I made this for 2 of us and it is very quick and easy. Nothing special with the salmon but good dinner overall!
My husband said this was one of his favorite meals I've ever made. I served it on top of a carrot purée and it was fantastic!
Great recipe. Made a couple of changes. Cooked bacon, removed from pan. Drained all but a little bit of the bacon grease. Cooked shallots + white part of green onions. Continued with recipe EXCEPT did not add green onions or corn. Cooked corn on cookie sheet and broiled until golden brown. While corn cooked added green onions to shallot mixture, just to slightly wilt. Then added corn. Cooked the salmon in the oven with just salt and pepper, no oil needed. Very good, would make this again hands down. Would be great with fresh corn.
With a couple of tweaks this will be 4 stars. Next time I will saute the bacon, then remove it and add it back in just before serving. I found the wine and vinegar made it soggier than I like. Fresh corn would really make a huge difference. And next time, I'm going to just grill the salmon and save the tablespoon of oil. I also think the salmon could be seasoned in various ways that could add to the flavors more. All in all, a good solid recipe. DH enjoyed it too.
We loved this. Made for Valentine's dinner along with roasted new potatoes and asparagus. The tiny roasted potatoes and corn were outstanding together, as were the salmon and corn. Leftovers are all going into a big potato salad today.
Any time I see a bacon/corn combo in Cooking Light, I expect nothing less than amazing, and this held up! It was really great.
Can be made entirely on the grill using a RockCrok http://www.dishoverdinner.com/2014/07/salmon-with-corn-and-bacon-sautee.html
Loved this! Very tasty and easy to make. I bet it would be good with fresh corn as well. I served it with some jasmine rice.
Loved it! Used sherry vinegar where the recipe gave the option and I did substitute fresh corn. I added the corn before the wine accidentally and still thought it was great. Served with Asparagus Farfalle from same issue (but a little less pasta and more asparagus).
Awesome! I made it exactly as directed - except I made a separate portion of the corn without the bacon (my daughter is not a meat-eater). Everyone loved it. My DH's only complaint was that it was frozen corn (it was chewy). He wants me to try it with fresh corn when it is in season
The star of this dish was the corn! The salmon was just a basic preparation, good, but nothing outstanding. I used turkey bacon and still very good. The whole family loved and wants again soon.
Just one word, yummy. We made the whole corn recipe for two servings of fish, which we grilled instead of pan frying. Loved it.
Good, but nothing too special. My husband thought it "should've been better, considering it had bacon in it."
So simple and so delicious. I'll definitely make this again. Don't make any substitutions. The fresh thyme and sherry vinegar are critical to the flavor.
Wife says to keep this one in the line-up. Simple to throw together and very good. The salty/sweet corn goes well with the salmon. I'll be using this corn recipe as a side for other meals, too. I used a silver queen corn and paired this with steamed asparagus.