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Wow! Honestly with the ingredients list... I wasn't expecting anything AMAZING but I had some asparagus I had to use up... WOWWWWWWW. I was SO wrong. This was the best salmon I've ever eaten. Thanks! I followed directions almost exactly except used freshly ground lemon pepper and garlic salt on 1/2 lb fillets and topped with lemon slices while baking. I have a hot oven and it still took 25 minutes but I had FAT salmon :) This will be my go-to everytime salmon is on sale from now on!!

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piranhabriana April 30, 2010

This is a teriffic recipe !! ...so tasty and yet so simple...this is a keeper ..I made as directed but put slices of lemon on top then covered with foil ... I will definately make this again...Thanks Paula

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Poppa Dude January 14, 2010

This was a great way to cook salmon! The fish dosen't dry out and stays so moist in the foil This would also be great for camping! I will use this recipe often, thanks!

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sweetcakes December 13, 2009

Thanks for sharing. This meal was very quick and easy to prepare! Turned out wonderful and the clean up was even better.

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strawberrygirl0414 August 05, 2009

Fantastic recipe! I used a William Sonoma seasoning fish rub to add some more flavor, but I think I could have done just the recipe itself. Highly recommend for a simple fantastic meal

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Rae-Rae April 01, 2009

This is super easy and delicious!!! I really love how this cooked the salmon perfectly! I had seen this en papillote/al cartoccio method on cooking shows but never got around to trying it until tonight!! What took me so long???? The salmon and asparagus both tasted so flavorful because they steam in their own juices! I had used fresh cracked black pepper and kosher salt with my lemon juice and I sprinkled a little extra virgin olive oil over the fish and then the asparagus. I used salmon filets with the skin still in tact and I layed that side down on the foil to create a barrier between the foil and the flesh of the fish. I had some large salmon filets so mine took about 25 minutes to cook through in the middles. I really loved this method and the easy little mess clean up too, will definitely make again!!!

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Chef*Lee March 31, 2009

Simple and very very tasty. The asparagus was done to perfection, as was the salmon. Very flavorful, even though few spices are used. This is a keeper for me!

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h.glenda March 21, 2009
Salmon and Asparagus in Foil