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Blended 1/3 cup olive oil, juice of one lemon and Rosemary for basting. Placed one sprig of Tarragon on each piece of fish during last 10 minutes of barbecue.

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hensell November 05, 2002

WOW! This recipe is delicious! Loved the crusty topping on this salmon. The salmon was cooked to perfection. I used Atlantic salmon fillets and served it with Lo Mein and asparagus. Made for BB's Cookathon in Memory of her DH Ed.

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AcadiaTwo January 04, 2011

Very good. We will definitely make this again.

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GreenEyesCO April 18, 2009

Very tasty recipe. I cooked it a little differently -I didn't mix the crumbs in with the garlic parsley. I placed garlic mixture on the salmon without painting it with butter. Loosely covered the pan with foil baked the fish for ten minutes at 375 then sprinkled about a tbsp of Panko crumbs on each filet and continued baking this time 6" from heat uncovered for a further 12 minutes - perfect, moist salmon. Will make again

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Bergy December 04, 2008

This was first nervous attempt at salmon. I loved it! I skipped the breadcrumbs and added black pepper. Thanks for sharing, this gives me the confidence to try other fish dishes...

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Chef Mommy #6 November 20, 2008

I was actually looking for a grilled recipe, and don't care so much for breading, so I modified and thought I'd share because it turned out really well. I grilled the salmon steaks until almost done, and then I added the olive oil, mixed with garlic, salt/pepper, dill and parsley. The oil heated quickly, and finished the steak on top. Thanks for the inspiration!

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Rookie with a few Ball jars August 09, 2008

This was excellent! I substituted Japanese Panko breadcrumbs, (they are finer and more delicate tasting). I also reduced it to 3 garlic cloves.

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bholland675 March 08, 2008

It was a big hit with my husband and even I don't like fish all that much but this was a good recipe. The only thing I would do differently is reduce down to 3 cloves of garlic as It seemed to over-power the taste of the salmon. Also I used seasoned bread crumbs; that was a mistake on my part.

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Brayden'sMoM March 28, 2006

Wonderful ! I had no dill but will be buying some for the different taste. Almost over cooked the topping. Just watch it close for those last 2 minutes. Being so close to the broiler it can catch fire ! Anyway Delishious Thanks.

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Gilanntra January 15, 2006

Wonderful

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Chef Mike523 June 21, 2005
Grilled Salmon