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Very tasty. I omitted the Panko.

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Lori Mama September 13, 2012

Delicious. My 4 year-old and my husband both liked it.

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af071175 November 13, 2011

Wonderful and incredibly light. My fillets were a little on the thin side so I will cut down the time a little next time as it was just a tiny bit dry. The entire family loved this, from fussy husband to in-laws to 1-year-old daughter, there was hardly any left for me! Will definitely make this again. I did sprinkle a little white pepper in with the tarragon which went nicely and served with steamed veggies and mashed the potatoes in with butter from Company Steak With Bearnaise Butter, yum!

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Amena March 09, 2010

Yum Loved the salmon.

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sunshinegirl324 July 14, 2009

Love this recipe! I use individual skinless salmon portions and it always turns out fantastic!

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bzsoccermom January 19, 2009

This entree was really good. I used a mixture of dijon and mayo and Italian style breadcrumbs. Thanks for sharing!

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Freda2 Brown June 26, 2008

Followed this recipe exactly using both salmon and tilapia. It was delicious. Curt called it "gourmet" and "perfection" and can't wait to have it again. I don't care for salmon, so had some tilapia and thought it worked very well. Served with baked yams and fresh asparagus. Thanks for posting.

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NanaD May 02, 2008

Really nice... I actually used tilapia since I had some fillets in the freezer. I went really light on the dijon and the mayo since I do not like heavy sauces on my fish. I also used the dill option only because I had no tarragon on hand... and some bread crumbs to top since I was out of panko. Really moist and delicious... not too heavy at all. I will salt the fish a little heavier next time, since it could have used it... went well with green beans and Roasted Baby Red Potatoes... thanks for sharing! I will be trying this with salmon and catfish very soon!

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atlfitgirl April 28, 2008

This was the best salmon we ever made! It was the moistest, easiest and quickest! The only changes I made was to add a sprinkle of garlic powder and onion powder and Lowry's seasoning salt on top of the panko. Be careful not to add too much or it will be too salty. I had 4 four ounce filets and cooked for 18 minutes at 400* It was exceptional!

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Hans'sFeistyRedHead February 15, 2008

This recipe was easy, easy, easy and tasted wonderful! I sprinkled the salmon with garlic salt, and used light mayo, dill, and panko. It made a wonderful dinner with rice pilaf and steamed broccoli. Thanks for posting this great recipe. I'll definitely be making this one again!

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Kendra* February 11, 2007
Baked Salmon Delight