We’ve pulled together our most popular recipes, our latest additions and our editor’s picks, so there’s sure to be something tempting for you to try. A lot of friends and relatives are a fan of your pineapple tarts too.. 🙂 It is super yummy and it is the only recipe I go to every year. Grilling the salmon on water-soaked cedar planks infuses it with a delightfully smoky taste, plus the sauce gives it a golden glaze.
The main dish was baked sockeye salmon, Jasmine rice topped with a Mushroom and Carrot Sauce (fancy for me as I usually just eat my rice plain with a little oil, garlic powder and avocado) and a side of steamed broccoli. If desired, heat any remaining glaze to a boil and drizzle over top of the salmon.
There is only one rule to remember when it comes to salmon: do not over cook it. For a flaky and tender baked salmon, all it takes is 4-6 minutes per half- inch. The salmon gets a rub of some delicious spices, and the avocado salsa is quick and sooo flavorful.
Roasted grape tomatoes, shallots, and garlic perfectly complement tender seasoned salmon in this diabetic dinner that’s low in carbs and big on flavor. Then I started adding the sauce into the skillet with the salmon, and that’s even better, so I decided it was time to refresh this recipe (which I posted originally posted in March 2015!) plus I’ve added a recipe video.
Grill for 25 to 30 minutes, or until the salmon is opaque and flakes easily with a fork. If you love salmon, you can try out my other salmon recipes which I share on my blog. I can’t remember if I have reviewed this recipe yet…but it is another amazingly tasty and simple recipe!