A colourful combination of salmon, pineapple and peppers are threaded on skewers for these flavourful kebabs.
This is an easy salmon dinner idea the whole family will enjoy. It’s simple and doesn’t require any lengthy marinating ; the salmon turns out flaky, juicy and absolutely delicious with the homemade teriyaki sauce.
The tastes of Morocco permeate from this meal with the spices in the crumbed fillets and preserved lemons in the salad. This dish is surprising easy to prepare and full of flavour.
Caper sauce with fresh dill brings this simple trio of salmon, creamy potatoes and green beans to life.
These light salmon patties can be served with a salad or put into a burger. Either way their are sure to disappear from the table quickly.
Salmon fillets coated with seasoned potato flakes – it’s so easy to do, and the crunchy coating really makes this salmon taste extra-special. And pine nuts and olive oil give basic wilted spinach a blast of class.
Succulent spicy barbecued salmon fillets are served here with a tangy lime mayo dressing.
For an easy dinner with a burst of omega-3 and the freshness of minced herbs this roasted salmon fillet is a great recipe to try.
This Baked Salmon in Thai Red Curry Sauce is aromatic and delicious. Salmon steaks are baked for 20 minutes in an easy-to-make Thai red curry sauce that compliments the rich taste of the salmon. But unlike a lot of salmon sauce recipes, this one is lactose-free, calling for coconut milk instead of cream. If you’re game, cook or serve this salmon in a banana leaf boat.
Most people like salmon, even when they aren’t big fans of other fish varieties. It’s meaty texture, rich colour and flavour make it an appealing idea for a main course substitute for the old standbys. But, if you aren’t familiar with the varieties and choices in species and cuts, it can be a bit daunting when trying to determine what it is you want or need, as well as how your choice will determine how you cook it, or how it will taste.