If you're looking to do something a little different, try chef Lomonaco's slow-roasted salmon with ginger, which actually doesn't take that much time to prepare at all. Start working on the sauce when the salmon goes in the oven, and by the time it's done cooking, the sauce will be ready to spoon on top.
What could be more Irish than salmon and cabbage and bacon. Recipe from Michael Shlow. Add diced potatoes to the cabbage and you have a complete Irish meal that's a far cry from corned beef and cabbage.
Slow roasting the salmon at a low temperature makes for tasty, tender fillets. This fabulous fish dish is best served warm from the oven, drizzled in tangy cucumber dill sauce, but can also be chilled and served in a summer salad.