As someone who was teased incessantly at her last job for loving garlic "too much", I thank for you this recipe. I whipped it up in about 15 minutes and no one could believe that I didn't slave for hours. It truly taste gourmet! I didn't have any cloves, so I used a nice chopped garlic paste from the local gourmet grocery and it worked really well. I love how you can add more pepper and tone down the garlic for relatives or guests that aren't as fond of garlic.
This was very good! I used 3-4 Tbsp. of minced garlic instead of whole cloves, substituted butter for margarine and added kosher salt to the salmon and it came out fantastic!
What a terrific and simple recipe! I love cooking, but had never tried to cook fish before. This was my perfect first shot at it. It turned out wonderful! The only thing I did different is I used 1 Tbsp butter and 1 Tbsp olive oil instead of 2 Tbsp butter, then also sprinkled salt on the fish.
I made this for my 1st year anniversary and it was a HUGE hit. We ALL loved it! They made me make it a second time just to make sure they did. I must have made about 25 pieces of salmon this way in 1 night. Gotta keep doing this one.
Great recipe! I followed another reviewer's advice to let the garlic set in the melted butter for about 15 min. for more intense flavor. I serve this with peas and biscuits. It makes a fast and easy meal! Update: My dad needed a recipe for trout so I recommended this one. He didn't have lemon pepper so I had him drizzle a small amount of lemon juice with salt and pepper on each side. He thought it was absolutely delicious!
This was great and simple :)
Simple prep, pure/clean flavors and just what I needed for a busy weeknight. Satisfies, but doesn't leave you feeling stuffed. Thanks KCC
YUM!...I used minced garlic and added some garlic pepper also...served with lemon rice and spinich...soooo goood!...TYFS
I made salmon two ways tonight; your recipe was one of them. I found it to be nice and flavorful. Simple to prepare. I used minced garlic instead of pressed and topped it on the salmon. Thanks for sharing your recipe!