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Complements of Valerie Bertinelli and the Food Network, we have Baked Salmon with Honey Mustard Sauce. Deliciousness! The honey mustard sauce is excellent with the salmon and such a compliment to the finished fish! Yummy! Easy! Bon Appetite! Enjoy.
Delicious salmon recipe found on the back of the Full Circle Market Wild Caught Alaska Sockeye Salmon filets….simple and delicious…. enjoy…. You will need…. 12 oz Salmon 1/4 cup Apricot fruit spread 2 T dijon mustard 1/4 tsp garlic powder … Continue reading
Found a wonderful Salmon recipe in Real Simple magazine, Slow-Roasted Citrus Salmon. The slow roast delivers a very moist and delicious entree. Coupled with the mustard and orange juice base sauce and cucumber side salad, makes for one stellar dinner. … Continue reading
Delicious recipe for salmon from Kraft Foods, Balsamic Glazed Salmon. The marinade of maple syrup, balsamic vinegar and soy was delicious. Easy to do! And delicious. Enjoy!
Yummy! Yep that is all we can say! Smoke Salmon Pizza – cream cheese [used whipped cream cheese], thinly sliced [bagel style] salmon, thinly sliced red onion, capers and some dill to garnish! Easy, delicisous and simple! Enjoy!
We found another delicious Salmon recipe, Garlic Butter Salmon in Foil, compliments of Primavera Kitchen. Enjoy the blend of garlic, red pepper flakes, lemon juice, oregano and butter, of course butter! Easy to prepare. Watch the time, do not over … Continue reading
Robyn made and shared this delicious Asian Glazed Salmon recipe from Food.com. Sounds delicious! Bon Appetite!
Great salmon recipe from Kraft and Grey Poupon, Grilled Dijon Maple Salmon. Prepared the marinade as suggested and let the flavors meld. Delicious sweet and little heat marinade. Great results. Enjoy.
McCormick offers a great Salmon dish with the smokey paprika favor complimented with the sweet taste of cinnamon and brown sugar. Great marinade and rub full of fantastic flavors – orange, thyme, cinnamon, brown sugar, paprika – delicious results. Enjoy.
A recipe from William Sonoma, yum, Mary would love. Just sharing! Kathy