I know this recipe by heart, I've made it so many times! It's the best way I've ever had salmon, hands down. Thank you so much!
I can't even thank you enough for this recipe. I'm a fan of plain salmon---I'll eat it any way. But I've got some picky eaters here, and let me say this. My 3 year old has turned her nose up at mac & cheese if it isn't *exactly* what she expects (yeah, weird I know). Well, she ate this. Fork after fork, and even w/sound effects "yummmmy! I like salmon" she said. Amazing. The combination of sweet, tangy, crunchy, nutty and the tender, mild salmon made her dad and I happy campers as well. So delicious and easy to mix up. I may even try this over chicken one of these days. Thanks for posting!
Fantastic salmon - we used horseradish mustard instead of dijon and it was amazing with the honey, walnuts, and butter in the topping. Have made several times now. Highly recommended, thanks!
This recipe is delicious!!! My husband loves salmon and I tolerate it, but not anymore...this is my new recipe for salmon! I put a little of the honey mixture on the bottom of my glass pan and had no trouble with sticking. I also drizzled some leftover honey mixture on top of the salmon once it was finished (had extra as I only had 12oz salmon to cook). This is so indulgent tasting and makes me forget I am eating fish!
~TigerJo~ Excellent, my DH loved it! This has gone to my Dinner Party Cookbook. I can hardly wait to do a whole salmon for a dinner party. I know every one will love it as much as we did! We used Wild Coho Salmon 2 large fillets there was enough for them both. I did not have any fresh parsley used dried but did not affect the taste also we used pecans awesome recipe! Will try olive oil next time as Meredith in Missouri did. We absolutely love this recipe and have it many times since I first posted again thank you so much for sharing ~TigerJo~!
Love this way of doing salmon - used Panko breadcrumbs and pecans as that is what I had. It was great!! Next time I would use a bit less butter, as I found it a bit greasy, but I loved it!
We have a stuffed bear in the house who is a huge fan of both honey and salmon so this recipe totally fit the bill! I loved the crunch the nuts gave this recipe. I've made a lot of salmon recipes over the years and this one is already one of my favorites! I also used fake butter and cut the amount used and it was so very yummy!
I don't like mustard but went ahead and used it. Fortunately you couldn't taste it much with the finally results. I also put this under the broiler for a few minutes when it was done to brown the top. This tasted good.
Very easy recipe. I had never cooked salmon before and this recipe turned out great! My husband loved it and I followed the recipe to a tee (except using dried parsley over fresh). Took 15 minutes exactly in my convection oven but like any meat, depending on the cut it may take longer (or less time) to cook.
YUM! What a delicious combination of flavors and textures. The mustard (I used a coarse country dijon), honey and walnuts were sooooooo good with the salmon. Directions for cooking were perfect. The only change I will make next time is to decrease the breadcrumbs to 1/8 cup and increase the chopped walnuts to 1/2 cup. Thanks for a keeper! I'm putting this recipe into my best of the best file. :)