Garlic Butter Side of Salmon

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    Flaky, tender, buttery melt in your mouth garlic side of salmon is great for those midweek dinner emergencies. You’ll have dinner ready in 30 minutes or less! It’s also fancy enough for a holiday or date night dinners.Flaky, tender, buttery melt in your mouth garlic side of salmon is perfect for those midweek dinner emergencies. You'll have dinner ready in 30 minutes or less! This salmon also makes for a quick and easy holiday dinner.This mouth-watering garlic butter salmon comes together quickly using only a handful of ingredients. If you are a beginner cook, this recipe is perfect for you! Just 10-15 minutes prep (mincing garlic and parsley) and then baked for 15 minutes. So delicious. I love salmon. It’s simple to make, it’s healthy and so versatile. It can be cooked tons of different ways and it’s perfect with all types of ingredients.
    Flaky, tender, buttery melt in your mouth garlic side of salmon is perfect for those midweek dinner emergencies. You'll have dinner ready in 30 minutes or less! This salmon also makes for a quick and easy holiday dinner.If you don’t like salmon you could use a different type of fish. Try using a sturdy thick fillet like cod or halibut or fish steak (swordfish). If you are not a fan of fish, the garlic butter sauce is great with chicken breasts. Flaky, tender, buttery melt in your mouth garlic side of salmon is perfect for those midweek dinner emergencies. You'll have dinner ready in 30 minutes or less! This salmon also makes for a quick and easy holiday dinner.Serve this garlic butter salmon with vegetable sides like green beans, broccoli, potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus. Rice is a great side too. I hope you can enjoy my garlic butter salmon.

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    Garlic Butter Side of Salmon
    Flaky, tender, buttery melt in your mouth garlic side of salmon is great for those midweek dinner emergencies. You'll have dinner ready in 30 minutes or less! This garlic butter salmon is also perfect for the holidays or a date night dinner.
    Flaky, tender, buttery melt in your mouth garlic side of salmon is great for those midweek dinner emergencies. You'll have dinner ready in 30 minutes or less! This garlic butter salmon is also perfect for the holidays or a date night dinner.
    Course Main Dish
    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Cook Time 15 minutes
    Servings
    people
    Ingredients
    Garlic butter sauce
    Course Main Dish
    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Cook Time 15 minutes
    Servings
    people
    Ingredients
    Garlic butter sauce
    Flaky, tender, buttery melt in your mouth garlic side of salmon is great for those midweek dinner emergencies. You'll have dinner ready in 30 minutes or less! This garlic butter salmon is also perfect for the holidays or a date night dinner.
    Instructions
    1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Remove the salmon fillet from the refrigerator to rest at room temperature for about 20 minutes. Place salmon on a parchment-lined rimmed baking sheet.
    2. Meanwhile, make the garlic butter sauce. In a small bowl melt the butter in the microwave in 30-second increments. Add the minced garlic, parsley, lemon juice to the melted butter and whisk. Season with salt and pepper for taste. Set sauce to the side.
    3. Pat both the top and bottom of the salmon dry. Season the salmon with salt and pepper. Spoon half of the garlic sauce over the salmon. Bake the salmon for 15 minutes. Reheat the reserved garlic butter in a small saucepan over medium heat until warmed if you like or serve it as is. Garnish the salmon with more parsley (optional) serve with the reserved garlic butter sauce. Serve immediately
    Recipe Notes
    • Season the salmon right before you pop it in the oven. It you season the salmon too early it may draw out the moisture in the fish.
    • The salmon is done when it flakes easily.
    • If your salmon has bones, make sure you remove them first. You can also ask your butcher to remove them.
    • Refrigerate the salmon within two hours of cooking.
    • To reheat leftovers, place salmon on a wire rack on top of a rimmed baking sheet, cover them with foil. Bake slowly at 275 degrees Farenheit until warmed through.
    • Refrigerate the salmon in a airtight container or wrap tightly with heavy-duty aluminum foil or plastic wrap. It will last 3-4 days in the refrigerator.
    • Discard of the salmon if it has a funny smell or slimy texture.
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