7 Reviews

Used this recipe for Mahi Mahi and cooked the fish over cauliflower instead of carrots. What a flavor complement! Served with Charddonay, Yellow cherry tomato, fresh mozzerella, basil and pesto salad with balsamic and EVOO, and served with Candied sweet potato side dish. So happy I have left overs

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Chef Smig52 October 06, 2008

This was wonderful. I increased the amount of onion (I used red)and cream and I added some mustard to it. It tasted great with carrots underneath. Thanks a lot for this recipe!

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Ginger Rose October 04, 2008

This was delicious! I used some dill and green onions. Was very rich and delightful. Will make again.

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graniteangel October 10, 2007

Tasty and easy salmon dish! Would add more spices next time but loved the mix of sour cream with the lemon. Used a red onion and low-fat sour cream. Thanks Engrossed!

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Redsie April 14, 2007

This was good, I reduce the recipe by half and only used 2 salmon fillets, I made as written but I felt something was missing, mabey some mayonnaise mixed in with the sour cream and a little dill? the cooking time was no way near 45 minutes, thanks for sharing... Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz February 21, 2007

I wish they had half stars. This would be about 3.5. I felt it needed more flavor. Too much salmon flavor and not enough "other" flavor. I did put the carrots under it and sprinkled with cajun seasoning. Those were quite good. Maybe I should have used the cajun, as the other reviewer did, on the fillet too. I ended up baking it 50-55 minutes, but then the onions were burnt. I would maybe suggest oiling the onions or mixing them with the sour cream first.

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WI Cheesehead February 06, 2007

Simple and tasty. I used a cajun seasoning which added a hint of spice to the sauce. The sauce is delicious and helps to keep the salmon moist, but next time I will cook it for a shorter time as it seemed a little overcooked for our tastes. Thanks for a nice recipe Engrossed.

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lazyme January 09, 2007
Sour Cream and Onion Salmon