September 22, 2017

Baked Salmon

It’s recommended that we eat wild-caught salmon about once a week for its many health benefits, but in case that’s not enough to convince me, it’s so delicious!

Our whole family enjoys this meal, especially since this marinade is SO yummy, and I’ve learned the hard way to make sure I get TWO pounds to feed all these boys.

Our favorite sides are a super simple brown rice and steamed organic broccoli.

It doesn’t get much healthier than this!


Comments

  1. Momma Megan says:

    I love it, looks super yummy!!
    The Fam and I dined on a fish, veggie and couscous dinner tonight in an effort to get this healthy life on track!

  2. Christine says:

    My whole life I have said that I don’t like seafood. But then, talking about it with a friend recently, I realized that my parents never cooked me seafood except those frozen fish sticks, so I had never given it a fair shot. In fact, that’s the only seafood I’ve ever tried! I printed out this recipe, and I’m putting it on my dinner plan for next week. Here’s to trying new things!

  3. This is beautiful and I will be making this tonight! I love salmon and can’t resist an easy, flavorful recipe like this! I may change my broccoli to cauliflower. I’m trying to like it! šŸ™‚

  4. Yum!

    looks deeeeelicious šŸ™‚

    I think my little family will love this one too.

    Thanks Brandy

  5. where do you get wild caught salmon? the only way I can get it where I live is in a can… so I make salmon salad and we eat it on salad or whole wheat crackers… I love baked salmon but oh, where, oh, where do I get it???

  6. Jessica P. says:

    @ tereza, where do you live that you can only get it in a can?? That’s sad.:( I’ve seen it pretty much everywhere around here(south Texas), in the frozen seafood area. H-E-B, Walmart, Target, local health food store..

    • john carlson says:

      costco sells wild sockeye vac-sealed at sea salmon that is delicious. When it’s vac-sealed on boats in Alaska you can hardly tell the difference between fresh. I’ve fished in Alaska and my Dad was a fishing guide.

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