Serve salmon blackened, shredded, smoked or even microwaved for a simple and flavorful weeknight entrée.
August 03, 2007
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Prepare salmon in dozens of unique ways that pack in a ton of flavor and take little time to cook. Try one of our featured recipes for a new twist on classic fish dishes tonight.
2 of 8Karen Steffens
Salmon Burritos with Roasted Vegetables
Salmon Burritos with Roasted Vegetables Recipe Oven-baked salmon flakes and shreds easily, making it an ideal ingredient for Mexican-inspired dishes like burritos and quesadillas. Lime juice, dried chiles, and chopped cilantro bring a bold punch of flavor.
3 of 8Becky Luigart-Stayner
Recipe The robust flavors of soy sauce, sesame oil, and green onion complement the chopped fresh ginger. Braiding takes only a few minutes and adds simple elegance to the presentation.
4 of 8Howard L. Puckett
Smoked Salmon Frittata
Smoked Salmon Frittata Recipe Savor smoky salmon flavor in a colorful frittata. Dive in with a fork or serve on a bagel for an updated version of the lox and cream cheese sandwich.
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Blackened Salmon With Hash Browns and Green Onions
Curried Salmon Cakes Recipe A zesty combination of chopped apples, curry powder, and paprika adds dynamic flavor to mild salmon. The recipe calls for pouches or cans of salmon to save prep time. Serve in small portions as a tasty appetizer for company or with steamed vegetables for a complete dinner.
7 of 8Becky Luigart-Stayner
Spicy Herb-Grilled Salmon Steaks
Spicy Herb-Grilled Salmon Steaks Recipe Invigorate a simple salmon steak with a fresh and spicy homemade sauce. The mixture of jalapeño pepper, mint, basil, and ginger give memorable, restaurant-quality flavor.