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This is a perfect mid- week meal. It comes together quickly and easily and is delicious. I will definitely be making this again and again.
I love this recipe. Would it work with another kind of fish. Maybe catfish?
Hi Lee, sure! I don’t see why not.
Followed your recipe tonight for dinner. Absolutely delicious! The only changes I made, seasoned the salmon with Cajun Seasoning and served the meal with homemade Hollandaise Sauce.Thank you Elise for sharing your talents
I usually broil skin-on salmon filets and yes, they do smell up the house.
Lately I’ve been brushing the flesh sides (not the skin side) with a generous amount of hoisin sauce. They need no other seasoning. Delicious. Would work for baking as well. It seems to seal in the salmon’s juiciness.
Sounds just like the kind of argument my parents had in the past… thanks for the laugh and the reminder of their foibles. Recipe looks good too. :)
Every passover I come back to this recipe. It comes out perfect each time I make it. My whole family loves it.
Thank you for sharing!
Hi Abbie, I’m so glad you and your family like it! It is pretty dependable, isn’t it?
I am another one of your many unwavering, longterm Elise fans who has been making this recipe since whenever it was first on your blog. In some ways you have become part of my family. My son ate your recipes and now he has left, and Mike and I continue the tradition. Anyway I am writing this because when I woke up this morning, there it was, still on my computer screen and I started to think about how you’ve followed me around the 3 countries I have lived in since inception while hoping to be able to assemble the ingredients I need to make your recipes!. A little nostalgia this morning! By the way, I add more garlic and I am gluten and casein intolerant and can make most recipes work just fine. All the best to you.
Thanks so much Marlene! I’m so happy you’ve found the recipes useful all these years. I just recently updated this one with new photos. I also find that those tiny new potatoes are the perfect size for this dish. All the best to you too.
Thank you so much !
This Christmas my brother and his girlfriend threw me a curve ball. They were no longer eating meat or poultry but would eat any type of fish. I saw this recipe and the ease at which it could be cooked. Since I had a turkey cooking I need something quick and easy. As it turned out this was the star of dinner for all who came. I had a lot of turkey left over and nothing else. The loved this recipe and now it’s a big hit whenever I make it.
Totally agree with the other comments made about this recipe. The roasted potatoes, asparagus and salmon were at the top of the chart. My husband loved it as well as I also. Thanks for the awesome recipe with easy clean up.
This was excellent. I used cauliflower instead of asparagus and roasted it with the potatoes. And I put dill butter on the salmon for the last half of cooking. We loved it!
This has become one of my absolutely favorite recipes! I admit I add lots more asparagus but then, I’m on a diet and have to watch the potatoes. Darn! Even my very picky 7 year old loves the salmon and potatoes. She’s not touching the asparagus though. Give her time. Thanks for the great recipe.
I’m so glad you like it Mary!
I’ve been meaning to tell you that I’ve made your salmon recipe at least a dozen times! It’s always delicious and I’m making it again tonight. Thankyou for sharing this yummy, healthy meal.
You’re welcome Jodi, I’m so glad you like the recipe!
Thanks for the great receipt. I made this for my wife and I this evening and it was wonderful. I had to make a couple of substitutions. I used Striped Bass I caught today and green beans instead of asparagus. I love asparagus, but the green beans were fresh and fresh asparagus wasn’t available. The fish was moist and very flavorful, but the star of the meal were the potatoes and the green beans. And 1 dish to wash. This will be a regular for us. Can’t wait to make it for friends.
I just cooked this and it was very delicious, the salmon was not overcooked and the asparagus and potatoes we’re well flavored.
thank you for sharing! :)
I love love LOVE this recipe. I needed a way to cook some salmon. :)
Thanks for another great recipe! I never know how to cook fish, but this was super easy and delicious! My salmon fillets must have been larger than yours because they took 25+ minutes to cook. I added some crushed red pepper and garlic powder to the potatoes; they were fantastic.
Followed directions exactly…probably the best seafood I’ve had in a long time. Thanks for another great recipe!
Lovely meal…frequent on my table…..thanks….i would advise to store some dill in the freezer chop it with some sea salt keep it in plastic container it lasts month ad it;s fresh when u need it….
Even though this has been posted for some time, wanted to let you know that I made this yesterday for company using salmon filets . It was wonderful. I am not a confident cook and it was easy and great especially with one pan. Thanks for what will certainly become a favorite.
Made this tonight with steelhead trout filets instead of salmon (cheaper, at Costco,) and it turned out very well! I was a little afraid that the fish would be bland or stick because there wasn’t any seasoning directly applied to it, but it blended well with the vegetables.
I actually steamed the potatoes and the asparagus first, before roasting, because people here like their vegetables mushy. It was well-received. Thanks!