Get a healthy dose of omega-3 fatty acids from these salmon dishes that earned top marks from readers.
A sweet-salty marinade and unique fruit-filled sauce made this recipe stand out for Michael. "I made this tonight and it scored a 10. In fact, one of my friends said that it was the most perfectly cooked salmon he
had ever had. Bottom line: quick, easy, and perfect. This is now my new summer salmon staple."
View Recipe: Marinated Salmon with Mango-Kiwi Relish
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Try Tori's side-dish suggestion for a meal that's fit for company but still easy to put together: "This was fantastic! My husband
and I love salmon and are always trying to find new ways to prepare it. We served it with mashed potatoes and they were the
perfect accompaniment to the spinach. We will be making this again. This is worthy of a special occasion. This is a restaurant
View Recipe: Spice-Rubbed Roasted Salmon with Lemon-Garlic Spinach
This eight-minute, seven-ingredient recipe is a regular on 316believer's table. "This is one of the best salmon recipes I have ever tried. We eat salmon a few times a week and this is the most
requested by my picky husband. It is perfect just for the two of us, but would be wonderful for guests as well. It is fast
(one of my favorite last-minute work-night meals). It is just delicious."
View Recipe: Broiled Salmon with Marmalade-Dijon Glaze
A secret herb was the key to this recipe for croquette conoisseur klasshen, who also offers a tip. "Delicious! I've made dozens of different salmon croquette recipes, but never with tarragon. The
tarragon adds such a unique taste. I highly recommend chilling the mixture according to the directions. I skipped the chilling
and had a hard time getting the patties to stay together.
View Recipe: Salmon Croquettes with Rémoulade
Smarty really loves this versatile and easy recipe, writing, "This is hands down one of my most favorite recipes. It's simply amazing.
It's a complete knockout. Make sure to line the broiler with aluminum foil, though, as it does leave a bit of a sticky mess
behind. I'm made it with salmon (my favorite) and chicken (also good, but not as good as the salmon). You'll love this. Make
View Recipe: Bourbon-Glazed Salmon
This turned out to be a perfect party hors d'oeuvre for Claire. "I made this dip over the weekend for my grandma's 90th birthday. It was fantastic, and everyone loved it. This was so simple
to make, and the resulting color and flavor were amazing. I will definitely make this again."
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon Dip
Spicy heat from prepared horseradish and Japanese wasabi plus a crisp potato crust highlight the natural flavor of salmon
without overpowering it in this dish. That and a 10-minute cook time enchanted Layla, who said, "This recipe is unbelievably flavorful, and a perfect complement to the salmon. I am not a huge fan of salmon,
but I just love this recipe, I will definitely make it again and again. It's a snap to prepare, easily done on a worknight."
View Recipe: Potato and Double-Horseradish Salmon
Fresh rosemary and a little maple syrup infuse aromatic and faintly sweet flavor into this speedy salmon dish.
View Recipe: Orange-Glazed Salmon Fillets with Rosemary
Finish the salmon under the broiler to caramelize the glaze into a tasty browned crust. Serve with roasted potato wedges and
View Recipe: Salmon with Maple-Lemon Glaze
Spice up fish night by giving salmon a delectable 4-ingredient rub before cooking. A quick quinoa-vegetable salad rounds out
View Recipe: Broiled Salmon with Peppercorn-Lime Rub
Sweet and citrusy, this salmon and spinach salad is a great way to cool down a hot summer day.
View Recipe: Grilled Salmon and Spinach Salad
This five-ingredient salmon marinates for eight minutes then cooks for eight minutes and is guaranteed to please. Enjoy garlicky-spicy
snow peas on the side.
View Recipe: Salmon with Hoisin Glaze
The salsa brings the heat as a topping to the salmon, but if you prefer a milder relish, remove seeds from the jalapeño before
View Recipe: Grilled Salmon with Smoky Tomato Salsa
This Asian-inspired fish is a great weeknight meal, and you can save more time by purchasing pretoasted sesame seeds. Look
for them in the spice aisle.
View Recipe: Miso-Glazed Salmon with Wilted Spinach
Slow roasting the cured fish gives the salmon a velvety, silken texture.
View Recipe: Slow-Roasted Brown Sugar and Dill Cured Salmon
Bring new life and exciting citrus and orange flavors to your salmon with this sweet glaze-topped fish.
View Recipe: Salmon with Satsuma-Soy Glaze
Skip the beef and serve a Mexican-inspired salmon burger topped with a fresh lime-cilantro mayonnaise sauce. A spinach salad
with a sweet, slightly spicy Asian-influenced dressing makes a tasty accompaniment.
View Recipe: Fresh Salmon-Cilantro Burgers
Skin-on salmon fillets provide the best flavor and texture for this recipe.
View Recipe: Crispy Skin Salmon with Fiery Asian Slaw
Tangy tomatoes, sweet oranges, and briny olives bring lively color and bold flavor to this simple dish.
View Recipe: Tomato-Citrus Salmon
For best results, choose salmon from the meaty center of the fish and avoid portions cut from the tail section (where the
body starts to taper). Tail-end flesh contains more connective tissue than center-cut fillets. Use black sesame seed buns,
View Recipe: Salmon Burgers
Smoked paprika emphasizes the grilled flavor of the fish, while Spanish chorizo adds a smokiness to the dish.
View Recipe: Grilled Salmon with Chorizo and Fingerlings
By pairing this superfast recipe with a light salad, you can impress guests and have time to enjoy the meal.
View Recipe: Salmon Croquettes
The crisp cracker crust of this pizza makes a pleasing contrast to the velvety soft salmon.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon Thin-Crust Pizza
The red pepper salsa packs a punch as a topping to traditional pan-grilled salmon that's full of flavor.
View Recipe: Pan-Grilled Salmon with Red Pepper Salsa
Although smoked Irish salmon is traditional, any smoked salmon will work in this dish—just make sure to purchase smoked wild
salmon because it's a sustainable choice.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon with Tangy Horseradish Sauce
King (also called chinook) salmon is the best quality and works well in this dish, though sockeye works. Use a peach that's
just ripe so it's juicy, but still holds its shape.
View Recipe: Grilled King Salmon with Tomato-Peach Salsa
This salmon does have a bite of raw garlic, which can be countered by dropping the clove in boiling water for 1 minute to
blanch, then proceeding with the pesto.
View Recipe: Salmon with Red Pepper Pesto
Briny olives, sweet grapes, and rich salmon match well with the balance of earthiness and acidity found in a pinot noir. Substitute
picholine or other green olives, if necessary.
View Recipe: Plank-Grilled Salmon with Grape Relish
Bok choy and low-sodium soy sauce combined with salmon provides tasty Asian flavor with a heart-healthy dose of omega-3 fatty
View Recipe: Salmon and Bok Choy