removing the skin that holds in the fish taste. Serve this stuffed salmon in a pasta bowl
to capture the flavorful jus, or broth, in the dish.
View Recipe: Fontina-Stuffed Baked Salmon with Herb Jus
Your friends will never believe how simple this beautiful dish actually is.
View Recipe: Quick Broiled Salmon with Vegetables