I love love love this recipe!! I always make extra so there are leftovers for lunch. I was never a big fan of dill and was a little nervous about making this the first time but this is truly the best recipe. I too omit the cheddar chz. And I usually add more onion, I love the flavor of the onion in this. This is one of the best ways to make salmon. I also serve this with a lemon wedge to squeeze on top. YUM!!
I really enjoyed this recipe. It was fancy, but easy. I didn't believe the salmon was cooked at the given time, and cooked it longer, shouldn't have!! I added the cheese at the end and thought it added a lot. Excellent!
My method now is to ask DH how many stars a new recipe deserves. He gave this a resounding 5! I also skipped the cheese; it seemed like gilding the lily, plus I have that Italian thing where we don't eat fish and cheese together. It was great just as is! I had been cooking salmon and serving a similar sauce on the side, made with sour cream, dill and mustard. This was even better, because it didn't stink up the house when it was cooked! A great recipe, thanks!
I usually refrain from eating salmon due to it's fishy taste, but this was excellent! Very easy to make and delicious! I will be making this again.
We enjoyed this recipe. Not everyone in our family is a fish lover. The ingredients in the sauce is the main flavor that comes through instead of the fish. I served this with steamed broccoli and cheddar bacon bread that I got from the local farmer's market.
This was an awesome recipe! We made this last night to go with some potatoes and broccoli. It was something that I've had a version of before, but my picky boyfriend had never had this. To my surprise he loved it! We will definitely be making this again. I did leave out the cheese on top and the final broil because it was unnecessary but I may try it next time.
Omitted cheeses per other reviews, forgot lemon. Added 1 clove of garlic to tarter sauce. This was perfection! Family friendly; kids loved it! Will be in dinner idea rotation from now on. 12 mins was perfect baking time. Moist, flaky, fishy, awesomeness.
So glad I found this recipe. My three fillets, slightly less that an inch thick each, were cooked at recommended temp. for 10 min, and sat for another 10-15 min. to rest, because I prefer to not eat salmon "hot". The flesh was perfectly cooked, no fishy taste, and no odor in the house as it cooked. I left off the cheese altogether. Amazing!!
I used Havarti with dill instead of the cheddar/parm. I was pretty yummy!
Very good!!! I make my own tartar sauce as I can't stand a sweet sauce.I prefer it savory-no sugar! As most of these ingredients were the same as I use in my home made tartar I only had to add the parm and top it w/ the paprika!Could't have been much easier...now the flavor....that was amazing! Moist,slightly cheesy, and had all the right fish flavors,too.Will use this recipe a lot more often!