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Smoky Maple-Mustard Salmon

September/October 2011

Your rating: None Average: 4.3 (65 votes)

It doesn’t get much easier—or more delicious—than this speedy recipe for roast salmon topped with a smoky maple-mustard sauce. The sweetness of the maple balances the tangy mustard; smoked paprika or ground chipotle adds another layer of flavor. Ask at the fish counter to have the salmon cut into four 4-ounce fillets with the skin removed. Serve with roasted green beans and whole-wheat couscous tossed with pecans and chives.


Smoky Maple-Mustard Salmon Recipe

8 Reviews for Smoky Maple-Mustard Salmon

04/04/2014
Anonymous
yummy!

Only tip is that I've made it a few times, and it takes longer than 12 mins to Cook
Sometimes even another 10 to 15
I like it pretty pink then let it rest to finish up
Delicious recipe

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04/04/2014
Anonymous
yummy!

Only tip is that I've made it a few times, and it takes longer than 12 mins to Cook
Sometimes even another 10 to 15
I like it pretty pink then let it rest to finish up
Delicious recipe

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11/09/2012
Anonymous
Easy and delicious!

This was a big hit! Took so little time to prepare and cook. I also made a side of sauteed sugar snap peas and the cous cous with spring onion and pecan. All went beautifully together. A great meal for two!

easy, fast, tasty, healthy
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06/24/2012
Anonymous
Fool proof

I wouldn't change a thing. I've made it twice now and have shared the recipe with everyone that I know that likes salmon. Whenever I made salmon previously, it was dry and flavorless. This is full of flavors that compliment each other. I plan to make it many more times so I feel it is well worth the price...... thank you!

so easy!
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05/30/2012
Delicious way to cook salmon

Made this for a potluck and it was a big hit. I love the strong flavor of the maple/mustard with the salmon. This will be a regular in my house.

Easy, healthy
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