During Lent, I am always on the prowl for new meatless recipes to try. This week, I asked my good friend Anjanette at Momma Young at Home to share one of her easy salmon recipes with you.
Hello, My name is Anjanette from Momma Young at Home. The lovely Christina has asked me to share an easy fish recipe with you. I’ll admit up until recently I haven’t done too many fish recipes. I always thought making fish would be complicated, but that is quite the contrary. So without further adieu here is one of many easy salmon recipes to be tried; just in time for Lent.
Easy Salmon Recipes: Baked Salmon with Asparagus
Compliments of Momma Young At Home
As seen on www.itisakeeper.com
Salmon Baking Instructions:
Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.
Line your backing dish with tin foil and lightly spray non stick spray.
Place salmon skin side down.
Season salmon with salt and lemon pepper.
Bake until salmon is cooked through, about 12 to 15 minutes.
Asparagus Side Dish:
Wash, lightly trim outer layer of asparagus with potato peeler and cut ends.
Heat pan on medium and add a teaspoon of olive oil.
Once warm add asparagus and saute for 5 minutes.
Turn heat down to medium low.
Add a small amount of garlic salt and cracked pepper.
Cover and cook 5 minutes longer.
Plate the asparagus next your salmon and enjoy.
Fish no longer makes me nervous, I am glad that I didn’t give up on making it. I love making all kinds of fish including tuna, tilapia and other Easy Salmon Recipes like this one. Tilapia Tacos have become a hit in our house, it’s just one example of an easy fish recipe perfect for a house full of kids and a Mom on the run.
Here are a couple more Delicious and Easy Salmon Recipes:
Sweet Teriyaki Salmon
BBQ Grilled Salmon
Need more dinner ideas for Lent? Check out these 20 Fish and Seafood recipes.
For more recipe inspiration, be sure to check out these pages on It’s a Keeper: