This baked salmon recipe with garlic cilantro sauce is an easy, fancy, flavor-packed entree. I was talking to my friend the other day about how much I love sharing savory recipes on my baking blog. Alternatively, you can spread it out on a baking tray and place it in the oven at 150˚C (350˚F) for 5 minutes and then cool it down completely. The sugar and water are combined in a small pan then stirred continuously with a wooden spoon over medium heat until the sugar is dissolved.
This is our favorite salmon recipe, and the one that got us hooked on Jenn’s website and recipes. Just because they’re quick to prepare and healthy doesn’t mean you’re compromising on flavour, and they’re both wonderful dishes you can make for one or for a whole family.
Start it on the skillet and finish it off with broiling in the oven (I love this extra step to char the surface of the food). I know the salmon probably wouldn’t develop much of a glaze but could this work on an outdoor grill. I’ve prepared this dish before with grilled ahi tuna and it was also a great match – pretty much any fish (halibut, snapper, cod, mahi mahi, corvina, etc) will work great with the avocado salsa.
Bake it in the oven @ 450 for about 20-25 minutes (best) or nuke it till hot and bubbly. After about 20 minutes, the salmon will be perfectly cooked, moist, and delicious. Marinated in an Asian-Inspired marinade and then grilled hot and fast, this is one of the most flavorful salmon recipes I have and a perpetual favorite of mine and my friends.
Salmon is done when easily flaked: You can also check the doneness of your salmon with a fork. Then pour the custard into the baked and cooled pie shell and chill 2-4 hours or until firm. A terrific way to serve salmon that is just sooooo crazy quick and easy and soooo delicious!