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This recipe went over big-time with guests that do not enjoy fish! The very finely minced red onions lend a slight crunch and the capers explode with each bite adding a salty balance to the sweet herby mustard sauce that covers the delicate fish. This recipe uses fresh dill. Quick enough for a weekday meal but delicious enough to serve company. Pair it with steamed vegetables or homemade coleslaw and a baked potato for a complete meal. This recipe was created for RSC #10. Good luck to all the entrants!

Recipe #243431

This is my quick-fix for when I have salmon in and have forgotten to do anything with it. Obviously it would taste better marinated but this is the quick fix and the flavours are reasonably strong anyway. It's not perfect and it's not the best salmon recipe you'll try but it's really quick and tasty and painless to make. I bake it with the topping/sauce, but I don't see why it wouldn't work if you would prefer to put it on afterwards.

Recipe #243169

You've had a long morning of snorkeling, and you're craving some jerk (no, NOT the hirsute one in the Speedo on the chaise lounge next to yours), but you don't want a heavy meal that might cause belly pooch over your bikini bottom. Well, The Kitchen Tourists have just the thing for you: fiery hot jerk salmon, resting on a bed of fresh crisp tossed salad with an island twist, all topped with a sweet and tangy tropical vinaigrette. There, now you're satisfied, and you can still rock that hot little outfit you picked out for the evening waterside festivities. Team contributions that made this recipe what it is are as follows: Captain evelyn/athens = warm allspice and nutmeg, Ed&Theresa = fresh salmon, fluffernutter = kicky ginger, MA HIKER = spicy hot peppers, Mandy from Oz = crisp cilantro, Laffer = cooling papaya, ms.susan = fire-taming coconut milk, TansGram = filling beans, Tisme = zingy lime, tunasushi = crunchy cashews, Muffin Goddess = sweet mango Life is good, mon! Enjoy! (P.S. special thanks to Team Captain evelyn/athens!) NOTE: as noted by a reviewer (and myself, actually, after the fact), the dressing recipe makes way more than you'll need for this salad. The dressing is good on just about any kind of salad (I know, because I went through A LOT of salad trying to use up my batch of dressing lol), but if you don't eat salads very often, you may want to half or quarter the dressing part when you make this. :)

Recipe #234870

This is the only way I make salmon my way. Very good and everyone just Loves It!

Recipe #230054

This is so good with fresh tomatoes (not recommended with canned) and smoked salmon or other cured salmon (don't use raw). If you don't like salmon, you can omit it. The mix of tomatoes and green onions does it for me, even without the salmon. I like lots of salt and pepper. A local Hawaiian place serves this, although their kahlua pig (pulled pork) is their most popular dish.

Recipe #67879

This dish is to die for. Serve with baby potato, asparagus, fresh steamed greens or a salad. A simple dish for a dinner party or to enjoy anyday. This dish is very simple and is best made with a good pure maple syrp -this will give you a superior flavour!Use pure maple syrup and ensure your mustard is gluten free if your diet requires

Recipe #219724

Fresh Salmon fillets, crisped bottom with crunchy top. For those who need heat cayenne or chilies can be added.

Recipe #178369

If you love garlic, you'll love this recipe! We love both Salmon and Garlic and this tasty recipe combines them both and ends with a delicious flavorful dish. Enjoy!

Recipe #101751

36 Reviews |  By Kimke

I don't remember where I got this recipe but it is totally sinful! We eat ALOT of salmon and I am always looking for new ways to prepare it. This is really different and has a very rich taste. It would be an appropriate dish for a special night or dinner party but is easy enough for a work night.

Recipe #31567

3 Reviews |  By TJW

Slow roasting the salmon makes the fat meld into the salmon not out of it. This is an awesome recipe from Gourmet magazine. Sweet and spicy, and a melt in your mouth salmon filet. Easy to make too!

Recipe #160252

From What's Cooking America. Delicious way to easily prepare salmon. So yummy! This recipe not only appeals to North America- U.S. and Canada- also fits quite well in French, Scandinavian and Eastern European cultures and cuisines.

Recipe #136443

This is an easy and delicious way to serve salmon. The cream keeps the fish moist and if you choose a dish the steaks fit in snug but not too tight, the amount of cream is not all that bad. You could try this with half cream; I have always used cream because it makes a nice sauce. The lemon quarters are served with the fish if you want to sharpen the sauce a little. This recipe is easily made for 2 or 20 people (the four servings in this recipe are just a guide line) as long as you cover the fish with the cream. Keep an eye on it, if the cream reduces too much you have to add a bit more. Nice served with parsley covered new potatoes.

Recipe #62177

Attractive and full of flavor, not to mention easy to prepare (oops, just did). You may certainly use PANKO breadcrumbs, but be sure to crumble them finely first with your fingers. This pairs nicely with parmesaned orzo and grilled zucchini.

Recipe #113881

This is by far, my favorite company meal. We eat this salmon very often. It is so tender and delicious. Everyone I have served it to has always loved it - even children. Don't be afraid of the cayenne pepper - this is not a spicy dish. The original version of this recipe actually called for more cayenne (3/4 tsp.) which you are welcome to try if you like it a bit more spicy. The salmon called for in this recipe is a whole side of a fish - do not cut up until after it is cooked. The skin acts as a moisture protector on the grill and also helps hold the fish together- it can be removed after cooking, if you prefer. Adapted from a similar recipe in Quick Cooking magazine.

Recipe #28088

I found this in a supermarket magazine and adapted it to suit my taste. It's really simple to make but looks impressive enough to serve to guests.

Recipe #218355

Carpaccio refers to a dish that has been very thinly sliced for presentation. This could we served as an entree for a elegant dinner. This comes from a book called ‘The Australian Heritage Cookbook’ by R & R Publications Marketing Pty Ltd

Recipe #218716

16 Reviews |  By chia

this is so easy, under 30 minutes, and no clean-up, courtesy of giada de laurentis. try it with grilled vegetables and fingerling potatoes.

Recipe #173426

3 Reviews |  By lazyme

We love our salmon in the Pacific NW. This is a wonderful salmon dish from the RSVP section of Bon Appetit, from Kincaid's, Bloomington MN. You need to plan ahead because the salmon needs to marinate in a brine solution for several hours. Time does not include brining.

Recipe #180330

This is my fav. comfort food. I got this recipe from my mother and changed it just a bit. You can use shrimp or any other seafood

Recipe #10309

2 Reviews |  By Ingy

This recipe is one of the easiest and quickest ways to serve salmon; it cooks in just 10 minutes. During the summer, try one of the great salmon species such as King, Coho or Sockeye. Recipe from Cooking Pleasures Magazine.

Recipe #117917

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