While cut differently, salmon steaks cook just as quickly and easily as flat fillets. These easy recipes upgrade salmon steaks with a host of tasty toppings like dill, spice rubs, and curry, so you can deliver dinner in a flash.See Popular Salmon Steak Recipes
The earthy, smoky flavor of the lentil and root-vegetable ragout is a classic flavor pairing for broiled salmon, since it's assertive enough to stand up to the bold flavor of the fish. For the lentil ragout, you can be flexible with the ingredients. If I can't find smoked pork shoulder, I often use smoked turkey sausage.
For a light summer supper, try this make-ahead recipe. The evening before, poach and refrigerate the salmon. Mix and refrigerate the creamy herbed dressing. Both the fish and dressing are at their flavorful best refreshingly chilled.
A lively lemon, caper, and wine sauce sparks the flavor of the salmon and pasta in this quick dinner recipe.
A flavorful caper sauce brings out the best in these healthy lemon-poached salmon steaks.
Easy three-ingredient glazes give you options for a no-fuss dinner. A quick spinach saute makes a nice side that suits any glaze.
Simple but sophisticated, this sweet-and-spicy salmon gets great flavor and aroma from a splash of bourbon in the marinade.
A tasty marinade of lime juice, garlic, and oregano gives this broiled fish steak recipe a citrusy appeal.
Although this recipe takes very little hands- on cooking time, be sure to allow an hour to marinate the salmon so it absorbs all the flavors of the sweet-and-salty marinade.
On the hottest summer evenings, quickly grill these butter-basted salmon steaks and serve with a chilled cucumber sauce.
Roast the peppers and tomatoes to concentrate their sweetness for this chunky topper for whole grain pasta. Serve with antioxidant-rich salmon.
When salmon is added to a potato and egg dish, you can serve it for breakfast, brunch or dinner.
This sweet and spicy glaze flavors the heart-healthy salmon in this low-calorie dinner. Try the glaze on chicken breasts, too.
Take a trip to Italy with this Tuscan-inspired rub, aromatic with fennel, basil, garlic, rosemary and oregano. Try it on boneless, skinless chicken thighs, salmon steaks or lamb chops.
Using a plank to grill fish keeps it from sticking or falling through the grate and imparts a subtle smoky flavor to the salmon. You could also use mahi-mahi or Pacific halibut in this recipe.
We used heart-healthy salmon instead of tuna for this classic salad. Serve it in the spring or summer for a satisfying dinner.
A simple teriyaki sauce mixture gives an Asian accent to these broiled tuna skewers served over a bed of vegetables and rice.
Salmon, a great source of omega-3s, is paired with kale, a calcium-packed green, for a dinner that's delicious and good for you.