A simple marinade of dill and lemon adds wonderful flavor to grilled salmon. Be sure that you scrub the grill grate and lightly oil it before you add the salmon so it doesn't stick. Or use a grill basket to keep the tender fish intact.
This simple recipe pairs tender, moist fish with sweet grapes and crunchy sliced almonds. It's perfect for entertaining.
Purchase broccoli slaw in the prepared salad section of your grocery store. It is made of julienned broccoli stems and usually red cabbage and carrots. It makes a wonderful salad to go on top of the hot and moist fish in this easy recipe.
This super easy recipe combines sweet caramelized vegetables with perfectly cooked salmon. I thought this would work in the crockpot, but I wasn't sure until I tried it. Now it's one of my favorite recipes.
This super easy recipe is ready to eat in under 15 minutes. All you need is salmon and orange juice and a microwave oven!
There are a lot of ingredients in this recipe, in small amounts. But they all add up to make a fabulous slightly spicy, flavorful sauce that is perfect with mild fish. Watch the fish carefully while it's broiling. The sauce will get dark in spots; that's okay. Just don't let it burn.
Crisp homemade coleslaw tops hot and tender fish sticks and crisp fried tortillas in this excellent recipe. I love the combination of hot fish with the cool and crunchy slaw.
This meal really does cost just ten dollars: I priced it last week in the supermarket. It's a great combination of textures and flavors, and it will satisfy any meat lover.
This beautiful recipe is easy to make and fun to serve. The spinach and rice filling is the perfect complement to the tender and flaky fish. And I love that it's a microwave recipe.
And finally, you'll need a recipe to use up all that salmon! This recipe can be made with any cooked fish. It's creamy, rich, wonderfully delicious, and so easy.