I found this to be very heavy. I used a full pound of salmon but the sauce was way too much. The flavor was wonderful and very rich. I do agree that it overpowers the taste of the salmon. I will use this again but with much less and no cheese. I added bread crumbs for the broiler and it was crunchy and tasty.
Best quick meal idea! I omitted the cheese and used nonfat sour cream. Not too overpowering and the fish was super moist!
This was the first time cooked salmon. My husband went crazy totally finished every piece.<br/><br/>MUST TRY! Thank you for the fantastic receipe.
Very much enjoyed this dish. I used fresh dill, as I don't like the dried very much and shallot instead of the regular onion. Keeper for sure. :)
The whole family liked this! My kids love tilipia they are not sure about Salmon. They were scared of the sauce but liked it. Did not do either cheese's but enjoyed it w/o. Thanks
We are salmon lovers but usually only on the grill with limited amount of seasoning. This is not the norm for us but it is for a very special treat and loved it. This topping also works with haddock or cod........so versatile. We do like the cheddar on top.....
Great recipe. We love the sauce/topping. I cooked it on a lower temp. because I made roasted white and sweet potatoes, so it took a bit longer. I used both cheeses, but I will omit the cheddar next time (not necessary).
Wow! I bought a huge 2.6 lb salmon steak and didn't really know what I wanted to do with it. I found your recipe and knew that was the ticket. I put the steak in a 13x9 glass dish, tripled the recipe (I used Dijon mustard) and poured it on top. Baked it for 25 minutes (it was fresh, not frozen and about 1 and 1/2 inches thick) and sprinkled the shredded cheese on top, broiled it for 2 minutes and WOW. I just ate one serving with a salad and put the other 4 servings in the fridge for later. It was delicious and moist beyond belief!
Husband loved it but he's not a fish lover. I'll make this again but might leave off either some or all of the cheese. I felt as though I was masking the salmon. Course, it's not all about me! I've cook fish before with just the mayo and seasonings, it will form a crust almost. Same idea. Liked the addition of mustard. Lemon zest would probably be good too.
Easy, quick and very tasty! This can be made low-fat as well without sacrificing on taste. One of the better salmon recipes that I've tried.