Herb Crusted Salmon

• 29 April 2008

I made this fantastic recipe from now-defunct Blueprint mag {insert sobbing} last night and loved it. The best part? it's so easy! The recipe calls for cooking the salmon in the oven but I'm not a huge fan of stinking my house up with any kind of fish, so we grilled it in an aluminum "tray". This recipe is a true crowd pleaser; my kids gobbled it up so fast I'm not sure they even noticed the shock on my face. Although, L. did tell me I was nice and pretty during dinner so I'm thinkin' this recipe is pure magic!

Instead of serving it with the roasted lemons I served the salmon with roasted potatoes. For some reason I love eating fish dishes with roasted potatoes. They seem to compliment each other well. Throw in a simple garden salad and some fresh fruit and voila, you have a meal nice enough to serve company...and you didn't even have to slave all day in the kitchen either!

Click here to view the original recipe.

Note: For those of you not familiar with panko (the recipe calls for 1/4 cup), it's a Japanese style breadcrumb. I must say I highly prefer it over our American version. Panko is light, flaky and of the perfect texture in every way. You can find it in the Asian section of your local grocery store or at an Asian market (in SLC try Oriental Market on 7th east and Southeast Asian Market on 9th south).


sws said...

I've tried this recipe of yours before. I LOVE it! The salmon always cooks perfectly. Thanks for sharing. I'm trying your orange cookies this afternoon for some last minute VTing. Thanks!

Holman House said...

Hi, I've wanted some advice for a while on a subject, so I thought I'd ask you. I'm a fan of non-stick pans, but it seems they don't last more than six or so months, then the non-stick surface starts to flake off, making me worry that the "poison" my mom always talks about is getting in our food. What kind of cookware do you use? My husband swears that stainless steel is too hard to clean. Any suggestions? Rachel

Bethany Hissong said...

I have to try this because Salmon is my husband's favorite! And like you, that fishy smell deters me.

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