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A simple soy sauce and brown sugar marinade, with hints of lemon and garlic, is the perfect salty-sweet complement to rich salmon. Even my 9-year-old loves this recipe!
Marinate in a simple Asian-inspired sauce, thread onto skewers, then toss on the barbecue. Easy, healthy and delicious!
Fresh salmon fillets are marinated briefly with lemon juice and white wine. Then cooked with a thick layer of pesto which crisps up under the grill.
No it's not a joke - as the name implies, salmon is cooked in the dishwasher. Not only does it work, but it results in delicious, succulent salmon.
This makes a nice summer lunch or brunch served on toasted granary bread or a bagel.
Salmon is an excellent source of protein and by poaching, it is also low in fat.
Fresh young vegetables and succulent salmon make this an excellent speedy dish to prepare for special occasions, especially when home-grown asparagus is in season. Tiny leeks, tender asparagus and sugarsnap peas all cook quickly and look superb. Serve with boiled new potatoes for a memorable meal.
All the ingredients for this dish are quickly assembled and cooked, and the result is truly delicious as well as visually impressive. This is definitely a dish to convince anyone who has doubts about the taste benefits of well-balanced eating. With bread and salad, it makes a hearty meal.
Individual tartlets served with a salad garnish make a very appealing starter. This fish filling is wonderfully light as it's made with a cornflour-thickened sauce, without the addition of fat, and whisked egg whites are folded in for an airy souffle-like texture. Serve straight from the oven to really impress.
Canned salmon is very versatile and super healthy, being rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Combined with rice, subtly flavoured with cardamom, and peas from the freezer, this is a terrific easy-to-make main dish.
A really fantastic midweek dish, this is so easy. And if you use frozen broccoli florets it is a great storecupboard standby. Serve it at the table straight from the pan, with a fresh tomato salad and crusty bread.
Fresh salmon is ideal for quick cooking on a griddle pan. Here it's served on a mixed leaf salad with grapefruit, walnuts and griddled courgette ribbons. Serve with warm, plain or olive ciabatta.
It's always interesting to ring the changes with a familiar dish. This is an attractive and healthy variation on lasagne, with flakes of salmon and chopped asparagus in a light lemon and herb sauce layered with the pasta. It's perfect for when asparagus is in season.
Packed full of flavour, these fishcakes are served with a delicious herb sauce in this tasty and healthy version of an all-time family favourite. Try serving with savoy cabbage, sautéed in stock, or Sweet Roasted Squash with Shallots (on this website).
Salmon braised in wine with a rich, nutty filling makes a wonderful dinner party dish that can be served hot or cold. Try serving with broccoli and potatoes.
Salty anchovies enhance the subtle flavour of salmon. Lemon and fresh parsley add zest. Try serving with new potatoes and a green salad lightly dressed with lemon juice.
You've hooked a prizewinning catch with this one! Supper for four in just 20 minutes – fresh salmon fillets topped with creamy cucumber and fresh dill sauce. And it's oh-so-good for you.
The rich flavour of salmon is a clue to its bountiful supply of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids – and just about everybody loves the taste. Here, the spice-rubbed fish is served with a colourful confetti of diced vegetables.
Fruit and oily fish combine to provide a balanced boost of vitamins and minerals. As well as being sweet and refreshing, melons contain beta carotene and lycopene.
Cloves, coriander, ginger and orange are flavours often associated with medieval England. Here they add a tang to a contemporary dish of nutritious salmon steaks.