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Absolutely great tasting salmon, & your recipe is very easy to prepare! The only thing I changed was to use lemon pepper instead of the usual S&P! Thanks for sharing this great recipe! [Made & reviewed in I Recommend recipe tag game]

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Sydney Mike April 16, 2011

I also found this recipe on the Food Network while looking for healthy recipes to make in my new cast iron skillet. I made it just as directed and it was fantastic, the mustard gives it a great little zing!

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CaliforniaJan March 14, 2013

Very good. I didn't have Dijon so used 50/50 miracle whip and regular mustard. Too miracle whip-y. Used frozen salmon from Costco, thawed. No skin so I didn't sear it. Cooked about 10 minutes, then broiled a little to get the Panko browner.

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sheepdoc February 24, 2013

I found this recipe on Food Network (Barefoot Contessa). Absolutely loved it! Was going to post it, but found this is exactly the same.

When I decided to cook salmon, I knew that my husband and 2-out-of-three kids don't like it. But, knowing that it is good for them, I decided to try and find a recipe that might take the sting out of eating it. To my surprise, EVERYONE really like it. I am thrilled to have found a way to prepare it that they enjoy. My salmon didn't have skin, so I skipped the cooking in the pan part [saved calories not cooking it oil, too]. I didn't have dijon, so I used a deli mustard and mayo mix[added calories back in, oops]. I didn't have a lemon, so I put a little lemon oil in with the olive oil before I added it to the panko. It was WONDERFUL!

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Nbstir1 February 04, 2013

Amazing recipe for salmon and very easy. The only change to the recipe we use is that we add 1/2 t. of kosher salt. Even my picky kids like this. Light and refreshing!

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Chef SuzyQ February 07, 2012

I changed up the recipe by leaving out the mustard and using lots of lemon. I did add some salt and pepper to the panko and it turned out great!

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CooksSoGood September 12, 2011

This has potential for being a 5 star salmon recipe. I just made it last night, per the cookbook instructions. The only thing that I think needs changing is the amount of salt. Even my husband said it was tasted salty. I'm going to make it again with less salt and I think the recipe will be perfect. It's such a pretty salmon dish.

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LifeIsGood April 03, 2011
Panko Crusted Salmon