This was delicious, the mayo gave the salmon a lovely taste, and the topping had a great 'crunch' to it. =)
This recipe is absolutley delicious! The original recipe was great, the crunchy topping was so good.
This recipe is so easy, and a keeper that I will make again and again. I used fresh wild Sockeye salmon, which is in a whole different league from other salmon. If you haven't tried it, please do, it will change your perception of salmon. I used panko bread crumbs and turned on the broiler for the last few minutes to brown the top a bit before plating. Really super super yummy.
Terrible. Might be great for people who don't like the taste of salmon. The mayo was over-powering, and the bread crumbs completely unnecessary.
Salmon does not need to be breaded. Period.
I expected more from this recipe after reading all the glowing reviews but I really didn't care much for it. The mayo taste clashes with the salmon and I didn't think the crumbs added anything. Sorry but I won't be making this again.
Made this more than once. Always a "go to" recipe when I need something fast and healthy. I use low fat mayo or Miracle Whip and can't taste the difference. Easy to make. Also use the Costco salmon fillets. Make sure your fillets are skinless. Great recipe.
Had a little over a pound of fresh sock-eye salmon and wanted to try something quick, both my hubby and I loved the taste of the fish with those ingred. on it!! The only thing I did diff., I used panko bread crumbs... made it crunchy!!
Easy and good. Fish stays moist even at high altitude.
Delicious! So quick and easy to put together. I didn't have lemon pepper but I squeezed some lime over the fish and sprinkled it with salt and pepper before adding the other ingredients and it was wonderful. Thanks!
Very good. I made the recipe as directed using 3/4 pounds of slmon. The salmon was a tad bit dry.