November 14, 2011
Dinner, Main Dish, Fish,
Salmon, Italian, Mediterranean, Easy/Beginner Cooking, Quick Meals, Summer, Weeknight Meals, Broil, Grilling (Outdoor), Gluten-Free, Heart Healthy, High Protein, Kosher, Low Carbohydrate, No Eggs, Non-Dairy more
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"Grilled (or broiled) salmon with an Italian flair."
Prepare outdoor grill (or preheat broiler).
Combine all ingredients except salmon and oil in a bowl.
Brush each fillet (on both sides) with 1 teaspoon oil. Press spice mixture on skinless side of salmon. Let stand 15 minutes.
Place salmon skin side up on grill grate. Cover and cook 3 minutes. Flip and cook, skin side down, 5 minutes more or until done. (or on a rack of a broiler pan. Cook under broiler 3 minutes and turn fish skin side down and continue cooking until done.)
Remove from grill (or broiler) and serve.
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A simple yet flavorful dish that’s both easy to make and wonderful to eat.
Great flavor! I will make it often. My family loved it!
Fabulous! I halved the recipe and followed it to the letter (made it under the broiler). The seasoning mix is perfect, I'll make that again. Thanks for sharing! Made for Best of 2017 on FFF
Delicious salmon! I loved the herb mixture and subsequent flavor. I coated my salmon with a thin layer of mayonnaise instead of the olive oil. I used the broiling directions and the salmon turned out beautifully. Thank you!
This is really fabulous salmon. I used just one filet (no skin) and didn't have ground fennel so used whole seed fennel. But otherwise I followed the recipe exactly. I broiled the fish in the oven, 3 minutes and then flipped it over and did 3 more minutes. It was a little rare for me in the middle, so I would add a couple of more minutes of cooking (8-10 minutes total). I ate about 2/3 of the filet and saved the most rare sections to flake and eat leftover tomorrow, cold. I love cold cooked salmon too. I did go heavy on the spices on one side...totally personal preference.
I used a thinner salmon filet so I followed the previous reviewers instructions and added a light coating of mayo to this and it worked out great. I cooked the fish for 3 minutes on one side and 2 minutes on the other. Great flavours!! Thanks for sharing.
The combination of spices really gave the salmon a lovely flavor. I broiled the salmon and they were quite thin fillets so I almost, but not quite, overcooked them. Next time I make this recipe I will put a very thin layer of moyo on the fish then add the spices, this will seal the fish and keep it moist. Will make the recipe again thanks Mikekey