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Rosemary Garlic Salmon Recipe

I love salmon. Love. It.

Salmon is considered one of nature’s superfoods because it’s loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D and other important nutrients.  However, I used to get my Omega 3's from other more affordable types of fish because fresh salmon was beyond my budget.

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Our fish intake increased close to the 20% per week USDA Dietary Guideline once I found Aldi and their super affordable fish. Frozen Aldi salmon is a regular thing now. I'd prefer fresh fish over frozen but I live in a land locked city. Fresh fish has to be brought in. It's really not as fresh as I used to get when I lived on Lake Erie. I stick with the budget friendly frozen salmon.


The folks at Sam's Club sent me this recipe. I don't normally post recipes I haven't created but it was so good I wanted to share it with you. 

Rosemary Garlic Salmon

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Ingredients:
1½- to 2-lb. salmon fillet
1½ Tbsp. olive oil
1½ Tbsp. melted butter
2 Tbsp. Tone’s® Rosemary Garlic Seasoning
1 tsp. black pepper

Directions:
Combine melted butter and oil and brush on both sides of the salmon.  Sprinkle seasoning and pepper on both sides of the fish.  Place fish in a shallow baking dish.  Bake or broil 8 – 12 minutes (flip once).

This is a perfect low effort/high ooh la la factor dish to make when you are entertaining.

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Disclaimer: Sam's Club supplied me with this recipe but didn't pay me to run it. All opinions are my own and I do not blog about anything I do not  believe in. In other words, I am truly a salmonaholic.

Comments

Air Purifiers said…
You are a lifesaver! My boyfriend's mom is coming to stay with us in a few weeks and I'm, of course, expected to cook a few delicious meals. She loves salmon so I've been searching for a good recipe that will wow her... thank you!
-Carrie