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Dijon Baked Salmon

Dijon Baked Salmon



Dijon Baked Salmon

Salmon baked in herbs oven is one of Dijon's favorite easy salmon recipes. It's incredibly tasty and the Dijon topping keeps the salmon moist, light and flaky. An excellent healthy dinner recipe and can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.

Baked Salmon

Gentlemen, you know I'm a big salmon fan for health benefits. Salmon, brain enhancer, immune enhancer Omega-3 power plant. Let's be honest, it just tastes good.

There are many ways to fry salmon, sauté, smoke and turn it into a chick. But today I share with you an incredibly easy salmon recipe - and one that you'll probably repeat, since the flavor is now off the chart.

One thing I found funny about this recipe was that I didn't like mustard until a few years ago. Actually, I stay away from mustard. And now, like a light bulb exploded and I can't wait to smash everything. Go figure.

THIS FAST VIDEO MONITORING OF MAINTAINED SALMON DESCRIPTION

Making Baked Salmon with Dijon

It should pass without telling you that you should get the highest quality hunting salmon that your budget always allows. I'm talking about this in the recipe video above and I ask why I like King Salmon, Sockeye Salmon and Coho Salmon. And why do I always stay away from Atlantic Salmon (hint: I am not a fan of pollutants, antibiotics and toxins in my fish). So be sure to watch the video.

But once you get your salmon, the rest of the recipe comes with easy peasy.

Many people cover their salmon with parchment paper or aluminum foil to keep it moist during cooking. But I promise you, if you put this Dijon layer on top of your cooked salmon, it won't just stay incredibly moist, it'll be delicious. No need to wipe.

I only cooked a little under my salmon to keep it moist, and it will continue to cook for a few minutes, especially after removing it from the oven.

Next, all you have to do is cut the salmon into the fillets and serve alongside the side dishes I recommend above, dip in the salad or add to a macro publication. Shit, good. And very easy.

More Salmon Recipes to Enjoy

Be sure to check out mine for more delicious and healthy salmon recipes:

Dijon Baked Salmon

This Dijon baked salmon is one of my favorite easy salmon recipes. It's incredibly tasty and the dijon topping keeps the salmon moist, light and flaky. See how easy it is in the recipe video above!

Instructions

Mix the remaining ingredients in a small bowl and generously cover the top of the salmon.

Cook the salmon for 18-20 minutes (depending on size and thickness), then slice into separate portions and serve immediately.

Lisa's Tips

You can easily make this recipe with 4-6 separate salmon fillets instead of a large fillet.

If you are following Whole30, I recommend this Dijon mustard which is compatible with Whole30. I also have many more Whole30 recipes in the recipe index.

If you're looking for some delicious food ready recipes, Dijon oven baked salmon is always at the top of my list. I will gladly eat this salmon for several days in a row! Be sure to watch the video of my cooking for weekly recipe ideas.

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One of the best recipes I've ever found for moist tasty salmon. I do it again for the third time. Only this time using pre-cut salmon pieces. It's very hard to find all the wild caught. I need to protect my eyes before I eat.

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Hello and welcome to Downshiftology! I'm Lisa, a true food lover, gluten-free recipe developer, world traveler, and health blogger. I am also a great advocate of ”to some degree öz self-care and life, while adventures halfway around the world! Because it's all about balance.



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