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The same salty-spicy vinaigrette coats both the roasted cauliflower and the baked salmon.
What an elegant entree--salmon fillets topped with sauteed mushrooms and green onions--served Wellington-style in a flaky puff pastry wrapping.
Company coming? Try this elegant strudel that's as easy to make as it is good. In fact, it's so tasty and delicious, you'll want to make it for the family too.
It's magic from the grill. Salmon gets jazzed with a mighty marinade and a mango salsa.
Looking to impress your guests? Try this wonderful recipe featuring wine-poached salmon sandwiched between layers of flaky puff pastry and served with an elegant, make-ahead sour-cream dill sauce.
This vibrant and distinctive main dish features a bed of crisp salad greens topped with a Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry Shell, brimming with tender glazed salmon and a refreshing citrus salsa made with oranges, tomato, onion, capers and cilantro.
Creme fraiche and lemon juice are the perfect counterpoints for the rich, buttery texture of the braised salmon. The reduced pan juices from the salmon have a delicious tangy flavor similar to that of bearnaise sauce.
Kelly Wearstler loves Los Angeles caterer Lulu Powers and often hires her to prepare inventive, healthy food for events, like this citrusy tart-sweet salmon. Powers pairs it with a pilaf, a riff on a recipe she learned from her husband's Armenian family. Her book, Lulu Powers Food to Flowers: Simple, Stylish Food for Easy Entertaining.
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.
Mirin (sweet Japanese rice wine) and rice-paper wrappers are available in the Asian food section of grocery stores. If you can't find rice paper, the salmon can be seared without it.
Poaching fish in wine is an easy way to infuse it with subtle flavor. Since some of the seasoning washes off, Kristin Donnelly likes to serve it with a sprinkling of coarse salt.
Austin's Flip Happy food truck uses giant crepes like tortillas, filling them with savory stuffings like juicy pulled pork and caramelized onions, or smoked salmon and tangy cream cheese blended with lemon, dill, and capers.
A marinade of jasmine tea and chipotles makes this grilled salmon far-from-ordinary.
The wonderfully citrusy dressing for the salad here is made with fresh lemon and orange juices and whisked with a little olive oil and mayonnaise until creamy.
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Use a cedar plank to grill salmon so the delicate seafood doesn't fall through grill grates.
Jason Franey makes the most of the superb mushrooms that grow in the Pacific Northwest -- for instance, pairing sauteed chanterelles with roasted salmon and figs in a red wine sauce. Since chanterelles are not always easy to find (and are expensive), oyster mushrooms are an ideal substitute.