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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.

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Daisy D Petals July 06, 2010

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

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lynx87 June 16, 2010

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!

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Kohtzy June 11, 2010

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!

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Patticake24 June 09, 2010

DELICious!! We did pistachios instead of walnuts. It was yummy. This recipe is a keeper.

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Marchellabella June 05, 2010

Delicious! We're always looking for a new way to eat salmon and this one was great. Didn't change a thing!

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athenalove46 May 10, 2010

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.

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lucentrip May 09, 2010

Awesome! just got finished eating. I used half the mustard, pecans, fresh honey and fresh chopped cilantro instead of parsley it was perfect.

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Digboo May 03, 2010

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.

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Jess&Ramon April 29, 2010

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!

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Pickles McGee April 21, 2010
Baklava Salmon (Salmon With Honey, Butter, Walnuts, and Mustard)