11 Reviews

Nice and easy to prepare. Good for company. Nice presentation. Served with spinich salad, green beans with red peppers and almonds and boiled baby potatoes..It was a hit!!

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Alsy October 20, 2002

Quick and delicious. I'll be making this again.

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Renegade Chef November 08, 2008

My son made this for my birthday dinner. It was AMAZING! Loved the flavor and the crunch. De lish. It was even better the next day when we reheated the leftovers. Served with herbed wild rice and wild salad. Yumm!

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WildWaysPaige January 28, 2008

My wife and I absolutely love this. Delicious and wonderful. Made as described, but scaled to 2 portions. I didn't change anything - I can't improve on perfection. Thank you ngibson for posting the recipe!

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Morat June 16, 2007

We absolutely loved this...I wanted something a little different than the brown sugar one of mine that I always make but that was something that my non fish eating dd would eat. She loved it-she said she likes mine better but that this was really good so it gives us a little variety with our salmon now. Thanks for a great, easy recipe.

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Queenofcamping September 04, 2006

This was a great new way for me to prepare salmon, delicious! I used pecans, a few roughly chopped and the rest quite fine. Served with mushroom rice and glazed carrots #72055 it was really good.

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Helen1 August 31, 2005

Loved it! I've been making a salmon recipe with a honey-mustard glaze that DH absolutely loves - he was disappointed when I told him I was going to try something new - but after he tasted this, he said that he just might like this one better! I have to admit that I used dry breadcrumbs and parsely, but still, the results were fantastic! And beautiful! I also really love that there's no added oil (like in the mustard mixture). Thanks so much for a recipe that I'll be making again and again!

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LA28 June 27, 2005

this is a wonderful recipe. my family really enjoyed it. my only difficulty with the recipe was not having enough of the coating. i think i used too much- may double that next time i make it.

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KristenErinM May 12, 2005

I've made this a couple times now but haven't gotten around to writing the review. This is a great way to bake Salmon - I love the taste of the honey and dijon together. The second time I prepared it with crushed cornflakes because I didn't have breadcrumbs on hand. I must say the breadcrumbs are better but the cornflakes were a decent substitute. Thanks for the great recipe!

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Babs7 April 01, 2005

Excellent and a snap to prepare! The pecan coating would be great on a chicken filet too. I served it with curry rice pilaf, steamed green beans and cole slaw. It was a wonderful combination of flavors.

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pam February 04, 2005
Pecan Coated Salmon Fillet