We celebrated our son-in-law David’s birthday and that means that we serve salmon and chicken for dinner. Salmon is his favorite, so we make that for him and the chicken is for the few non fish eaters in our family.
My favorite way to cook salmon is so easy it isn’t really a recipe.
All you need is, of course Salmon fillets, olive oil, lemon juice, Kosher salt,
Black pepper and Coriander.
We start with the farm raised frozen salmon fillets. Thawed. (Costco)
We like to use whole Coriander and mash it with a mortar and pestle,
but you can purchase ground Coriander.
Sprinkle each fillet with Kosher salt and Black pepper. Drizzle with olive oil and lemon juice, them sprinkle each with about 1/2 – 1 tsp of Coriander. Bake in a 325 degree oven for 20-25 minutes or until it flakes.
We like our fish a little dryer so we cook it for the longer time.
It is great served hot with rice or on a roll for a sandwich.
John likes the cold leftovers in crumbled in his salad.
The fish lovers of the world enjoy!
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4 thoughts on “Coriander Salmon”
This looks delicious! I love salmon and I wish my husband did too so I could make it more!! Visiting from the DBB : )
Karen @ Sunny Soirees
It is my son-in-law’s favorite and my daughter doesn’t like any kind of fish. I know what your dealing with. Good luck. Come see us again soon.
I love salmon! I don’t think I’ve ever tried coriander before, so I might have to try this soon! Pinning!
This is my favorite way to fix it and it is so simple. Thank you for stopping by.