My family wasn't thrilled with the onion, but skipping it alltogether produced an incredible easy to make meal. Served with young boiled potatoes, it made my family gorge themselves in a very unseemly manner :)
Easy to prepare and really delicious. I also replaced the onions with shallots and got very good results. Sauce has a great, rich consistency without being at all goopy or heavy. Will make this again!
Fresh dill is very important! Even with light sour cream, this makes an incredible thick, rich, restaurant-quality sauce. I substituted shallots for the onion and garlic to complement the salmon. Perfect cooking time and directions. A new favorite!
I thought this was great--fish was nicely cook and the sauce wasn't overpowering. I did cut back a little on the dill (it isn't DH's favorite), and even he liked it! I also used half dijon and half deli dijon (had some horseradish in it) as I was low on mustard, and I think the extra little kick was nice. Thanks for a great recipe!
This was an excellent recipe. I added double the fresh dill called for. I think next time I too will add a little more garlic. Otherwise an outstanding recipe. My children gobled it up. Thank you for a recipe that I will be adding to my repetoire of regularly cooked meals.
Very yummy! I followed the recipe almost exactly, except for maybe more garlic and dried dill. I'll be making this again!
My family and I love this recipe. I have made it numerous times now. The only changes I always make are to use low fat or fat free sour cream, and I sometimes add a squirt of mayonnaise, it tends to add a little extra flavor. And I BBQ it.
Very easy to make and had great flavor. I will make it again, but maybe change up the herbs used in the sauce just to try something different.
This was so easy to make and I loved the taste of it. Thank you for sharing :)