Spicy Dill Mayo Salmon (South Beach Diet Friendly)

Spicy Dijon and Mayo with Dill. Try with different types of fish (or shrimp, chicken, etc.) I used low-fat mayonnaise to make it South Beach Diet friendly. Note: for a quicker recipe nix the thyme, oregano, basil, even garlic. Note: for a better presentation, hold dill until the end and sprinkle over the top rather than mixing into sauce. Note: I've used regular jarred spices rather than fresh and they work just fine.

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 375°F.
  • Stir together mayonnaise and mustard.
  • Add spices (withhold dill and sprinkle on top later for a more professional presentation).
  • Arrange salmon on a baking sheet or pan.
  • Coat with sauce (add dill here if you've withheld it).
  • Bake for 30-40 minutes (salmon flakes when done).
  • Optional: When serving, spoon remaining sauce back over fish for a saucier version.
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"Spicy Dijon and Mayo with Dill. Try with different types of fish (or shrimp, chicken, etc.) I used low-fat mayonnaise to make it South Beach Diet friendly. Note: for a quicker recipe nix the thyme, oregano, basil, even garlic. Note: for a better presentation, hold dill until the end and sprinkle over the top rather than mixing into sauce. Note: I've used regular jarred spices rather than fresh and they work just fine."
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  1. ldepietro111
    Taste amazing! There weren't many reviews so i was a little nervous trying it out, but I am very glad i did. I wouldn't change a think as the one review said. also i saved the extra sauce and put it on at the end before i served it with fresh dill as recommended and it real closed the deal, Thank you very my wife was craving salmon in a dill sauce just like we had had out a few nights before at a nice restaurant, this did the job nicely!
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  2. Holabonnie
    This was fabulous! Wouldn't change a thing and my family likes very flavorful food. Good enough to serve at a dinner party. Thanks
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  3. GoldsmithLissa
    Spicy Dijon and Mayo with Dill. Try with different types of fish (or shrimp, chicken, etc.) I used low-fat mayonnaise to make it South Beach Diet friendly. Note: for a quicker recipe nix the thyme, oregano, basil, even garlic. Note: for a better presentation, hold dill until the end and sprinkle over the top rather than mixing into sauce. Note: I've used regular jarred spices rather than fresh and they work just fine.
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