You wouldn't expect to find salmon in a stir-fry. But when you're tired of the same old chicken or shrimp, try this high-protein, heart-healthy entree from Oxygen Magazine. The salmon really soaks up a nice orange flavor; pineapple or another juice might be tasty too!
DH fell in love with salmon with this dish, and we have been poaching fish in sherry or dry vermouth ever since. The herb-shrimp sauce makes it very special. I use dry sherry or dry vermouth instead of dry wine because they store indefinitely. The original recipe in "Simply the Best" called for reduced-calorie margarine, but I prefer using 1/2 butter (as long as the food doesn't swim in it!) and 1/2 olive oil. This is one diet-friendly recipe that doesn't seem like a diet recipe. In the old WW program one portion was 4 "thingies".
This is a quick and easy dinner. Pop the packets into the oven while you set the table and in 15-minutes you have a nutritious dish with virtually no clean up. Serve this with a rice or couscous dish and extra lemon on the side. This recipe was found at another web site.
Recipe adapted from Allrecipes. To quote the site: "This is a grilled salmon made with full bodied wine (Shiraz is best). It needs to marinate overnight for best flavor." My sister sent me this recipe and I thought that it really sounded good. Will be trying this this weekend!
*Cook & prep time does NOT include marinating time required.
Found this recipe on an internet site from France and personalized it to my taste. I was looking for something different and found this recipe absolutely met my expectations. Everyone enjoyed this perfectly stuffed salmon. Hope you enjoy!
If you wanted something as elegant and tasty as fresh crab cakes but you don’t have the money just now, this dish is a great alternative! These are not your run-of-the-mill salmon patties, nope. These are moist, thick, flavorful (yet mild) salmon cakes with a lot of eye appeal. They are certainly worth spending a few extra minutes on the details of this recipe. I love these for brunch with an old friend over a glass of Pinot Grigio or, as a light main entrée with green beans and some creamy pasta for side dishes. I usually try to submit versatile recipes in which changes make little difference but since this recipe involves only a small amount of canned salmon (you get about 1 ½ cans of salmon from the two cans once it’s been totally cleaned), any substitutions may significantly alter the flavor. I have listed a couple of viable substitutions that have worked out well for me in a pinch. Make this dish for someone special and, Bon Appétit, my good friends!
We went fishing in Canada this last summer and caught some wonderful salmon. This is a recipe I developed to use with them. It would work well as a stuffing for mushrooms too with a little Parmesan cheese on the top. It makes one whole salmon which works well for a large group or dinner party. You could also half it easily!
I discovered this recipe on the Betty Crocker web-site and with a few changes have found an impressive way to serve salmon. Great for a busy night schedule. We like to serve this with a nice ceasar salad and baked potato.
Living on the west coast, we have eaten a great deal of salmon. This is ABSOLUTELY the best way we have found to cook it. It is so moist and the flavor is fantastic! Many reviewers have said that they think the cheese, especially the cheddar is unnecessary, and I have to admit that I omit the cheddar cheese myself. The flavour is a little too strong and it is extra fat that is not needed. I do like the sprinkling of parmesan with the paprika because it looks so nice when it is broiled. Using light mayonnaise and light sour cream or yogurt tastes just as good as the full fat versions and cuts down fat and calories even more. Thanks for all the great reviews!
Wild-caught salmon is a huge perk of living here in the Pacific Northwest, and this is one of my favorite ways of preparing it. The sweetness of the brown sugar mixed with two kinds of Dijon mustard compliment the salmon beautifully. I have used both light and/or dark brown sugars and only one kind of Dijon mustard with great success. I've also baked this in the oven for 20 minutes at 375*, but grilling adds a lot of flavor to the salmon.
I have yet to try this recipe from the *Best Seafood Recipes* cookbook of the Australian Women's Weekly cookbook series, but it just sounded so good to me that I was impatient to share it here. I hope you will give it a try & *enjoy* the outcome.