Slow-Roasted Salmon with Fennel, Citrus, and Chiles

Don’t bother trying to divide this fillet into tidy portions. Instead, use a spoon to break it into perfectly imperfect pieces. And you don’t have to stick with salmon. Try this recipe with cod, halibut, or turbot filets.

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Serves: 6


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Grilled Salmon with Maple and Mustard

This tasty grilled salmon recipe is the easiest and fastest way to cook salmon. Topped off with a sweet-tangy slathering of maple syrup and mustard really complements the fish’s meatiness. Making the glaze right on the grill means you don’t even have to turn on the stove.

If you wish, the glaze can be made up to a day in advance on the stove. Cook it uncovered over medium-high heat, let it cool slightly, transfer it to a container with a tightfitting lid, and refrigerate. Let the glaze come to room temperature before proceeding with the recipe.

To keep the fish from sticking to the grill, once the grill is hot, use the scraper to remove any residue from previous grilling sessions. Then follow the instructions for oiling the grill right before cooking.

salmon grilled maple and mustard

Difficulty: Easy
Total Time: 20 mins
Makes: 4 servings


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Roasted Salmon with White Wine, Lemon Butter Sauce

We absolutely love seafood and salmon is one of our favorites. Not only does it taste phenomenal and have amazing texture, it’s also so simple and quick to prepare.

The salmon has such a juicy and moist texture. Four of the best accompanying flavors to salmon are all combined in this super sauce – white wine, lemon, butter and fresh herbs. Served with a luscious white wine and lemon butter sauce, the salmon is coated with a punch of fresh, aromatic flavor. It’s also so creamy and velvety but the tartness cuts through the richness of the salmon.




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