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Cajun Salmon Fillets

Cajun Salmon Fillets created by Jubes

This is almost the only way I eat salmon. Note: I find this dish spicier when baked than when grilled. I use a frozen wild whole salmon fillet cut into about 6 pieces; feel free to use fresh salmon or whatever cut you like. If using salmon steaks, I would brush the seasoning on both sides.

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  • Thaw salmon; cut salmon into desired number of pieces; place skin down on a large tray or baking sheet.
  • Combine oil and spices, spread on top of salmon fillet.
  • Grill on barbeque till done, about 15-20 minutes or bake in a 400F 15-20 minutes.
  • Remove skin prior to serving.
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"This is almost the only way I eat salmon. Note: I find this dish spicier when baked than when grilled. I use a frozen wild whole salmon fillet cut into about 6 pieces; feel free to use fresh salmon or whatever cut you like. If using salmon steaks, I would brush the seasoning on both sides."
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  1. YnkyGrlDwndr
    This was ultra easy but I found the spicy flavour didn't enhance the salmon. It would be more suited to a plainer fish that needs jazzing up... not fish I paid $24.99 kg for. It may be because I used about 350g of fresh tasmanian salmon to the same amount of mixture in this recipe.
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  2. Jubes
    Cajun Salmon Fillets Created by Jubes
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  3. Jubes
    Quick and easy to prepare-5 mins mixing the seasoning and then into the oven. Great salmon doesn't get any easier than this. 20 minutes in a 200C. oven. Perfect. Thanks for sharing a great simple recipe :)
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  4. ckmclements
    Very tasty and easy to prepare for just 2 people! I used frozen Schwan's Alaskan salmon fillets and they worked out really well; perfect size, skin already removed, easy to defrost. Even though they weren't steaks I brushed the seaoning on both sides anyway, which just added to the flavor.
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  5. LUv 2 BaKE
    This is almost the only way I eat salmon. Note: I find this dish spicier when baked than when grilled. I use a frozen wild whole salmon fillet cut into about 6 pieces; feel free to use fresh salmon or whatever cut you like. If using salmon steaks, I would brush the seasoning on both sides.
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