Whether you are in the mood for salads or a main course there is a grilled salmon recipe to suit your palate, day or night. Grilled Salmon is a healthy and delicious addition to any recipe, especially when using fresh, wild, and sustainable Alaskan Salmon.
A grilled salmon spinach frittata can serve as a perfect meal to serve at a family brunch, a bridal shower potluck, or a rainy Northwestern Sunday morning. The ingredients are simple, and are very likely already lingering in your pantry. In a skillet suitable for the oven, combine half a dozen eggs, 1 chopped red onion and 3 small chopped potatoes (sauteed beforehand), with a cup of spinach and a cup of grilled salmon. When eggs are set, place the skillet in the oven until the frittata is puffed up and golden brown. You can top the frittata with the cheese of your choosing, though a local Northwestern Aged Cheddar or Goat Milk Feta could be a perfect finish to your grilled salmon recipe.
Craving something a little spicier? How about salmon tacos, with a side of Pico de Gallo? For the Pico de Gallo, combine tomato, jalapenos, onions, lime juice, cilantro, and olive oil for the perfect healthy complement to your taco. 1/2 cup of salmon should suffice to fill each taco, as well as chopped avocado, lettuce, and a drizzle of light sour cream or Chipotle infused yogurt to top it off.
Want something lighter? Simpler? Grilled salmon recipes don’t have to be complicated, especially given salmon’s incredible flavor. Try a citrus marinade and add it to a fresh spinach salad. Easier still, barbecue your on a cedar plank, with lemon adding just the right amount of additional flavor. To add a wallop of color to your naturally nutritious salmon, serve it with a grilled vegetable montage, including asparagus, brussel sprouts, onions, grilled tomatoes, and a dollop of olive oil for sheen.