Garlic Roasted Salmon & Brussels Sprouts

November/December 2011

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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.

Garlic Roasted Salmon & Brussels Sprouts

15 Reviews for Garlic Roasted Salmon & Brussels Sprouts

Family standby

My 8 y-o son loves this! We also make the sprouts (follow recipe exactly except salmon) as a side for many other dishes...always goes fast!

easy, fast, kid loves it
Delicious, easy all-in-one dish

This is an easy, delicious dish. Simple and quick enough for a week night meal, yet sophisticated enough for company. The hardest part was skinning the salmon, I forgot to ask the butcher to do it!
We're not brussel sprout fans, so we used yellow and green squash and potatoes instead, and it was perfect. I also don't cook with salt, so I used Mrs. Dash instead and everything was perfectly flavored. And the roasted garlic cloves give such a great taste to the veggies. The best part is you make everything in one dish.
I served a nice mixed salad on the side with a feta vinaigrette and it was the perfect meal.

Easy, quick, can easily substitute vegetables
Excellent sophisticated yet simple dish

My husband actually enjoyed Brussel sprouts with this combination. The flavors really complemented each other well. In the past, I sometimes found Brussel sprouts overpowering but not in this dish.

One dish, Carmelized garlic balanced Brussel sprouts
Fantastic one-dish meal!

So tasty! Just made one substitution - I thought I had fresh oregano but it was thyme, so I used that instead. I used all the garlic in the recipe and honestly, the roasted cloves were so good I'd probably double the amount next time. We were practically fighting over them! I wouldn't skip the wine, either - it added great flavor.

Easy to prepare, only one dish to clean

This dish was out of this world! I added diced potatoes to the cabbage and they turned out beautifully. Highly recommend!


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