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From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook, this salmon is as impressive in presentation as it is delicious. Made with dried red chile peppers, the red chile paste imparts a deep burgundy color and a chocolate-like, mildly spicy flavor while the brown sugar creates a sweet, caramelized topping.
Smoky chipotle chiles add a spicy flavor to the tomato and cilantro sauce which slowly bakes into the salmon. Tomatillos are small Mexican green tomatoes which add a pleasant tartness. Serve this dish over wilted greens or quinoa pilaf with toasted pumpkin seeds.
In Asian countries, poaching salmon in green tea is a common cooking technique. Here, we bring a variation to this tradition by poaching the fish in mild white tea. Use the poaching liquid to make a delicately flavored sauce to complement the richness of this fish. Serve with steamed rice and Swiss chard.
Pumpernickel, with its subtle sweetness and hearty flavor, provides the perfect base for an appetizing bite of smoked salmon topped with a lemon-dill crème fraîche mixture. You can prepare all of the components ahead of time, but assemble just before serving.
Salty smoked salmon, rich cream cheese, plump tomatoes and zesty red onion bring a wonderful mix of flavors to this baked frittata. Enjoy it for breakfast, snack on it for lunch, or serve it for dinner with a simple green salad.
This roasted fish dish is delicious when served with oven-roasted potatoes and steamed green beans.
For a gluten-free option, use rounds of English cucumber in place of the toasts.
This brightly flavored seafood main course is a cinch to make, combining winter's best citrus with a mild, tequila-flavored salsa. Serve with plenty of brown rice and steamed or sautéed greens to soak up the good stuff.
A very affordable crowd pleaser served with crackers, flatbread or pita chips.
Matzo meal, made from unleavened matzo crackers, is used in this recipe to help hold the arugula mixture together, much the same way that breadcrumbs are often used as a binder in meatloaf.
This colorful one-dish meal will become a new favorite.
This impressive salmon is easy to assemble, making it a great choice for spring entertaining.
This outstanding salad is loaded with flavor and packed with nutrient-rich ingredients. Baking the salmon for the recipe is easy, but you can also use leftover grilled or poached salmon. Find baby kale in the packaged salad greens section.
A bed of greens makes a delicious accompaniment to salmon. Serve with brown rice or buttered pasta.
Barley pairs with a simple Dijon mustard dressing and salmon to make this light yet satisfying salad.
A bed of greens makes a delicious accompaniment to salmon. Serve with buttered rice or pasta if you like.
The lively flavors of pineapple juice, miso and cilantro make a delicious complement to baked salmon. Serve with steamed rice or pasta and green beans.
Serve this salmon over a bed of fresh spinach. Garnish with tomato wedges and drizzle any remaining marinade over the top.
Kids and adults alike will love this quick and flavorful baked salmon with a light, crunchy crust. If matzoh isn't available, substitute any cracker crumbs.
Sautéed in garlic-infused sesame oil, tender baby spinach provides a lovely bed of green for these flaky teriyaki salmon fillets. Use half of the tamari sauce to bake the salmon, the other half to baste it frequently. A simple yet flavorful dish. To make the ginger juice, grate ginger over a small bowl, then squeeze it firmly to release its juice.