43 Reviews

I loved this, the fresh rosemary was a wonderful change! and it looked absolutely great being served. I did add a little garlic powder as well. Thanks!

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kelly in TO June 04, 2007

This was good and was a different than our usual salmon recipe. We just prefer our other recipe better.

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Ty's Kitchen June 09, 2013

This was easy to prepare and tasted great! DH said that it tasted like something you get at a fancy restaurant. He liked it so much...he had three pieces! DS even liked it...he had two! Thanks so much for sharing this with us!

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Heartspell July 09, 2012

This really was excellent. Had 2 pounds of wild caught salmon, and this prep method really enhanced the flavor of the fish. It was light, fresh, and gone in a flash. Thanks for posting, we will use this again, and again.

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blueguitargirl1985 July 30, 2010

What an easy way to prepare a gourmet meal with salmon. I used a couple of sprigs of rosemary fresh off the plant on the underside and then a few leaves on top. I was afraid that the rosemary would overpower the fish, but it was a perfect blend of flavors. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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Crisci April 30, 2010

Wow! Excellent flavor! I did follow the advice of another post and line my pan with alu foil. Also, living at High Altitude, I changes the temps to 450F. Will definitely keep this on. Thank you for posting and sharing!

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Chefette2u January 23, 2010

We loved this recipe. My fillets were very thick and took an extra 5-7 minutes but resulted in the moistest most flavorful salmon I have ever had. I do wish I would have lined my baking sheet with foil though- 500 degrees really baked the onions and rosemary down to pulp and the skin is still soaking off of my pan- LOL. I made a batch of sauce from TSR Version of Applebee's Honey Grilled Salmon by Todd Wilbur and it was superb with the salmon. Thanks for sharing this recipe, I will make it often.

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Brenda. January 09, 2010

This earns a spot in my "tried and true" cookbook. We have an oven roasted salmon recipe that we always rely on, but I love the flavor of rosemary in this one, and how moist the salmon turned out! Thank you.

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MeandMsJones October 11, 2009

This was okay for me. I think it needed more of the rosemary flavor. Next time I will add all the rosemary on top of the fish instead of putting some underneath.

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Chef rmshill August 11, 2008

Wow! Very nice flavor. I scaled it down for one, I used yellow onions, no salt, fresh ground pepper and...I forgot the olive oil! I was so eager to get it in the oven I totally forgot. I didn't realize it until I pulled it out of the oven. It was no problem though...it still tasted great and it was moist. And, this was my first time cooking salmon. I will definitely do this again!

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Sandra E. February 28, 2008
Rosemary Roasted Salmon