Top Rated Salmon Recipes

This grilled cheese is a different play on a recipe an accomplished chef is most likely already familiar with. From Melt: 100 Amazing Adventures in Grilled Cheese (page 49)
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Salmon Mousse
Smoked salmon mousse is the simplest recipe to make, but tastes so luxurious thanks to the salty salmon, sour cream, and hint of citrus.This recipe is courtesy of Martha Stewart.
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Sweetheart Salmon Fillets
Courtesy of the New York Wine & Grape Foundation and the National Grape Cooperative, this recipe sweetens up your main course in just a few simple steps. Substitute chicken breast halves if you're not a fan of salmon.
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Smoked Salmon & Everything Pierogies
Turn your favorite bagel sandwich topped with smoked salmon and cream cheese into a simple meal that's perfect at brunch or dinnertime. Use store-bought pierogies to make it even easier. Recipe courtesy of chef Dale Talde for Mrs. T's Pierogies.
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If you're looking to spice up your thin-crust pizza, you'll love this variation on the classic pizza recipe that uses garlicky Boursin cheese and smoked salmon. 
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Smokin' Salmon Pizza
"In Norway, we eat a lot of salmon: poached, oven-baked, grilled—you name it. We also eat a lot of gravlax (cured salmon) and, of course, smoked salmon. Asparagus is a vegetable we often serve with salmon, and we also use it on this delightful pizza." - Craig Whitson and Tore Gjesteland, authors of Passion for Pizza: A Journey Through Thick and Thin to Find the Pizza Elite
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These tiny, savory Blini (Russian pancakes) are topped with sour cream, salmon and fresh herbs. Olga, at Olga's Flavor Factory, suggests topping off the blini with caviar for an even more traditional approach.
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These salmon cakes are bound together with the help of crushed Ritz crackers.
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Chile-Honey-Glazed Salmon
At Mesa Grill in New York City, Bobby Flay serves his famous spicy-sweet salmon with three different sauces: roasted tomatillo salsa, chipotle-spiced black bean sauce (made from dried beans soaked overnight) and jalapeño crema, a Mexican sour cream. The bean sauce — canned black beans, chipotle, garlic, and other aromatics — comes together in just 20 minutes. Plain sour cream fills in for the crema, which can be hard to find. Click here to see the Chefs' Favorite At-Home Recipes story.
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Quiche is among my favorites of French cuisine, and that's a pretty tough statement for me to make. My boys love quiche and from the old saying "real men don't eat quiche," they started calling it man pie, which is a little strange but funny at the same time.
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Mediterranean Salmon en Papillote
For a native Northwesterner who knows how exquisite perfectly cooked salmon can be, preparing it at home can be an intimidating task. One minute it’s underdone, and the next minute it can be tough as jerky. The secret to creating the sunset pink–hued interior that flakes under gentle pressure is even, moist heat, which is created by cooking each fillet in its own parchment envelope.Excerpted from Sheet Pan Paleo (Ulysses Press, 2016) by Pamela Ellgen.
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Maple-Glazed Salmon
This is my go-to, I'm-too-tired-tired-to-cook-something-hearty favorite. There is something about the rich, buttery flavor of the salmon that melds beautifully with the sweet maple syrup and crisp and salty bacon. And aside from a stop at your local fish market, it comes together easily (and in less than 10 minutes). Serve with a side of steamed snow peas and roasted butternut squash for a healthy, hearty, and utterly delicious meal. Click here to see The New and Improved Farm-Raised Salmon story.
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