11 Reviews

This is very good and easy to make. I juiced 3 limes, pressed 3 cloves of garlic, used dried dill weed instead of fresh, and substituted sweet paprika for the celery salt. I did marinate my salmon for close to an hour and a half though. We grilled it on the gas grill and it turned out perfect. I definitely recommend this to anyone.

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aad2g February 03, 2009

We enjoyed this salmon tonight and I really appreciated how fast it was to put together. My husband thought that the lime was a bit strong so next time I might cut back on the amount of the juice as there was plenty for just the two steaks. Despite cooking salmon once a week and using my Foreman grill lots I, for some reason, have never done fish on it but that will change because it was so quick and cooked it perfectly. Thank you for teaching me a new method for cooking and enjoying healthy meals. Made for Healthy Tag.

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Sarah_Jayne October 28, 2008

This was wonderful. Full of flavor and my (4) yo ate it too. I didn't let it marinade quite as long, but the flavor was great.

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MsSally June 12, 2008

LOVED IT! I had to saute them on the stove since I had a cake in the oven and hubby wasn't available to barbeque them. I sauted in equal parts butter and olive oil. Edited to say I've made these again and they were just as good!

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puppitypup May 12, 2008

It was just okay for me. Maybe I would have liked it more on my gas grill instead of the Foreman one. It was limey enough but not enough other flavor. Maybe some olive oil would help. I am not sure, but it just was okay for me.

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chefpam September 09, 2007

I used some fresh dill for this, but otherwise followed the recipe as written. The flavors were excellent and I loved the ease of preparation.

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iris5555 August 16, 2007

Made this tonight and it was fantastic, followed the recipe to the T apart from i baked the fish for 20 mins at 200deg C, will do this again, this fish was tender and tasty.

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Simonacular August 12, 2007

I made this for Father's Day and it was a huge hit! Delicious and very easy to prepare!

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soldiergirl September 07, 2006

Yum. I had a nice wild sockeye salmon fillet and wanted the flavour of the fish to speak for itself rather than relying on a sauce or heavy spices. This was very easy to do with ingredients I had on hand - a company dish with weekday effort. I baked it in a 400 oven for 10 minutes on a foil-lined pan treated with vegetable spray. This kept the fish moist, flaking apart with a fork. The spices enhanced the fish very well. Thanks for a great recipe! I'll have to try this on the grill.

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dianabanana August 22, 2006

I did this on the broiler and came out beautifully moist. The short marinating and cooking times make this a perfect dish for a week night dinner.

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Irmgard July 15, 2006
Lime & Garlic Grilled Salmon