4 Reviews

This was excellent! I used a bit more pecans (probably about 1/4 cup) and I really liked it. I also used yellow mustard instead of Dijon. Can't wait to use this recipe again. Thanks!

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chef_d'oeuvre February 13, 2010

This is delicious. I used a 1/2 lb salmon fillet, omitted the pecans (don't like them) & only used 1 tbsp italian breadcrumbs. I only used a little parsley as well. My fillet was skinless, but it still worked with the recipe. Next time I will try garlic breadcrumbs for more flavor. Thanks for sharing.

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LUVMY2BOYS July 21, 2006

This flavor is wonderful! We loved the different flavors and textures. I used coarse-ground mustard and instead of bread crumbs I used matzo meal since it is Passover. I did add extra pecans on top. We loved this and will make it again. Thanks.

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Ducky April 27, 2005

My wife enjoyed this dish. I added a little to much dijon for my taste. It was a nice change for a salmon recipe. I used Sockeye so it presented very well. Thanks

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strider May 05, 2004
Roasted Pecan Salmon