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