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We made this last night with a few changes. We added half of a red and green bell pepper, black olives and switched to chives instead of onion (low FODMAP diet). It was absolutely delicious with jasmine rice. I loved that it is so easy to check when the salmon is done, giving us some of the most moist and fabulous tasting salmon we have ever had. Wonderful recipe, thank you Elise!
I’m so glad you liked it Dawn!
Thanks for another great recipe, enjoyed it the other day. However, my family isn’t fond of capers and I’m thinking of a possible substitute. Olives? Thanks in advance!
Hi Jelena, sure, olives would work great!
What a flavourful dish…thanks for posting this recipe. It will definitely be one of our favourite salmon dishes from now onwards!!!
This was fantastic! Easy to prepare, elegant and delicious. My two-year-old enjoyed it, as well. Bonus! Thanks for another great recipe.
I’m so glad you liked it Emily!
This is wonderful. And I love how helpful the comments on the site are. Thanks!
My husband and I loved all the flavours in this recipe. This is the second winning recipe in a week I have tried from your collection; you have some really good ideas. Thank you!Cathy
Oh yes, this sounds amazing. I am crazy about capers, so they always get my attention. Thanks for the shout-out for my grilled salmon recipe too.
As with most of your recipes this is really appreciated. A suggestion, if you don’t mind, an indication of what to serve with the dish would be very welcome. I live in Spain and regrettably some of your recipes contain ingredients that are not available here, however, I make do wherever possible. Thank you
Hi Elise,Thank you so much for posting my recipe link. You are truly that best! Looking forward to trying your version of this delicious dish. It is a favorite at our house.
This recipe sounds delicious! …However, I’m predisposed against poaching fish. Not generally my favorite. So here’s my question: Would it work for me to compromise, by searing the salmon (only about 1 minute on the flesh side, then proceeding with your directions for poaching?
Hi Randi, sure, why not? I would sear first, remove the fish from the pan, make the sauce, and return the fish to the pan.
Poached salmon is sth new for me. Sounds delicious, thank you for sharing.
This was great! I was looking for a last minute switch to salmon (from tri tip!) and of course checked here first! I had everything but the tomatoes so I used a can of diced and kept everything the same except didn’t add the water; excellent! Served with risotto in the pressure cooker and homemade bread and everyone raved! Thank you sooo much for all the raves I’ve been awarded since finding your site!
Great and tasty meal will be cooking again.
This was wonderful. I made it for my family and my picky grandma was here and I was convinced she wouldn’t like it, she loved it! Thanks for the recipe
I really do love this recipe. I make it for all my guest.. I even made it once for one of my friends mother from Germany. and she loved it so much she begged me (hardly speaking English) for the recipe. she kept the left over tomato sauce from the salmon to put on a baguette the morning after. Thank you so much for this Recipe.
I made this the other night and it was really good!
This was a great recipe…Thanks for sharing…I had a bottle of capers just begging for use.The tastes blended well together.
I really enjoyed this recipe, I eat salmon all the time and this was a new, tasty way to prepare it. Even my 2 year old enjoyed it! Thanks!
Made this for dinner guest, had a can of fire-roasted diced tomatoes and used instead of fresh. Everyone really enjoyed this dish.
This was one of the best salmon dishes I had in a while! Thanks for the recipe!