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I first tasted baked salmon at the first birthday of the son of my former boss. I was skeptical aft first because it smelled so strong I felt like it was going to swallow me whole. I was glad I did have a taste, though. It was one of the best dishes I have ever tasted. This baked salmon had lots of garlic on it (which explained the super strong smell), but there was also cheese in there that balanced the somewhat spicy taste of garlic. It was also topped with roasted nuts that gave it a kick and a hint of that nutty flavor. I wasn’t able to ask for the recipe back then, so I’ve been searching for something similar ever since.
This recipe that I found over at Betty Crocker tastes far different from my first baked salmon. But it tastes really good in its own way and I am pretty sure that it will have your mouth water in no time. It has a multitude of flavors going on in there and it’s quite healthy too with all the vegetables included in the dish. You will thank Betty Crocker for this Mediterranean style recipe, I’m sure of that.
Photo and recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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