Salmon...is one of those rare ingredients that can stand alone and be delicious. Dill, lemon and a touch of cream enhances the flavour of the salmon to perfection. However, what I did do was cut back on the butter in the sauce..but this is personal preferrence. This will be a family favourite. Thank you for posting this recipe. :-) UPDATE: I had this recipe again tonight. It is a wonderful Salmon recipe which is complimented by Dorothy Parks' Lemon Roast Potatoes!!!! As Evie says, "Mmmmm".
I love salmon, and this easy recipe is delicious. I didn't add the 'extra' butter as I found there was enough still in the pan. Will make this again. Served with Dorothy Parks Lemon Roast Potatoes. mmmm.
This is so easy and soooo good! Salmon turns out creamy moist and so tasty. Love your recipes, Inez.
DELICIOUS, YUMMY, MOIST, a great way to do Salmon, I also made it with Dorothy Parks Lemon Roast Potatoes, a great combination. Am looking forward to making this again soon.
This was quite good. A little greasy for my taste, so I think I will halve the butter next time. Other than that, no complaints! I also prepared this with the Lemon Roast Potatoes, and they complimented the dish very well. Thanks!
WOW!! This is delicious. My husband is a man of few words and can't quit commenting on how good this recipe is . I didn't have cream so used half and half. But don't put it right into the hot pan. I didn't even think about it, it curdled. I also cut back on the butter/marg.I had to double the sauce recipe because it was just enough for one filet. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. Definitely a keeper in my family!! UPDATE: Have also tried it with sauteed baby bella mushrooms or English peas which makes it a very pretty looking dish. Again, thank you for such a fantastic recipe!!
Sooo delicious, Inez. Salmon is one of my favorites. I am like some of the others and only used 3 tablespoons of butter. There was enought left over in the pan to make the cream sauce. The lemon-dill and cream sauce were just the right accent to the fillets. Thanks a bunch.
My husband loved this recipe! I thought it was quite good too. It was very easy to make for a first time salmon cooker. I did end up using the second part of the butter, but that's probably because I cooked the salmon a little longer than probably necessary.