We enjoyed this recipe very much! I followed the recipe exactly and it came out delicious. Don't worry about using all the garlic called for -- when you roast garlic it comes out sweet and very tasty, not intense like raw garlic. Only issue was that it took longer to cook the salmon than it said in the recipe, even at the high heat called for in the recipe, but I had 6 oz pieces rather than 4 oz, so that's understandable. Give this one a try -- you'll enjoy it!
Garlic Roasted Salmon & Brussels Sprouts
From EatingWell: November/December 2011
Roasting salmon on top of Brussels sprouts and garlic, flavored with wine and fresh oregano, is a meal that is simple enough for a weeknight meal yet sophisticated enough to serve to company. Serve with whole-wheat couscous.
13 Reviews for Garlic Roasted Salmon & Brussels Sprouts
Forgot to get wine-used vegetable broth instead. Delicious! Loved this recipe. Will definitely make it again.
This. Was. Amazing.
I don't like fish, and agree with other reviewers that this was a great way to have fish, without the super fishy taste you normally get from fish.
I read reviews before cooking, so only added 4 cloves of chopped garlic to the brussel sprouts instead of 12 (seems like so and!). I also had the oven at 400 instead of 450.
I didn't end up using all of the sauce to drizzle over the fish as the recipe intended, maybe added too much wine?
But anyway, it was great. The flavor of the brussel sprouts was perfect for the fish. My husband requested I make this again this week!
Very easy and extremely tasty! I deleted all the cloves of garlic with the brussel sprouts and just used the chopped garlic in the oil/wine sauce. Did not miss them! Serve with mashed butternut squash - nice touch of sweet to a very savory meal.
This was a great tasting recipe, the only problem was the oven temperature. My brussels sprouts set off the smoke alarm before the fish even went in the oven. I'd definitely make it again only reduce the heat. Otherwise it went over very well.