by Maria Russo in Community, December 22nd, 2013
by Maria Russo in Recipes, March 7th, 2013
The holidays are all about indulgence, but in the midst of enjoying sweet Christmas cookies, savory glazed hams and a celebration-worthy cocktail or two, it can be nice to sit down to a better-for-you meal. Just ahead of the Christmas holiday, check out this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week to find a healthful salmon supper that is made with just a handful of ingredients and is ready to eat in only 20 minutes.
Start with good-for-you salmon fillets, and for a bright punch of flavor, brush them with a tangy mixture of Dijon, light mayonnaise and maple syrup, then bake them until they’re cooked and tender on the inside. For added freshness, sprinkle chopped cilantro on each piece of fish before serving.
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by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, August 1st, 2011
Known for its trademark light-orange hue and heart-healthy proteins, salmon is a naturally flavorful fish, one that even kids and picky seafood challengers enjoy. Salmon can stand up to high heat and pairs well with the taste of charcoal, which is why many recipes prefer to grill the light, flaky fillets. In the winter months, however, instead of standing over a barbecue in the bone-chilling snow, prepare salmon in the warmth of your kitchen using easy cooking techniques like poaching, baking and sauteing. We’ve rounded up Food Network’s top-five salmon dishes, each with stress-free recipes that can be made easily indoors. Check out the classic and creative takes on this family-friendly fish below, then browse our entire collection of salmon recipes.
5. Crispy Salmon Croquettes With Remoulade Sauce — Similar to crab cakes, Sandra’s golden-brown bites are made with prepared salmon and a filling of egg, a splash of hot sauce and fish-fry coating mix for added flavor, then pan-fried until warm and served with a cool mayonnaise-garlic sauce.
4. Salmon and Dill Chowder With Pastry Crust — Rachael remakes the everyday chicken pot pie into a hearty seafood bowl, complete with a creamy combination of poached salmon, celery and potatoes, finished with a pre-baked flaky crust.
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by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, July 26th, 2011
Take a break from the BBQ sauce and marinate lean salmon fillets in a lemon, garlic, cumin and cayenne mixture. Make this a complete meal by tossing hearts of palm, mixed salad greens and ripe cherry tomatoes together for a cool and refreshing salad — the entire meal will be ready in just 30 minutes.
Get the recipe: Cuban-Style Grilled Salmon
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by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, July 6th, 2011
With just five simple ingredients, most of which are probably in your pantry, Ina’s mustard-soy sauce marinade dresses up fresh salmon fillets in this simple seafood supper that’s ready in a flash.
Entertain like a pro and serve this dish with Tyler’s Heirloom Tomato Chow-Chow and Grilled Tropical Fruit for dessert.
Get the recipe: Asian Grilled Salmon
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Take a break from hot dogs, hamburgers and grilled steak tonight for Giada’s citrus-grilled salmon, ready in less than 30 minutes. She turns this simple fish into a summer delight with an herb-infused orange and lemon salsa.
Get the recipe: Grilled Salmon With Citrus Salsa Verde
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