Salmon Roasted with Tomatoes & Olives

Fall 2002, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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Although you can use any firm-fleshed fish, such as halibut or cod, salmon is especially pretty with the roasted tomatoes and black olives. Serve with steamed green beans or broccoli florets and boiled new potatoes.

"I have made this a half a dozen times. Very enjoyable and easy, and great the next day, too. I like more olives, and have been substituting about 2 Tbs. of high zest marmalade for the orange zest. Anonymous, Burlington, VT "
Salmon Roasted with Tomatoes & Olives

6 Reviews for Salmon Roasted with Tomatoes & Olives

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This is my go to recipe, easy to make, quick and surprisingly delicious. I would recommend making with salmon with skin, as the skin does crispy and it's amazing. Onions caramelise well also.

Easy and flexible - if you're missing an ingredient, no problem

This recipe is AWESOME. My daughter and my husband both cleared their plates in no time. That's something what doesn't usually happen with healthy food...

Easy to prepare
amazing recipe!!!

the tomato - olive combination tastes AMAAAZING with salmon!! i put a zest of on lemon though instead of the orange and i added some Lebanese fish spices, ground cumin and ground coriander and some celery. my guests loved it thank you!

The veggies don't need 45 minutes!

Easy, elegant, tasty, but I found the tomatoes and onions took less than the 45 minutes roasting time called for in the recipe, probably more like 30. Also, the tomato juices ended up forming a charred layer on the bottom of the roasting pan.

easy, tasty, fish stays moist

Great tasting recipe. We used our grill as an oven and did the roasting on the grill. Paired this entree with the Spinach and Sherry Vinaigrette Salad. Used the leftovers to make a risotto, sauteing a zucchini in olive oil, before adding rice, wine, chicken stock and the salmon mixture. We added parmesean cheese, the strong flavors of the salmon, tomatoes and olives could stand up to the cheese.

Marianne, Redondo Beach, CA


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