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Love Panko , thanks , Virginia
So Good!! Thank you for sharing!
Love the tangy honey mustard dressing!
Had an awesome dinner with family. This is a perfect recipe. It turned out so good.
I’m so glad you liked it Angelie!
No spicy mustard! mixed thousand island, wasabi, and lemon juice. unbelievable flavor. not a flake left
Excellent recipe. My wife is a salmon hater and loved the dish.
Just fantastic! Thank you for sharing this gem!
So I’ve been trying to eat more fish and have been trying different recipes ..I think I found the one I really like! Thank You!!
We eat salmon a few times a month. This is a delicious way to prepare it. My family loved it, even my finicky 16 year old! Definitely a keeper. Thanks Elise!
Awesome recipe. I also use this with cod: brush it with butter and hot sauce (buffalo sauce) then add the left over butter and hot sauce mix to seasoned panko breadcrumbs also adding celery salt, baking until flakey. My husband calls it “Firey Fish”. Interesting variation that also worked well on sea bass.
It is entertaining to read about panko bread crumbs as a new culinary item just entering the market. I, as a lot of people now, have been using them for years in place of regular bread crumbs and Trader Joes isn’t the only place you can buy them!
I’m gonna make this today for the fish portion of my weekly meals. I’ve got this amazing spicy honey that would go amazing on it instead of the honey mustard. Thanks for a great post.
Just realised the Evie’s name is an anagram of “I Believe” and after trying this dish I most certainly do!
I didn’t have honey mustard, so mixed some Dijon with some horseradish instead. Absolutely delicious.. This recipe is a definite keeper
Thanks for reviving my old-but-still-favorite salmon recipe, Elise! Like Sara Lee, it seems that nobody doesn’t like it! (Some people in our family who don’t favor the sweeter kind of mustard like it with Dijon.) Your photos are fabulous, as usual!
Can you do this recipe with flounder
Hi Fernando, I haven’t tried this method with flounder, but if you do, please let us know how it turns out for you!
What could I use as “glue” instead of the mustard?
Hi Alexandria, you could try using mayonnaise. I’ve had it baked on bluefish, which like salmon is a flavorful fish, and it was marvelous.
This was delicious, the whole family gobbled it up, including my 18mo. old son. I don’t even remotely like salmon but I went back for seconds.
I have paired this–I prefer orange roughy, but that’s just me–with your hashed brussels sprouts. Several different dinner guests have gushed. Thank you, Elise.
I tried this with tilapia (what I had) and it was delicious- thanks!
Oh my, this was delicious! the mustard and thyme together created a lovely compliment to the salmon flavor. Wow, it’s a keeper!