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I love seafood dinners but sometimes it seems hard to find tasty recipes that aren’t too complicated to make on a busy weeknight. This Herbed Baked Salmon is about as fast and simple a seafood main course as you can get. And with fish like this, you want to keep it rather simple… no need to overload something already flavorful on its own.
I know that not everyone is keen on the flavor of an oily fish such as salmon, but if you aren’t totally opposed, I really suggest that you give this recipe a try. This is a simple but well balanced set of herbs that, with the zesty acidity of lemon, complement the natural flavor of the fish very well.
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Bitter Side of Sweet