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Salmon With Caramelized Onion and Fig Sauce

Salmon With Caramelized Onion and Fig Sauce created by Olivers mommy

light and easy

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1hr 5mins
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  • heat oven to 450.
  • in a pan add oil, cook onions with salt & pepper until they soften.
  • lower heat to med-low and cook 15-20 minutes more until they turn golden add figs, wine, stock, vinegar and rosemary to pan, raise heat to hi, cook until sauce thickens, about 5 minutes spray a baking sheet with cooking spray, add salmon, cook until fish flakes easily, about 10 minutes spoon sauce onto plates, top with salmon, garnish with parsley.
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  1. Olivers mommy
    Salmon With Caramelized Onion and Fig Sauce Created by Olivers mommy
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  2. Olivers mommy
    Salmon With Caramelized Onion and Fig Sauce Created by Olivers mommy
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  3. Olivers mommy
    Salmon With Caramelized Onion and Fig Sauce Created by Olivers mommy
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  4. Olivers mommy
    This is gourmet food! I'm not much of a salmon or fish person but this was amazing! I did find it a bit too sweet but I think my husband put too many figs in it. Next time I'll make sure there's more onions than figs. We served it with beet salad and baked polenta. We will definitely make this again. Thank you!
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  5. Tinkerbell
    I feel like a pampered princess! This recipe and a nice glass of wine... Mmmmm! We had only one salmon fillet left so I thawed it to have for lunch today. This recipe would help me use up the lonely fish and the leftover figs from another recipe. It's super easy to make & Oh So Delicious! Every flavor was prominent without overpowering any other. I loved the whole combination. Made just as directed (except scaled down for one serving) and wouldn't change a thing. Oh, I did have to use cilantro for garnish instead of parsley. Thanks for posting, Chia! :)
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