From grilled to poached, salmon is one of the most versatile seafoods on the market. Not only that, but salmon is one of many fish that provides health benefits, like lowering your risk of heart attack and boosting brain health. So it only makes sense that you want to load up on easy salmon recipes that will please your family and keep it healthy.
In the summer months, grilled salmon recipes are a refreshing alternative to classic barbecue dishes. In the winter, you can roast it and serve it alongside winter’s best vegetables for a hearty dish. Seared, grilled, roasted, or poached, salmon can be the star protein of many a healthy meal. But it can also be flaked into salads, stirred into chowders, and made into burgers to mix up your salmon dinner routine.
Make one of our favorite salmon recipes tonight for dinner, and your family is sure to be impressed by the delicious (and nutritious) dish you serve.
Let everyone mix and match their favorite Asian-inspired toppings for personalized bowls topped with hoisin-glazed salmon.
Soft, tender butter lettuce creates a lovely base for this protein-packed summer salad.
Cabbage and scallions add color to a hearty ancient grain salad that pairs perfectly with sweet and spicy salmon.
Poaching the salmon directly in the curry infuses it with all the great flavors from the sauce.
The fresh yogurt dipping sauce will be the star of this quick dinner that comes together in just 20 minutes.
Forget potatoes! Panko-crusted asparagus is a game-changing side for this dinner.
Mi yogurt and cucumbers with fresh mint makes for a wonderfully refreshing addition to seared salmon.
This Asian-inspired dinner will shake up your typical burger routine and can be on your table in just 30 minutes.
What more could you ask for on a cold winter night than to curl up with a bowl of warm, hearty chowder.
Fresh cilantro, lime, and green beans brighten up these sweet and spicy noodles.
Here’s one for the heat seekers: Sliced red chile adds a hit of spice to seared salmon filets.
Orange zest and juice brighten up this light, gluten-free dinner.
Roasting salmon and vegetables on the same pan makes for a delicious dinner and an easy clean up.
Pair spiced salmon with a raw vegetable salad for the perfect contrast of flavors in every bite.
Romesco (a Spanish sauce made with roasted red peppers and almonds) gives this dish a flavor-packed finish.
You can mash cauliflower florets with white beans instead of the traditional spuds for a healthier side to serve with salmon (or any protein!).
Swap out ground beef for salmon to make a healthier—but just as satisfying—25-minute dinner!
It's worth noting that these burgers can be made ahead and frozen for up to a month before reheating them at 425°F for 15 to 20 minutes.
Fresh tomato and basil are wonderful, bright compliments to the roasted veggies and salmon.
This light, Greek-inspired meal comes together in just 20 minutes.
Kalamata olives and anchovies give depth to the roasted veggies in this easy, 20-minute dinner.
Sautéed kale and roasted acorn squash are perfect sides for a wintery salmon dinner.
Forget tossing, and drizzle your dressing over a sliced head of lettuce for a crisp salad accented by sharp radishes and fennel.
Orange and honey add a touch of sweetness to this quick, protein-packed salmon recipe.