12 Reviews

This was so delicious and so easy to make. I also used slices of salmon fillet, my family don't particularly like the bones. I didn't use the hot pepper 'cos we're not too crazy about spicy food, but I did add some cayenne pepper instead.

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Get Smart May 10, 2003

Last week whole sides of frozen salmon fillet was on sale in my local supermarket, so I bought tons (okay, only 3, but total weight was over 10 pounds). This recipe is perfect for salmon fillet, even though it calls for salmon steaks. I cut up the salmon into individual portions and followed the instructions exactly. I'm on one of those food combining diets, so I left out the white wine but added just a dash of white wine vinegar instead (just a little bit, not enough to change the taste of the dish). Super yummy, and leftovers for lunch today (lucky me)!

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Mirj April 30, 2003

This was the best salmon I've ever had. The flavor was amazing!! I broiled it for about 5 minutes on low because after 30 mins it still wasn't cooked through. I felt like I was at a restaurant. THANKS FOR THE RECIPE!!

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Lindsay Gonyea January 23, 2004

We used whole trout instead of salmon. So it was my fault it didnt taste as good as it could. Next time we shall us salmon steaks as we all liked the sause. Bella

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Bella chef September 22, 2003

My sisters husband caught a salmon off the Queen Charlottes in B.C., she brought one of the fish home(Moosomin ,SK. Canada)on her holiday. She asked if I would cook it for the family. I have one recipe I use quite frequently, but I also wanted something new as they have all tasted my recipe before. YOUR RECIPE WAS DELISH. The only thing I did different was I also added 1 tsp. of basil. THANX

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jorgydee August 10, 2003

This dish was simple to make, tasted great, and looked beautiful on the plate. I%u2019m not a big fan of %u201Cfishy%u201D tasting fish, and baking the salmon with the sauce mellowed out the taste and made for a moist, delicious salmon. Served with grilled zucchini and rice pilaf for a company quality meal with little work.

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FlyingCook August 08, 2012

This is great, and so very easy. Who would have thought that salmon steaks and cumin would complement each other so well?! Even my 'non fish liking' husband likes this one. I have already made this several times and it will most definitely be made again.

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Sooty_Cat August 13, 2007

Delicious! I made a few changes: 1 lb fresh garden tomatoes chopped for the 19 oz canned 3 tbs olive oil for the 4 tbs oil 1/2 tsp canned, chopped, Jalapeños for the hot pepper 1 tsp salt for the 1 1/2 tsp salt 1 tbs chopped fresh oregano for the 1 tsp oregano

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martinliss May 30, 2007

This recipe is different from any salmon recipe that I have made before. It has such wonderful flavor and the presentation looks so beautiful that I will definitely be making it for company in the near future!...

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shannon1979 October 31, 2006

Delicious! Perfect blend of flavors. I didn't have a dry white, so I used a sweet Reisling -one of my favorites and it was awesome. Easy to make and tastes like gourmet. Can't wait to make this for my boyfriend!

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jssakers October 27, 2006
Salmon With Tomatoes