Since we discovered this way to cook salmon, we haven't had it any other way!
"30 minutes is way to long with a 350 degree oven. More like 20 minutes. Since I was feeding my young children I left out the cayanne pepper and it still turned out great. I let it set in the fridge with the spices for about 4 hours before cooking. My 5 year old will hardly ever eat anything, but she LOVED this dish. We served with a fresh salad and corn."
Combine all seasoning ingredients and spread over the surface of the salmon. Bake (skin-side down) in a 350 F oven for 20 - 30 minutes depending on the thickness of the salmon.
If you're grilling it, do so over high heat for 10 - 15 minutes depending on thickness. Do not turn the salmon over.
This salmon can also be grilled on the barbecue, but watch for flare-ups!
Paula85 1m agoVery tasty just the way it is.
Marilen 2m agoAs mentioned in other reviews, it was a bit spicy. I will be trying this one more time and leaving out the cayenne, as well as adding slightly more of the garlic and onion.
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newmoney 10m agoMore detail would be appreciated. The recipe lacks some accuracy and is spicy for the average palate. Also the bake time of 20-30 is too long. 18-20min is the sweet spot IMO otherwise it turns out over cooked and dry. Overall the flavours are nice looking forward to tweaking this myself.
cookingGurl29 11m agomy favorite way to make salmon i always add a spash of white wine. if you dont like a ton of spice dont add the cayenne but me and my man love it with it.
roysyyc 1y agoWas a little spicy but for all those spices we did not find it flavourful at all.
Jeannelake 1y agoIt's delicious. It's also easy to tweak if you are serving to folks who like a little less spice, but my family and I love it as it is.
Samoora 1y agoAmazing a so easy
innocuous_name 1y agoWith the skin on, I did not grease the pan, and it stuck which was perfect! The salmon pulled clean off when serving.