The whole fam (DH, 13 year old and 10 year old DDs) all loved this and told me not to loose this recipe (a habit of mine). Mild yet tasty. I was pleasantly surprised as melted cheese on fish just doesn't sound appetizing to me but I love muenster cheese so I figured I'd give it a go. I imagine, in the summer, a nice thin slice of tomato between the salmon and the cheese would be a great addition which I intend to try. Went very nicely with steamed asparagus and baked potatoes.
YUM!! I used Dill Havarti for the cheese, since I had it here, omtted the fresh dill (would have used it in the summer when I have it in the garden) and reduced butter to 1/4 cup. Cooked perfectly, great taste. One of my new favorite salmon preparations! Thanks ~
I made this recipe for Valentine's day this year. We served it with homemade mashed potoatoes and peas and carrots garnished with dill. I did have to used dried dill because I didn't have any fresh. We really enjoyed it! Thanks for posting!
I used a tad more muenster and Dijon, but only 1/4 cup each of butter and white wine. The salmon and its pan juices were magnificent...a new favorite! My sides were rice pilaf, a peas and mushroom dish, plus home-made hushpuppies. We have dined in many elegant restaurants, and cooking is one of my passions...still, DH said "This is the best meal I've ever had." Thank you for sharing this wonderful, impressive recipe. P.S. I agree about farm-raised salmon - a waste of money and taste buds!