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Perfectly Baked Salmon Recipe with Lemon and Dill – How to Bake Salmon

Perfectly Baked Salmon Recipe with Lemon and Dill – How to Bake Salmon

We’re Adam and Joanne from
welcome to our kitchen. Hi guys today we are showing you how to bake
salmon. This is one of my favorite recipes and it
comes straight out of my Mom’s kitchen. She made this a lot when I was growing up
and she still makes it to this day. It is so easy from sockeye to king salmon
— either work — from fatty to lean. You can’t mess it up. It’s really good so let’s show you how
to make it. Let’s go do it. This one comes together fast. Start with fresh lemon, just slice it into
thin slices. Grab some fresh herbs — we love dill — and
make a bed in the bottom of a baking dish large enough to fit your salmon. Then arrange the lemon slices on top. Now depending on the size of your fillet,
you might need to cut it in half so that it fits into the dish. Then just season the salmon simply — just
olive oil, salt and pepper on both sides. If you wanted to, you can also add some of
your favorite seafood seasoning. Lay the salmon on top of the bed of lemon
and herbs then pour in some liquid — you can use stock, wine or even water. Cover the dish with foil then slide into the
oven and bake until the salmon is just cooked in the middle. We check around 10 minutes then go from there
— keep in mind that a thicker piece of salmon will take longer than a thinner one. When it’s done take the salmon out and let
it sit for about 5 minutes. Then scatter more fresh herbs on top. Enjoy! Thanks for watching. If you loved this video, we have lots more. Make sure you Subscribe to our YouTube Channel
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9 comments on “Perfectly Baked Salmon Recipe with Lemon and Dill – How to Bake Salmon

  1. For the full Baked Salmon Recipe with ingredient amounts and instructions, please visit our recipe page on Inspired Taste:

  2. Do you think I could do this from frozen? I bought a huge bag of frozen individually wrapped fillets from Costco, and they've been sitting in my freezer for a couple of months. Obviously frozen fish would take longer to cook, but do you think I need to thaw them before I put them in the oven?

  3. You two have the best video's, blog, and recipes. Am trying to incorporate more healthy fish recipes in my diet but cooking it is a challenge for me. This one looks easy and delicious. Thank you.

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