This is my preferred salmon recipe. It's so tasty! We leave out the salt and it's perfect!
I loved this. Its easy and tastes like it came from a restaurant. Thank you for sharing.
What a great, simple recipe!
I used Cilantro since I had it on hand. This will be a recipe I will return to often. We had been eating so much copper river salmon this past summer that I needed to mix things up with a new recipe.
What a great, easy recipe! I didn't have fresh parsley on hand, so I used a little pesto and thyme instead, and it came out great. Very moist and delicious!
I love this recipe. I make it about once a week for myself and my boyfriend. The flavors go together so great. Like another person said down there, that the lemon and garlic are balanced very well. Plus I have most of the ingredients on hand. Thanks for posting. I think I'm in love with this fish! Haha
This is an amazing recipe. It is surprisingly simple to make, but tastes like a professional made it. I cannot encourage enough for everyone to use the freshest salmon possible on this. We often will by fresh fillets at the grocery store and bring it home to be made right away.
Wow! First time cooking it. Super Easy! Very flavorful. I marinated for 45 minutes. I kept the salmon in the glass dish and just covered it with foil. Much easier than wrapping each piece. I used Lime instead of lemon. I will always cook this recipe when it's salmon time. Everyone at the table loved it and wanted more. $7.00 worth of salmon feed 3 people and tasted like a $20 plate at a fine restaurant. It turned out flaky and perfect!
OK, FIRST of all I am far from a beginner as my family is from Newfoundland and we grew up on Salmon. That being said, this is the BEST Salmon recipe I've ever eaten. I'm also a personal chef, so again kudo's for a recipe that is beginner simple, and yet elegant enough to present as a professional dish. The salmon is moist, bursting with flavor, and the whole house smells like a fine restaurant. A Dish.
Great recipe! Thank you soo much! I am a terrible cook and I finally made some edible salmon. I used cilantro instead, doubled the recipe for 1.5 lbs of salmon, and used 1/2 cup of oil. I covered it for 20 min with aluminum and then left uncovered the last 10 min. It looked beautiful. I also used atlantic salmon.
This was delicious! We ate the leftovers (as I made extra) this morning cold and it was still delicious! I would definitely cut the oil to half next time and add more lemon juice though. Thank you for posting!