Wild or farm-raised, salmon is a heart-healthy meal. From blackened to grilled to poached variations, salmon ranks among favorite seafood recipes -- no matter how you cook it.
The same salty-spicy vinaigrette coats both the roasted cauliflower and the baked salmon.
Lively, spicy-sweet cardamom adds more flavor to this dish and complements the smoky salmon and cool melon flavors. Perfect for brunch or a light, no-cook dinner.
A marinade of jasmine tea and chipotles makes this grilled salmon far-from-ordinary.
Oregano, cucumber and Greek yogurt give these salmon burgers their Mediterranean flair.
Use a cedar plank to grill salmon so the delicate seafood doesn't fall through grill grates.
To prepare this main dish recipe, a pocket is cut all the way through the fish that encases semi-soft garlic and herb cheese.
A tablespoon of brown sugar is all you need to help an entire salmon fillet score a beautifully crunchy and caramelized exterior.
Jalapeno pepper jelly gives this seafood marinated recipe a bite.
As the salmon grills, the tamari sauce and balsamic vinegar glaze caramelizes on the fish, adding color and flavor to the final dish.
Caesar dressing flavors individual bread shells topped with salmon, spinach, walnuts, and Parmesan cheese. Serve as a main dish for two or slice thin and use as an appetizer.
Find phyllo dough near the other puff pastries in the freezer section of your local grocery store. Wrap it around salmon for a crispy pastry seafood bundle.
Layer smoked salmon and scrambled eggs with puff pastry for an elegant brunch dish.
Red onion and stewed tomatoes add subtle sweetness to the ratatouille a perfect counterpoint to the peppery fish.
In just 20 minutes you can whip up a nutritious and delicious meal that's less than 400 calories. The salmon provides lots of healthy omega-3 fatty acids while the nutty and fruity vinaigrette dressing used on both the fish and beans keeps the flavors light and refreshing.