The bright flavors and beautiful colors in this one-pan meal make it a company-worthy meal, but it’s quick enough for a weeknight, too.
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Perfect combination of flavors and so easy. I served it for a birthday dinner for 16 people. Roasted the fennel and onion ahead of time. Roasted 3 whole salmon fillets for 15 minutes and the fish was perfect. I served the salmon whole topped with the gremolata so people could take the size portion they wanted. People who ordinarily don't like fish raved about it. There was just a small piece left over! I made no changes to the recipe except to add some salt when chopping the pistachios because I couldn't find the salted ones.
Very easy to prepare and quite tasty as well. I have added some white wine to the fennel and salmon just before and roasted them. Delicious.
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