Your email address will not be published. Pour the butter mixture over the salmon and veggies. Stir a few simple ingredients together, pour over salmon fillets and bung it in the oven for 12-15 minutes. Pour in the wine and let cook for 2-3 minutes until just starting to reduce. Bake for a further 4-7 minutes until the salmon is tender. If it’s not, then the salmon is done, otherwise, bake for another 5 minutes and check again. It’s a great way to easily infuse your salmon with amazing flavors! It’s a lot more difficult to try to remove it yourself at home.To prepare the lemon, cut it in half, then cut a couple of slices from each half before you juice it. That’s why this recipe is perfect! For thinner fillets, start at 20 minutes and check every 5 minutes for doneness. ), b) Serve it with lots of temping extras (oh yeah Fish Tacos). Add the lemon juice to the parsley mixture, drizzle or brush this mixture over the salmon and serve. I’m also on YouTube (new videos every Monday and Thursday) and Instagram (behind the scenes stories).***. These are generally thinner fillets, so bake for 2-3 minutes less.You can also use chunkier white fish, such as Haddock, Cod or Pollack. The salmon tastes far better when baked and eaten right away. That's it! Looking forward to it, thanks for sharing the recipe and tips Like this recipe? This way, you end up with much more flavorful meat than if you had just baked it with the top open. Our salmon was about 1.5 inches thick at the thickest part, and we had to bake for 30 minutes before it was done. Thanks for this easy healthy salmon in foil recipe! Line a baking tray with foil or a silicon mat. Learn how your comment data is processed. Insert a thermometer into the end of the thickest part of one of the salmon fillets, ensuring that the … Then add the melted butter just before you come to use the sauce. Get our FREE guide for starting a minimalist kitchen! For this recipe, our cuts of Atlantic salmon were about 1.5 inches thick at the thickest part, and we had to bake for 30 minutes at 400°F. For more information please see our Terms & Conditions. and mum to Lewis and Gracey. Sounds delicious! This is the best baked salmon recipe in the world! In addition to the ease of baking salmon, by wrapping the salmon in foil, the flavor gets locked in with the salmon. Message document.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "a667fda2c688da4ee7cf959eff5ec78f" );document.getElementById("c755d5fb16").setAttribute( "id", "comment" ); Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Season the salmon to taste with salt and pepper. Pour the mixture over the salmon fillets (don't worry about any of the sauce pooling on the tray). Reduce the heat to very low and add the cold butter to the lemon juice. Emma , Never miss a recipe and sign up for our completely FREE recipe eBook, Nicky Corbishley is the recipe creator for Kitchen Sanctuary. Gosh Nicky, this looks and sounds amazing - and made with three of my favourite things!! Required fields are marked *. Read More…, Copyright © 2020 LoveFoodCreative Ltd - Privacy Policy - Cookie Policy - Terms & Conditions. When the butter is melted halfway, add the parsley, garlic, salt, and pepper. Place in the oven and bake for 8 minutes. Sprinkle parsley and salt over the fillets and add a few slices of lemon Close the top of the aluminum foil so it forms an enclosed aluminum packet for the salmon. This baked salmon in foil recipe is so easy to make and super flavorful with a garlic, butter, and lemon sauce. If the ends don’t close, add another small piece of aluminum on top Because the salmon is wrapped in aluminum foil, it is insulated from the direct heat of the oven, so it will take a little longer to bake than if baked with the top open. Perfect for if you throw it in the oven before showering and your shower runs a few minutes long! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Not a huge lover of fresh salmon, but my wife loves it. Requiring only 5 minutes of active work, this recipe is perfect for a weeknight dinner! Your email address will not be published. This recipe knocks all that on the head. Then let it rest on the counter for 5 minutes to let the temperature reach the USDA recommended 145°F. c) Make a recipe that's a little more time consuming (I still love you Fish Pie - even if you do take an hour to make). I suggest taking the salmon out of the oven at 135°F and then letting it rest on the countertop for a few minutes with the top still closed. Don’t forget to rate and share it with your friends! If you want to use an alternative to salmon, I'd recommend Trout, Sea Bass or Tilapia fillets. This baked salmon is a simple, minimal-ingredient, quick-to-cook recipe that we all LOVE.