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The rich, savory flavor of smoked salmon is the perfect complement to springtime pasta dishes. Here, olives, artichoke hearts, baby spinach and capers lend a Mediterranean air, while white wine vinegar, walnut oil and Dijon mustard combine in an exquisite, light dressing. We prefer to use organic whole wheat penne, but any bowtie or penne-type pasta would be delicious, too.
This simple, festive treatment for a whole side of salmon is an easy way to feed a crowd with style. You can substitute a mix of peppercorns (green, white, pink and black—sometimes called rainbow peppercorns) for the black and pink ones called for in this mix. Just remember that black peppercorns are considerably harder than other varieties, so they'll need more attention during the crushing process.
These burgers are full of delicious salmon flavor and get a boost from a crunchy, savory slaw. You can serve the burgers in your favorite hamburger rolls or just on their own. The slaw will absorb the flavors of the dressing as it sits, so taste it just before serving and add a little salt and pepper or a tablespoon more dressing if you think it needs it.
Here's an oven-baked dish that's an easy solution for busy weeknights. The recipe is a great example of how to affordably enjoy some of the best fish on Earth-wild-caught salmon from a Marine Stewardship Council certified-sustainable fishery. It also shows how a healthy portion of high-quality animal protein fits easily into a Health Starts Here menu plan. Serve with green beans alongside and dinner is done. If you're not crazy about curry, substitute dried dill for the curry powder, though your rice won't be quite as "sunny."
Make this recipe in the spring, when English peas are perfectly sweet and delicious. The base for the sauce is made by simply processing fresh peas through a juicer.
Feathery green fennel fronds, which grow on a bulb a fennel, are full of flavor. In this recipe, they're used to bolster the tomato-fennel compote, but use them to garnish salads or soups, too.
Top these tasty burgers with sliced tomatoes or cucumbers, pickled ginger, grated daikon radish or frisee.
A show-stopper! Make the pesto a few days ahead-or purchase pesto-and then it's just minutes to a beautiful meal. The skin on one side and pesto on the other keeps the fish deliciously moist.
This simple dish of baked fish topped with a fresh citrus-herb salt mixture can be easily prepared on a weeknight. Serve with brown or wild rice and a green salad.
These light kabobs are a perfect complement for summer salads or on top of a bed of couscous or quinoa pilaf.
This recipe pairs summer's best tomatoes and basil with salmon.
You can't beat the flavor of wild salmon! This recipe pairs the Thai flavors of lemongrass, coconut milk, and fragrant herbs with the rich, full flavors of the salmon. Sear the salmon well-everyone loves those golden crispy bites.
Smoked salmon is classic brunch fare. Chives and dill have a natural affinity for salmon, and in this recipe herbs are worked into a rich buttermilk biscuit dough with a simple cream cheese spread.
Fresh chervil and chives garnish this light salmon dish, which is perfect for serving during the spring and summer.
This quick and easy pasta is a great weeknight recipe featuring the classic combination of salmon, peas and dill.
The Italians call these sandwiches, made with soft white bread, Tramezzini. This twist pairs smoked salmon and light cream cheese with a touch of lemon zest.
A dollop of crème fraîche, a slice of smoked salmon and a sprig of fresh herb perched on crisp sliced potatoes (also known as potato chips) are sure to impress your guests. Make the crème fraîche mixture and cut the salmon into small pieces ahead of time. Assemble just before guests arrive.
If the weather isn't right for grilling, simply cook this sweet glazed salmon under the broiler instead. Its bright green salsa, made from tomatillos, green bell peppers, avocados and cilantro, is the perfect accompaniment.
The strawberry-cucumber salsa that tops these moist, flavorful salmon fillets is delicious served on its own, too, with a few tortilla chips for dipping. For the marinade, substitute cranberry juice for the strawberry juice, if you like.