Almond-Crusted Salmon

  • rtomko Posted: 01/03/09
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    excellent taste, very easy to make - had the dish on the table in 30 minutes.

  • JoanOusey Posted: 01/26/12
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    This is one my most favourite "company is coming" recipes. It is AWESOME!

  • JennKayJohnson Posted: 03/01/12
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    This is very good, incredibly tasty! I served it with broccoli topped with feta cheese & roasted red potatoes. My husband loved it! Definite keeper!

  • ebeth00b Posted: 02/06/13
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    Rather than using almond meal, I just ground smoked almonds in the food processor. Otherwise I followed the recipe as written with delicious results. Using the ground almonds really gave the topping a nutty flavor and excellent crunchy texture.

  • kjchris Posted: 10/04/12
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    This is wonderful and easy! The almond meal is kind of expensive but my husband and I love this dish so much we have had it once a week. We served it with garlic quinoa and broccoli

  • Beaner29 Posted: 06/08/12
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    I liked this recipe more so than my husband did, he's not a big fan of lemons and i thought this recipe would've been slightly bland if i didn't squeeze some lemon juice on it before eating. Reminded me a little of the fried fish my dad would cook when i was a kid, but obviously a lot healthier. I hope to make again

  • nbalter1 Posted: 04/15/14
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    This is easy, quick, and tasty. It's important to squirt lemon on at the end or else it's dry. I made the almond meal by putting ground almonds in a coffee grinder. Our salmon was done in about half the time (8 minutes or so).

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