15-Minute Wild Salmon Dinner

  1. Jim Keller says:

    Hi Eva
    Have you tried https://prideofbristolbay.com/ ?
    They provide just salmon (so good and good for you).
    They deliver. And they are focused on sustainability.
    They donate1% to wild salmon.


  2. […] or dinner: or, if you’re pressed for ideas, might I suggest some amazing jalapeno poppers or grilled salmon or if you want something simple, make her a protein smoothie for an energy boost?! On my first […]

  3. […] to fire up the Traeger and feast on some amazing wild game or sustainably sourced meat (my favorite Wild Salmon recipe, anyone?!). I am also super excited to begin a new weekly tradition on the blog called […]

  4. […] the best sustainably sourced and raised meat there is (they even have amazing salmon I used to make this 15 minute dinner!) and it ships right to your front door, ready to throw on the […]

  5. Moses Brodin says:

    I appreciate the thought that getting kids cooking helps to combat childhood obesity. It makes sense to me that a person who learns to cook with real food ingredients instead of a bunch of processed shortcuts will develop an appreciation of real foods. It also makes sense to me that a diet based on those actual foods will help people, including children, to understand what they are really eating, and I think that kind of consideration is one of the keys to overcoming obesity.

  6. […] favorite healthy meal to cook on the Traeger? I have SO many but a few staple items are meatloaf, wild-salmon, and jalapeño-poppers (a healthy swap is to get low-fat cream cheese and turkey […]

  7. […] a while you probably know how much Tim and I L-O-V-E our Traeger. We grill  EVERYTHING on it from- salmon to meatloaf to beer can chicken!! All of our meals get that wood-fired flaaaaavor….SO […]

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  10. Sean Donahue says:

    Being a life long Alaskan and weekly salmon eater there are many creative yet simple ways to cool salmon. Also I know you’re advertising for butcher box and I’m sure you do always use them. But have you thought about direct sourcing your salmon through a fisherman or local disributer in Alaska? You could get a larger quantity for cheaper and know where it’s been, where it was caught, and much more fresh. Just a thought!

    My go to for quick dinner which is my gf’s favorite is to make jasmine rice, cut the fillet into 2-3” wide chunks, coat with olive oil and rub salt/pepper into the meat(sometimes add garlic or crushed red pepper) cook meat side down for 3-4 min in a skillet on med-med/high then flip and cook skin side down for about the same time. Once I flip I pour 1/2 cup of yoshidas teriyaki, table spoon of brown sugar, and a couple table spoons of water and let it simmer for the last few min. Serve over the rice with broccoli or any other veggie and it’s delish! Can also use stir fry veggies. Main thing with salmon is don’t over cook, if you’re getting fat curdling out between the layers it’s over done. I’ll give your recipe a try even though it’s close to other ways I cook it. Another thing I do is can my silver salmon in mason jars as silvers (coho) don’t keep as well in the freezer through the winter, but they can and smoke great. With a simple canned salmon you can quickly make salmon dip, salmon burgers, salmon tacos, pasta, etc!

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  12. Hannah Flack says:

    This is pretty similar to the way I make my alfredo, and it’s probably my favorite dinner that I have ever posted! I haven’t done it without scraping the cooked squash though–I will definitely have to give it a try!

  13. Hannah Flack says:

    This looks absolutely amazing! Cannot wait to make this next week! Definitely want to try it out at our next Bimbo dinner party.

  14. Hannah Flack says:

    I’m going to finally try this recipe next week! So excited ????

  15. Hannah Flack says:

    I’ve boiled ground beef in bulk before, but I’d never seen how to do it in the crockpot. Brilliant! Pre-cooked ground beef is such a huge time saver. Thanks for sharing this.

  16. Hannah Flack says:

    I tried this last night after finding it on Pinterest and we loved it! It’s definitely on my list to make again!

  17. Hannah Flack says:

    This looks really wonderful. I do think spaghetti squash is a great option for enjoying traditional noodle dishes on a grain-free diet. Thanks for posting this on Food Flicks Friday.

  18. Audri says:

    Tried this recipe on our Traeger last night…it was AMAZING! I’ve never found a way to cook salmon that kept it juicy. So easy and so good! Even the kiddos loved it.

  19. […] Grills and I don’t know what we would do without them!! We cook everything from meatloaf to salmon on […]

  20. Paul Brown says:

    I love the flavour of caprese so this stuffed chicken recipe is just perfect for me. Definitely perfect for a delicious weeknight dinner.. thanks for sharing the great recipe.

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