If you're looking for a fast, easy, tasty, and healthy protein to add to you weeknight dinner rotation, then there's no better ingredient than salmon. Full of flavor, but still easy to prepare, salmon is one of the best kinds of fish to cook with. It's very flavorful, can be roasted or pan seared, and the best part is it goes with practically any side dish you can drum up. Enjoy one of these flavorful, delicious salmon dishes this week.
If you can take 10 minutes to prep this salmon in the morning, you won't regret the effort. The miso-mayonnaise paste infuses the fish with flavor. Simply bake it when you get home, and you've got a delicious dinner ready to go.
Broiling salmon is an easy, mostly hands-off oven method. A lemon-butter mixture keeps it flavorful and helps keep the fish from drying out.
A soy-ginger marinade makes this fish plate-licking tasty.
This quick-cooking recipe is practically mess-free!
A simple sauce of pantry ingredients — honey, soy sauce, and garlic — elevates this 15-minute Salmon recipe.
Try this method for the richest, easiest way to cook fish.
Simple and delicious, this 10-minute method yields tender fish and crispy skin that is a delight to eat.
The char from a cedar plank flavors this grilled, sugar-crusted salmon.
This simple recipe takes just over half an hour of largely hands-off time—and it's an easy way to feast a crowd!
This tasty roast fish cooks quickly and makes its own side!
Poached salmon whisked together with a creamy lemony sauce makes an absolutely delectable app — or the centerpiece of a snack dinner!
The genius of the air fryer is how quickly it cooks. Here, salmon fillets can marinate and cook in just half an hour! Serve it with some steamed spinach and you've got a fast, filling, healthy meal.
Pro-tip: You don't need to wait until springtime to make this delicious dish. 😉
A side of this roasted salmon is ample enough to feed a crowd. The marinade of maple syrup, lemon juice, gingerroot, and soy sauce enhances the salmon's flavor without losing the marinade's own sweet identity.
This quick and exotic salmon dish has the interesting touch of peach preserves. With only five ingredients, this dish can be on your table in no time.
This casserole is bright with citrus flavors and assembles quickly once the potatoes and lemons are sliced. Fresh basil, added right before serving, enlivens the flavor of the salmon.
This 25-minute dinner can't be beet. (Sorry, sorry, trying to delete.)
Don't be fooled by the name. This crunchy assemblage is a whole meal.
Panzanella is a fancy word that means "salad tastes better with bread on it."
Miso, pineapple juice, and soy sauce combine to make a super flavorful marinade and glaze.
This spicy breadcrumb mixture makes a delicate, crunchy topping to flavor wild fish.
Fresh chopped salmon actually makes a great, lighter burger base for days when you want to grill, but are looking for a little different flavor.
Fresh snap peas dressed in a spicy ginger dressing make the perfect pairing for a seared fillet.
This just might become your favorite quick-and-easy way to prepare salmon.
This light 30-minute meal is full of fall flavors.
Basil-infused olive oil is an easy way to amp up the flavor of most dishes, including this lemon-and-lime sautéed salmon dish.
Here's an easy—and healthy—way to improve a packet of ramen noodles.