The most delicious balsamic baked salmon is topped with fresh tomato basil bruschetta in this easy recipe, made in just 29 minutes! This Bruschetta Salmon is healthy, gluten free, low carb and whole30 compliant!
OMG, I can’t get enough of this Tomato Basil Bruschetta! What started as a delicious Italian appetizer, served on a toasted baguette, has transformed into an entire category of recipes on the blog. This category includes some of the most popular recipes I’ve ever made!
Tomato Basil Bruschetta is fresh, light and flavorful. It’s a seriously delicious topping for so many dishes. I love to make a big bowl of it over the weekend and use it to top recipes throughout the week!
It’s hard to get Kurt excited about seafood recipes. After I made this baked salmon recipe, he said that he would gladly eat it every week. I’d definitely say that’s a win in my book! Since it only takes 29 minutes to make, this is the perfect healthy weeknight meal!
This incredibly flavorful recipe for salmon fajitas is made on one sheet pan in just 29 minutes for a quick and easy recipe! Serve the fajitas on tortillas or in a rice bowl for a delicious meal!
Fajitas are a staple around our house. They are one of the few meals that Kurt actually makes himself, but for this fajita recipe, I took charge and switched things up a bit!
Inspired by these popular 10 Minute Veggie Fajita Rice Bowls, I turned these sheet pan salmon fajitas into a bowl for myself, but also served them in a more traditional style in flour tortillas for Kurt. Both versions are totally delicious, so serve as you’d like! You could even ditch the rice and tortillas to make this recipe Whole 30 approved!
This 5 minute Salmon Taco Rice Bowl recipe is a delicious, wholesome and easy lunch idea!
Today’s post is sponsored by Minute Rice & Chicken of the Sea.
While it’s true that I have only ever worked a “9-5” corporate job for three months of my life, I did spend a lot of time in college, like 7 years.
During my time in college, I spent long days on campus and got so sick of eating at the same sandwich shop every day. Bringing my lunch meant, basically the same thing, bringing a sandwich or salad, every day!
I was always on the look out for something new, delicious and nutritious that I could bring to school with me, and make in just a couple of minutes, only using a microwave.
Now, I may not be in school anymore, but there are still those days where I need a go-to 5 minute lunch option when I’m too busy to cook anything and that’s where my friends at Minute® Ready to Serve Rice and Chicken of the Sea come in!
Both Minute Ready To Serve Rice cups and Chicken of the Sea Salmon pouches are wholesome, delicious ways to spice up your lunch routine!
An easy Chinese orange sauce is prepared & brushed over Orange Glazed Salmon & colorful vegetables in this healthy, simple, 29 minute foil dinner recipe!
One of my favorite things about living in San Diego is the abundance of fresh seafood, right in my backyard!
I recently moved from downtown to the beach and just up the hill from my new home is a place I love called Catalina Offshore. They provide seafood for all of the best restaurants in San Diego. They’re also open to the public, so you can go in and buy the best seafood that restaurants use to serve at home in your own kitchen!
Fresh Grilled Salmon is smothered in Homemade Blueberry BBQ Sauce made with only 4 ingredients for a simple, healthy, gluten free recipe!
Today’s post is sponsored by Spicely.
Just call this the superfood of all superfood dinners! Blueberries and salmon are filled with antioxidants and Omega 3s which increases brain stimulation and fight against depression, stress, cancer and arthritis.
Can I get an amen for being smart, happy, relaxed and healthy?! Oh yeah, I like all of those things!
This healthy, paleo, gluten free and Whole30 Baked Lemon Herb Salmon recipe combines fresh ingredients for tons of flavor in a simple dinner dish.
This might be the most unique post on the blog to date because I’m posting it from 30,000 feet in the air! Yes, I’m on a plane from Miami to Los Angeles that is WiFi enabled and allowing me to post to all of you amongst the clouds in the sky!
This post is also special because it involves a meal I made for two of my favorite people, my best friend and her boyfriend, who also happens to be one of my best friends!
I am so beyond happy that the two of them found each other because they couldn’t be more perfect together! I love staying with them when I’m in Phoenix because they enjoy many of the same things I do such as food, fashion and relaxation!
My last night in Phoenix I wanted to cook them a “Thank You” dinner for allowing me to stay at their beautiful condo while in town for the weekend. I asked my best friend what she wanted to eat and she said fish so I suggested salmon.
It couldn’t have worked out more perfectly because the only seafood recipe I’ve posted thus far on the blog was my yummy chili lime garlic shrimp, so adding a fish main course seemed necessary at this point!
I paired the lemon herb salmon with an Italian Corn Salad and Buffalo Potato Salad. I know it sounds interesting, but her boyfriend loves all of my buffalo sauce recipes so I had to incorporate it into the meal and came up with this delicious little side dish!
Ingredients (serves 4)
2 lbs salmon
1/2 cup olive oil
2 tbsp fresh basil (chopped)
2 tbsp fresh rosemary (chopped)
2 tbsp fresh parsley (chopped)
3 large lemons
3 cloves garlic (minced)
1 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
Add the olive oil to a small mixing bowl, then chop the fresh herbs.
Add the herbs to the olive oil.
Next, zest two of the lemons into the olive oil herb mixture.
Then add the minced garlic.
Squeeze in the juice of the two lemons.
Place the salmon skin side down in a shallow baking dish.
Top with the lemon herb mixture.
Thinly slice the additional lemon and place on top of each piece of salmon.
Cover with foil and place in the refrigerator for an hour to marinate.
Remove from the refrigerator and cook at 400°F for 30 minutes.