Salmon is a favorite amongst health-conscious individuals. Not only is salmon a great source of protein, but it is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, potassium, B Vitamins, and selenium. May 2020 Featured Chef Mandy Pagano shares her Simple Salmon recipe for us to try. This quick and easy recipe is great for even beginner cooks.
“I am not a big fan-o-fish, but my son is. He’s said on multiple occasions that he likes seafood much better than land food, and so I do what I can to accommodate his fishy tastes while making it edible for myself. Luckily, the rest of my family loves all manner of seafood, too, so we had no leftovers of this salmon.
I make this on weeknights because it’s quick and easy, so feel free to add it to your regular rotation. Don’t be afraid to experiment a little with different herbs and spices to make this your own!”
Simple Salmon Recipe
Recipe By: May 2020 Featured Chef Mandy Pagano, Ketovangelist Kitchen
Prep Time: 2 Minutes
Cook Time: 6 Minutes
USWM Shopping List: Salmon Filet
- 1/2 lb (8 oz/227 g) salmon filet (or more)
- 1 tbsp Dijon mustard, per every 1/2 lb salmon
- 1 tbsp lemon juice, per every 1/2 lb salon
- salt and black pepper, to taste
- generous pinch dried parsley, per every 1/2 lb salmon
- generous pinch garlic powder, per every 1/2 lb salmon
- Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F and line a baking sheet with foil.
- In a bowl, whisk together the Dijon mustard, lemon juice, and seasonings.
- Dip each fillet in the mustard mixture, OR brush them with the mixture well, and place on baking sheet.
- Bake at 450 degrees F for 4-6 min per every 1/2″ of thickness to the fillets, or until the internal temperature reaches 145 degrees F on an instant read thermometer.
- Let stand to rest 5 minutes before serving hot.
Mandy Pagano is a recovering food addict. As a no-nonsense wife, and home-educating mother of two, her passions in life are reading, music, and teaching her children. She has a life-long love of cooking, and is a self-taught home chef. Mandy’s favorite cuisine is Southern-style, but she’s also got a taste for spice, so Tex-Mex and Cajun/Creole dishes are frequently found on her table. Mandy is the co-host of the popular food blog Ketovangelist Kitchen. Visit Ketovangelist Kitchen to learn more about Mandy.