I love fish, but lately my kids have not liked seafood the way they once did. I can get them to eat shrimp, crab, or lobster any day of the week. They like Tilapia, and tolerate the rest. This means I have not made fish nearly as much as I would like. But I realized something this morning when I started craving salmon at 9 am– I don’t have to fix it for my kids. I buy it from Costco in the bags, frozen, because I don’t live anywhere to get good fresh salmon. It comes individually packaged in fillets, so why not make it for just me? It is super easy to do, and I can bake it up while throwing together PB&J’s for the less-sophisticated palettes in my house.
Honey Dijon SalmonPrint Pin Rate
- 2 Salmon Fillet
- 1 Tbs honey
- 1 Tbs Dijon mustard
- Salt and pepper
- Lemon to squeeze after cooked
- Mix honey and mustard together to form sauce
- Place salmon fillet on lined baking sheet, salt and pepper to taste
- Slather honey mustard sauce on Salmon Fillet
- Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes, until flakes with fork (depending on thickness of salmon)
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This recipe is soooo totally easy.
Season your fillets.
Top with sauce.
Bake and enjoy!