Salmon With Cucumber-Dill Sauce

"5 WW points, serve with herbed new potatoes and steamed asparagus"
 
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Ready In:
13mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine first 3 ingredients in a large nonstick skillet; stir well. Bring mixture to a boil over medium heat. Reduce to low, add salmon. Simmer 8 minutes or until fish flakes easily when tested with a fork.
  • While salmon cooks, combine yogurt, cucumber, dillweed, and salt; stir well.
  • Gently transfer salmon to a serving platter, using two spatulas; spoon cucumber sauce evenly over salmon.

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  1. Leslie in Texas
    Wow, this is fantastic- restaurant quality for sure!Followed the recipe exactly- loved the way the dill/cucumber/yogurt flavors complimented the salmon.Served this with Roxygirl from Colorado's Confetti Rice Pilaf (#109755) and steamed asparagus for a wonderful meal. Thanks, Amber Dawn, for a recipe that will be made a lot this summer!
     
  2. Summerwine
    This was delicious Amber Dawn! I love salmon and I love tzatziki sauce. This sauce was so like that. Fantastic combination. This is a simple recipe that is light, refreshing and didn’t make me feel stuffed, just satisfied. I did have to substitute sour cream for the yogurt as I didn’t have any on hand. I served with steamed asparagus and steamed Jersey Royal potatoes. Delectable! I guess I kind of blew the WW points with the butter I added to the potatoes. ;) Thank you for sharing this. Needless to say I will be preparing this again.
     
  3. Jen's*Kitchen
    This is a fantastic recipe. Only change is that I baked it instead of making it in a pan. So I didn't summer the wine mixture ahead of time, just poured over the fish and baked at 400°. I've made it with dried dill previously and the fresh dill has a lighter crisper flavor that doesn't overwhelm.
     
  4. MamaJ
    I served this tonight to my DH, DS and my father-in-law. I doubled the recipe hoping for leftovers, but all but 4 oz. was devoured. My DH is not much of a salmon fan, but said this was the best he'd ever eaten. This was so easy and so delicious! I will make it again and again. Thanks for posting Amber Dawn.
     
  5. hsobaski
    I made this recipe for my husband andhe continues to keep asking for it. It was so simple but tasted like you spent hours in the kitchen! I have reccomended it to 2 other people who have made this and have loved it as well!
     
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  1. Summerwine
    This was delicious Amber Dawn! I love salmon and I love tzatziki sauce. This sauce was so like that. Fantastic combination. This is a simple recipe that is light, refreshing and didnt make me feel stuffed, just satisfied. I did have to substitute sour cream for the yogurt as I didnt have any on hand. I served with steamed asparagus and steamed Jersey Royal potatoes. Delectable! I guess I kind of blew the WW points with the butter I added to the potatoes. ;) Thank you for sharing this. Needless to say I will be preparing this again.
     

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