Salmon recipes for dinner parties? Tick. Salmon recipes that are super healthy? Tick. Salmon recipes that take less than 30 minutes to nail? Tick! We have scoured our favourite Instagram feeds, foodie websites and the LOOK office’s recipe books for the easiest, healthiest and most fabulous salmon recipes to try this weekend. So whether you’re having friends over, cooking for date night or making a cosy meal for one, we have you sorted! Here’s the ultimate salmon recipe list! Enjoy!
Japanese-Style Salmon With Noodle Stir-Fry
You need to marinate the salmon for at least an hour, meaning it’s a great meal to prepare ahead of time if you don’t want to be stuck in the kitchen for ages. Super easy, super tasty and also works great with trout fillets too if you fancy moving away from your salmon addiction. We don’t…
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Salmon, Courgetti & Dill
You will need – Red Onion, Dill, Smoked, fillet, tinned salmon ( anything really), Crème Friache, garlic, salt and pepper, taglitelle or courgetti, parmesan.
Fry off: Red onion, garlic and salmon, you want the salmon to be flaked in pieces unless it is the smoked and it can be added later.
Pour in Crème Friache and a generous amount of dill, warm through.
Pour mix over your choice of pasta and serve with plenty of salt, pepper and parmesan.
I love Dill so I add more.
Sesame Seed & Spring Onion Salmon
Line a baking tray with some foil and pop your salmon fillets on.
Add chopped spring onion, soy sauce, red chilli, sweet chilli sauce and a handful of sesame seeds.
Roast for 15-20 mins at about 180C.
Serve with wild rice and get ready to rake in the compliments.
Earl Grey Pan Glazed Salmon With Lemon Courgetti
If you want a new way to eat your favourite fish then this is your dream. The interesting flavour of the Earl Grey gives such a fresh injection to an old favourite and the addition of lemon courgetti provides a super zingy addition. We seriously recommend trying out this one.
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Salmon Fishcakes With Cabbage Slaw & Chia Seeds
Another under 30-minute winner from the author of Get The Glow. Ditching breadcrumbs, keeping the cakes clean and spicing them up with mustard, capers and lemon instead – this is one recipe you’ll want to try again and again.
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Salmon Parcels With Sweet Chilli & Soy Sauce
Lightly oil some foil.
Add finely sliced red peppers and red onion.
Place salmon fillets in. Add some more peppers and onions.
Pour over sweet chilli and soy sauce (at least 2tbsp pp).
Seal the foil tightly and bake at 180C for 15 mins (longer for thicker fillets).
Serve with brown basmati rice and steamed greens (frozen peas are always a winner!)
Salmon En Croute
You can’t beat a great slice of Salmon En Croute and you just know you’ll be onto a winner if you’re having a dinner party this weekend. Jamie Oliver’s recipe is just the ticket to nailing this amazing dish.
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Baked Salmon Topped With Spicy Salsa
If you don’t already follow Clean Eating Alice on Instragram, it’s about time you did. The ultimate destination to head for mega healthy recipe inspiration like this baked salmon with salsa, spelt, kale, tomatoes, red onion and avocado!
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Roast Pesto Salmon
Preheat your oven to about 180C.
Chop some nice med veg (courgette, pepper, onion), place on baking tray, lightly oil and season. Roast for 15 mins.
Add salmon fillet. Roast for 10 mins (15 if thick salmon).
Spread 2tsp pesto across the top of the salmon fillet. Return to oven for 5 mins.
Eat with some nice greens. Broccoli, mange tout, peas are all good.
Mexican Salmon, Lentil and Quinoa Bowl
This is a super healthy option which tastes amazing due to a delicious blend of honey, cumin, tamari and garlic. And the lentils provide just the right amount of spice. Yum!
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Planked Salmon With Nectarine Salad
Cooking on a plank is an amazing way to add a delicious smoky flavour to your fish, whilst it’s super easy (and fun!) Make it your mission to give this one a go this weekend.
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Smoked Salmon Creamy Pasta
Boil some wholewheat penne.
When it has five mins to go, gently fry off some sliced spring onions (and finely sliced courgette if you have it) til soft.
Drain the pasta, reserving a cup of the cooking water.
Add the penne and 2tbsp pp crème fraiche to the veg pan. Season generously with white pepper.
Stir to coat, then drop is some smoked salmon pieces.
Stir well and taste. If it looks thick, add a little of the reserved cooking water.
Demolish. I add parmesan on top even though italians wouldn’t approve.
It’s also nice if you boil some peas with the penne. Greens, innit?
Now you just have to take your pick! Which one will you be making?