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Delicious and a snap to make. I've made this with both walnuts and pecans and once did a 50-50 mix. All were delicious. Great with steamed spinach and rice also.
Great recipe. Also works with other types of fish (VERY) well. Such as sole. I also used pistachio nuts instead of walnuts or pecans, worked amazingly well! Thanks
Another 5 star for this one! We thought it was excellent! We made just as directed, only we halved the ingredients and only made with 2 salmon fillets. We used pecans this time, but can't wait to try the other options as well. Thanks for such a fun and different recipe!
I LOVED this recipe! We eat a lot of salmon and are always looking for new ways to prepare it. This is now my favorite salmon recipe. It was so good! I made it exactly as the recipe stated but in the future I will try it with different nuts, especially pistachios that Marchellabella did! Thank you for this great recipe! It's super easy and fast too, so it's a great weeknight dinner!
DELICious!! We did pistachios instead of walnuts. It was yummy. This recipe is a keeper.
Delicious! We're always looking for a new way to eat salmon and this one was great. Didn't change a thing!
I LOVE this recipe. Even my father, who doesn't love salmon, thought this was great. I doubled the recipe and used three different mustards (honey dijon, white whine dijon, and stone-ground dijon). I used clover honey as well. I also used Panko breadcrumbs, for extra crunchiness. At my mother's request, this is what I prepared for Mother's Day today. I supplemented it with a salad that included walnuts, chopped apricots, cranberries, mixed greens spinach, tomatoes and cucumbers, as well as fresh french bread and fresh corn on the cob. Altogether a delicious meal! I also cooked a little longer than specified, about 25 minutes, because I doubled the amount of salmon.
Awesome! just got finished eating. I used half the mustard, pecans, fresh honey and fresh chopped cilantro instead of parsley it was perfect.
This is one of the best salmon recipes. We decided we like it better with little or no parsley. We've made it quite a few times with both farm raised and wild salmon and it was great both ways.
I brushed the salmon with prepared honey mustard instead of mixing mustard and honey, and skipped the butter. After I topped the salmon with the crumb mixture I sprayed them with olive oil. They were crispy and delicious!