By Kittencalskitchen on July 18, 2006
Photo by PSU Lioness
Photo by PSU Lioness
"This is so easy and the salmon bakes out soooo moist! You can use white salt instead of the seasoned salt but add in about 1/4 teaspoon paprika to the mixture. This recipe can be doubled."
Serving Size: 1 (173 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"For us this has been the Best recipes for Salmon in a long, long time. It is moist and soooo tasty. I had 7 people over to our house for Christmas eve dinner. they all were interested in fixing this dish themselves.It is important to remember to stick to the baking time.
I had gotten tired of eating Salmon because somehow it always got too dry. Not with this recipe
And Salmon is so good for us.."
"Wow, Kitten, I think this is one of my favorite recipes from your file! I used 4 smaller fillets and I also opted to use Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning (since I rarely make anything without it) in place of the seasoned salt. I also added some minced garlic. I must admit that I was kind of intimidated by how it looked before I put it in the fridge and after the butter started to solidify but I powered through and I'm glad I did! My husband is anti-citrus flavored meat and he ate two fillets. I think the only thing I would change next time is that I will cook it for only 20 minutes (10 then flip for 10) because I prefer my salmon cooked to around medium. But the taste cannot be beat! If you haven't opened a restaurant already, Kitten, you need to do it now! Thanks for posting! (On a side note, I served this over a bed of artisan blend lettuces, fresh Mediterranean veggies and crumbled feta cheese with a drizzle of Balsamic vinaigrette)."
"Yum! And, I took a few short cuts. I used one salmon fillet and I put it into the sauce immediately. I cooked it 5 minutes at 400 degrees in my convection oven and then turned it over, spooned the sauce around and cooked it 6 minutes more. Perfect. Thanks for the recipe."
"I love Fish in good resturants but never have liked it cooking at home. This is just wonderfull Finally salmon will become a once a week treat, thank you so much"
"We had these for dinner last night with Recipe #150137 and Recipe #290476. DS ate his and commented several times how good they were. I loved it too! I used I Can't Believe It's Not Butter in place of the butter to cut the calories, and I didn't use the seasoning salt and sprinkled with Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning before baking instead. We will be using this recipe often. Thank you for sharing it with us Kitten! Linda"
"Very tasty and so easy! This is a keeper. Very moist and flaky. Thanks for posting!"
"WONDERFUL and EASY! I used 3 salmon fillets and all else the same. VERY NICE LEMON FLAVOR. Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders."
"Was very good. We used Mrs Dash Table Blend instead of the seasoning salt. Doubled the fish, but not the seasoning. Quite delicious. Thank you"
"This turned out very moist, and tasty. I used Mrs. Dash instead of salt. I also used filets, so cut the baking time by about 5 minutes. Pretty easy and tasted "fancy"."
"Delicious moist fish that is so easy! I used bay seaoning for the salt which worked out well. I think this will be delicious with almost any kind of fish (we used salmon filets this time)- I was thinking of trying it with swordfish next time they are on sale. Thanks for sharing this keeper!"