Dubbed the "King of Fish", salmon of the healthiest things to consume. Give your diet a nutritious boost with our selection of smoked, grilled, and baked salmon recipes. Search delicious recipes including salmon cakes, burgers, pasta dishes, and salads.
A beautifully poached piece of salmon is clean tasting and light. There's only one rule: Don't overcook the fish. Our recipe calls for simmering the salmon fillets for just five minutes in boiling water with carrots, celery, onion, and lemon.
A rich, creamy chowder made with zucchini, fresh corn kernels, and baby potatoes. With its intense flavor, you only need four ounces of hot smoked-salmon for this one-pot dinner that's made in a Dutch oven.
There's no raw fish in these easy sushi rolls—just succulent, perfectly cooked salmon and plenty of fresh vegetables. For our food editor's tips on how to roll like a pro, see How to Make Sushi at Home.
In addition to being rich in omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D, salmon is also a great source of protein. Make your weeknight meals even better for you by preparing one of our super tasty, nutritious salmon recipes.
There are many good reasons why salmon is such a popular fish. Try steaming, roasting, poaching, and grilling salmon with these recipes that show how versatile and delicious this healthy, sustainable protein is.
Crispy and golden brown, these salmon potato cakes are the perfect snack to serve at your next holiday party. Fluffy cooked russet potatoes are combined with canned or smoked salmon and formed into appetizer-sized croquettes. A coating of panko breadcrumbs gives them an ultra-crisp exterior. Serve them warm with one or both of our dipping sauces, Zesty Tomato and Curried Sour Cream.
This dish is incredibly flavorful and unbelievably simple. Soy sauce and orange juice permeate the fish, while toasted-sesame oil gives it a nutty accent. Boiling the marinade turns it into a thick glaze.
This easy riff on a Thai staple gets big flavor from four basic ingredients: curry paste, coconut milk, yellow bell pepper, and bok choy. It's even heartier ladled over short-grain brown rice or Asian noodles.
When it comes to radiating warmth at the dinner table, nothing beats a one-pot casserole. What's more, this dish can be assembled a day ahead, goes straight from the oven to the table, and offers help-yourself allure in abundance.
This is cold-weather dining at its best. Generous pieces of fresh fish floating in a creamy broth with root vegetables make for a hearty and satisfying dinner.This recipe is from Lucinda Scala Quinn, and it appears on the Martha Stewart Living digital magazine for iPad.
A simple sheet pan dinner with salmon fillets, crunchy croutons, garlicky broccolini, and quartered oranges is livened up with sumac, a spice popular in Middle-Eastern cuisines. It brings a tart and tangy flavor to fish and meats, vegetables, and even desserts.
Curing your own salmon is worth the effort. This Swedish-inspired version calls for marinating the fish with citrus zest, juniper berries, dill, and gin. You'll be proud to serve this homemade treat as an appetizer at your next dinner party.
Crepe rollups make a tasty lunch, an eye-catching party appetizer, or a fun way to introduce "sushi" to the kids. Whichever variation you choose, Asparagus and Prosciutto or Smoked Salmon and Scallion, these salty bites are a treat.
If you're wondering how to bake salmon, let this easy recipe be your guide. Baking salmon in the oven is a quick, healthy, and delicious way to enjoy this popular fish. All you need are salmon filets (we prefer to use wild Alaskan salmon), butter, salt and pepper, and a rimmed baking sheet. Preheating the oven is key, and the salmon will be cook in just 6-8 minutes. Our recipe for oven-roasted salmon is courtesy of chef Eric Ripert. Serve it with his Tarragon Sabayon.