Maple Glazed Baked Salmon makes for a nutritious, quick and easy healthy dinner recipe! Only a few basic ingredients are needed to make this sweet and crispy salmon come to life! Serve it to friends and family for a lovely evening in.
For me, the fall is all about fuzzy socks, oversized sweaters, and maple EVERYTHING!
In fact, fall is what inspired me to make this maple-glazed salmon recipe. I receive a great amount of enjoyment out of combining sweet and savory flavors to create ultra palatable meals, and this easy dinner recipe is exactly that – scrumptious!
The salmon turns out nice and crispy, yet moist and tender, with a nice balance of herby, savory flavors with that delectable maple glaze.
The best part? It’s quick and easy to prepare, yet appears fancy!
If you tried my Crispy Honey-Glazed Salmon Recipe from a few years ago, you’ll absolutely love the maple version just as much!
How to Bake Salmon in Foil! – a photo tutorial for an easy foil salmon recipe requiring only a few basic ingredients and hardly any prep.
Are you new to baking salmon and/or are looking for a quick and easy method to get dinner on the table pronto?
Well, you have come to the right spot, because this little tutorial on how to bake salmon in foil couldn’t be any simpler!
One of the easiest ways to cook salmon is to bake it in foil. This process is low-fuss, generates minimal cleanup, and results in goof-proof tasty salmon each and every time.
Let’s get after it!
Easy Salmon Poke Bowls with Crab Salad, seaweed salad, brown rice, and avocado. These delicious bowls are packed with flavor and give you a marvelous sushi experience in the comfort of your own home!
If you’re into raw fish and haven’t tried making poke bowls at home, I assure you, the process is easy and fun!
The only complicated part about making poke bowls is finding the best source for sushi-grade fish near you. Once you find a supplier of sushi-grade fish, the rest is smooth sailing!
I encourage you to read my Salmon Poke Recipe post before proceeding with these poke bowls, as it gives you everything you need to know about making poke safely and deliciously at home.
My favorite poke bowl ingredients are salmon poke, crab salad (which I make homemade using real crab from a jar), seaweed salad (which I buy from my seafood supplier), steamed white or brown rice, and avocado. I like topping it off with sesame seeds and sometimes some green onion.
There is plenty of room for adaptation here, so you can use this as inspiration for all your poke adventures!
Let’s dig a little deeper!
What is a Poke Bowl?:
Poke Bowls are big bowls of sushi-grade fish marinated in a tasty sauce with rice, and all sorts of add-ins depending on your personal taste. Poke bowls typically include one to 3 different types of fish or seafood, pickled cucumbers or ginger, edamame, mango, avocado, and a couple of different sauces.
Let’s talk more about these ingredients!
Pineapple Ginger Glazed Baked Salmon is a sweet and tangy healthy salmon recipe that only requires 6 ingredients, high in protein and omega-3.
Nightshade-Free AIP Green Curry with sockeye salmon is a low-inflammatory meal for those who follow AIP, paleo, keto, Low-FODMAP, and Whole30
Paleo Asian Baked Salmon made soy-free and refined sugar-free. This amazingly flavorful baked salmon recipe is easy to prepare and is seeping in delicious flavor! Serve it up with roasted asparagus and your choice of side dishes for a nutritious well-balanced meal.
52 Amazing Healthy Grilling Recipes:
A fresh salmon poke recipe with options! How to make fresh salmon poke at home! This post includes everything you need to know about sourcing fish, as well as a recipe for delicious salmon poke.
Do you dabble in the raw fish?
Over the last couple of years, I have been in the habit of cooking most of my meals at home, although I have a special place in my heart carved out for going out to all-you-can-eat-sushi. If you ever have the opportunity to visit Reno, going out to one of our many AYCE sushi restaurants should be first on your To Do list!
Using this interesting time as an opportunity to try new techniques, meals, flavors, etc in the kitchen is a great way of turning an otherwise dull situation into a pretty glorious one!
Enter: Salmon Poke. And Sushi Burgers. And All the fusion food.
If you saw my post a couple of days ago for Gluten-Free Rice Buns, you know I recently made sushi burgers using salmon poke. For those of you who dabble into raw fish and sushi, I figured I would share my go-to method for making salmon poke
First, some basics:
Mustard baked salmon is a quick and easy entree that requires few ingredients and hardly any time to prepare. Make it to share with your loved ones, and/or as a meal prep recipe. This flavorful, nutritious baked salmon happens to be paleo, whole30, and keto friendly.
When I was a starry-eyed naive 22-year-old, full of fantasy and lust for life, I fancied myself an exciting little enigma concocted of unicorn sneezes, adrenaline, tequila and nachos.
…Now swap 22 for 33, fantasy for praticality, unicorn sneezes for fiscal responsibility, adrenaline for the pursuit of homeostasis, tequila for purified water and nachos for mustard baked salmon, you’re looking at today.
So basically the exact same human 😉
Funny how tides change so naturally and before you even realize it, you’re surrounding yourself with non-toxic body lotion, 85% dairy-free dark chocolate sweetened with coconut sugar, and patio furniture.
My definition of sexy was once a massive cocktail made in an ice chest for a house party, and now it is….mustard baked salmon.
Case in point: sometimes I feel like the most boring human in all the land, but you know what? I’m cool with it.
After all, life feels better when I’m not nursing a Surfers on Acid hangover while sitting in my patio furniture, munching on my carb-conscious life.
As I was saying..
Creamy Turmeric Ginger Baked Sockeye Salmon made with only a few basic ingredients in 30 minutes or less! This easy healthy dinner recipe will please even those who don’t love fish. Back in September, I took a 3-week trip to Whitefish, MT and on the drive north from Reno, I dropped in on my friend, …