Servings: 4 to 6
This savory one-pan supper is weeknight-friendly because you can marinate the salmon before work or for as little as 30 minutes before you broil it.
Simple, attractive on the plate, and delicious. Going into the regular rotation. I cook salmon often when it is in season but for some reason never thought of broiling it. Now it will be my go to method. Less hassle than bbq and doesn’t make a spattery, fishy mess like pan searing. This dish is nice with japonica rice on the side.
Very nice. Didn't have asparagus, so used green beans - parcooked them for a few min first. Definitely use the cherry tomatoes - they added a nice contrast to the overall savoriness.
I prepared it for a party and it was the best salmon recipie I ever had. It diapeared in no time.
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