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Fennel-Crusted Salmon on White Beans

February/March 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 4.5 (20 votes)

Delicious warm white beans and fennel are topped with succulent fennel-seed-crusted salmon for a double hit of flavor. For an extra-fresh look, set aside some additional chopped fennel fronds to use as a garnish.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made this but had ony black beans and no fennel... Used a pretty big onion and added a bit of fennel seed to the beans and it was most excellent. "
Fennel-Crusted Salmon on White Beans Recipe

11 Reviews for Fennel-Crusted Salmon on White Beans

02/16/2013
Anonymous
Perfect!

I followed the recipe exactly, and was very very satisfied with the results! there were NO leftovers!! And everyone said it was a repeat dish.

Easy
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02/16/2013
Anonymous
Perfect!

I followed the recipe exactly, and was very very satisfied with the results! there were NO leftovers!! And everyone said it was a repeat dish.

Easy
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12/07/2011
Anonymous
Rich taste balanced beautifully with nice glass of white wine

Delicious and easy when modified. Cooked fennel and tomatoes first (added a little garlic). A little mustard goes a long way especially if you are using good quality (mixed whole grain and dijon). No reason to wipe out pan when cooking salmon. Placed veggies in a covered glass dish while salmon was cooking. Flaking salmon on top was brilliant- blended flavors far better than eating salmon w/ veggies on the side.

simple, healthy and very filling
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03/02/2010

I made this but had ony black beans and no fennel... Used a pretty big onion and added a bit of fennel seed to the beans and it was most excellent.

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

This is my go-to salmon dish - it is fresh, healthy and delish. Love the fennel and white beans as a dish on their own, too. I also use canned tomatoes and get the ones with garlic already in, so that cuts down on a step.

Erin K., San Diego, CA

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