14 Salmon Recipes That Are Anything But Boring
5 Salmon Recipes That Are Anything But Boring
Here are 5 salmon recipes that give everyone’s favorite fish the respect it deserves.
Chipotle-Rubbed Salmon Tacos
These salmon tacos are topped with a juicy, crispy, tangy apple-cucumber salsa.
Honey-Mustard-Glazed Salmon Steaks
Any time a novice cook asks Jamie Bissonnette for a simple recipe, he gives them this soy-honey-mustard sauce, and once you try it, you’ll see why.
Barbecued Salmon with Green Mango Salad
Barbecued salmon fillets find a winning companion in this fresh, bright green mango salad.
Salmon Sandwiches with Bacon and Apple-Horseradish Mayo
Mayonnaise spiked with Granny Smith apple and jarred horseradish is the secret to these salmon sandwiches, which make the perfect weekend lunch.
Salmon Club Sandwiches
Elevate the traditional club sandwich by adding salmon grilled in a lightly sweet, tangy tamarind sauce.
Seasoned with Indian spices and wrapped in naan, this succulent salmon sandwich topped with cilantro goes great with a fresh (and healthy) cucumber salad.
Pan-Fried Salmon Burgers with Cabbage Slaw and Avocado Aioli
This decadent burger is both moist and spicy thanks to cabbage slaw and avocado aioli.
The soy sauce, mirin, and brown sugar glaze here caramelize on the salmon for a crispy texture, and sweet and salty flavor.
Farfalle with Creamy Smoked Salmon and Vodka Sauce
Add smoked salmon and a creamy vodka sauce to farfalle pasta, for a simple, satisfying dinner dish that only takes 30 minutes to make.
Pasta with Salmon Caviar
Take your weeknight pasta game to the next level with this luxurious pasta dish, where juicy salmon eggs add a delicate crunch.
Mini Smoked-Salmon Croque-Monsieur
Forget the cheese plate at your next party. Try these easy-to-snack-on sandwiches, which use a creamy chive-flecked smoked salmon in place of béchamel.
Smoked Salmon Toasts with Mustard Butter
This indulgent snack would fit in perfectly at a picnic or potluck. Sour cream or cream cheese may be the usual spread with salty smoked salmon, but chef David Tanis thinks softened butter makes a tasty alternative.
Salmon Fried Rice with Carrots and Cabbage
Here’s one unusual way to use your leftover salmon: Combine it with vegetables to make a hearty fried rice dish for dinner.
Herbed Salmon Tartare with Chips
This is a great tartare for people who aren’t sure if they like raw fish, since it combines both fresh and hot-smoked salmon, which, along with cucumber, cornichon and crème fraîche, give it an appealing range of textures.