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This vibrant, fully cooked ceviche is made with simple poached salmon, but you could use leftover grilled salmon instead. And feel free to add serrano or jalapeño pepper if you like it spicy.
We took the classic flavors and textures of Beef Wellington and transformed them into an elegant preparation for salmon. Use any mushroom you like—white button, cremini or mixed wild mushrooms are all good choices.
Deliciously simple, almost foolproof and ready in 10 minutes: what more could you ask for? This is a great introduction on cooking salmon for novices, but it's also a good basic recipe that invites more complex toppings: salsas, sauces or herb butters.
This scrumptious chowder is one of the most satisfying ways we know of to get your omega-3's, and it's a great way to warm up a chilly evening. Make it a day ahead for company, reheating gently without boiling.
Roasting concentrates the sweetness and flavor of organic grapes, making them a delicious complement to rich salmon fillets.
This recipe is a superb showcase for rich salmon and tangy crème fraîche. If you'd rather not bake the salmon you could pan-sear or steam it instead, or use about 1 1/3 cups leftover or store-bought cooked salmon.
Prepared with natural red cedar, planked salmon is a slow cooking method that produces a wonderful aroma, delicate texture and rich smoky flavor.
Need a delicious way to get your omega-3 fatty acids? This honey and lime basted salmon dish is nutritious and perfect for backyard grilling.
This decadent, creamy smoked salmon spread is delicious on a fresh baguette or whole wheat crackers. Garnish with chopped fresh chives or dill, if you like.
Fresh raspberry vinaigrette brings the taste of summer to salmon. The fruit's sweetness and light acidity also balances the rich flavor of the fish. Equally delicious when served cold, it makes a perfect picnic entrée. Or, crumble the cooked salmon into pieces, marinate in the dressing, and toss with a green salad for a quick, healthful meal.
Broil quick-cooking vegetables like sliced red onions or bell peppers with the salmon, if you like, and serve over steamed kale. Or flake the salmon over spring greens and baby spinach and toss with the caramelized cherries for a gorgeous salad.
Marinating salmon in yogurt and then cooking it on a covered grill produces tandoori-style salmon with a delightfully silky texture. We recommend marinating overnight to really allow the yogurt and Sriracha to penetrate the fish, but one or more hours will do if you're pressed for time.
This unique entrée brings together sweet apples and savory roasted salmon. The shingled topping of alternating red and green-skinned apples results in a dazzling presentation. Serve with sautéed greens and rice pilaf.
Three kinds of olives join two varieties of bell peppers to create a flavorful dressing for baby salad greens. Top with grilled citrus salmon for a delicious light summer meal.
Canned salmon provides a flavor twist and an omega-3 boost to traditional Maryland crab cakes. Serve with lemon wedges, tartar sauce and plenty of grilled corn or veggies.
Rich salmon, slightly sweet honey mustard and crunchy vegetables make this fresh take more flavorful than tuna salad. Kids and adults alike will enjoy it on stoneground crackers, multigrain sandwich bread or lettuce leaves.
Serving these appetizers with a few lemon wedges on the side is the perfect garnish. Encourage your guests to squeeze them over the top of the salmon as a tart complement to the cream cheese underneath.
The sweetness of the honey combines well with pungent miso and mustard for a glaze which seals the salmon and helps retain all the natural juices while baking. The glaze may also be used for any of your favorite seafoods.
Fresh wild-caught Alaska salmon is one of the most amazing flavors of summer and Whole Foods Market is particularly careful about where it comes from. For a decade, we've been offering seafood from MSC-certified sustainable fisheries and wild Alaska salmon is just one example. Supporting a long-term supply of seafood is worth it, and like most everything so incredible there are ways to take just a small delectable amount and stretch it so more people can enjoy it.
A blend of sweet and spicy, try this salmon next time you light up the grill. Since there is sugar in the marinade, make sure to oil your grill well or wrap each fillet loosely in heavy foil and place directly on grill to avoid sticking.