Paleo Broiled Salmon

Paleo Broiled Salmon

Bold, zesty, saucy: this dijon mustard glazed salmon will have your tastebuds begging for more! Just made this for lunch baked in foil and it was amazing. This past July, I had the amazing opportunity to travel around Alaska, where I ate salmon almost every single day. Sometimes for more than one meal in the same day. Salmon is often promoted on many diet plans as being a fish you should be adding to your menu more frequently. Loaded with omega-3s and protein it consistently ranks as one of the highest omega-3 foods out there.

This paleo and 21DSD broiled salmon recipe is so quick and easy that you’ll quickly find it on your weeknight go-to rotation. 15 minutes or until the salmon is cooked to your liking. A thicker piece of fish may take closer to 15 minutes while a thin piece will take just around 10. Top your salmon off with olive oil and dijon mustard and rub into your salmon. I’m not judging, but I’ve gotta say that I found this searching for a paleo baked salmon recipe, and was really confused when the entire blog post had nothing to do with salmon (or cooking, or paleo).

That baked on creamy goodness up on top with dill, oh yum dill. I love you. Great roasted wild salmon fillets with tasty cherry tomato and asparagus sides. If you pair it up with some easy sides, fish takes no time at all to grill up on the BBQ, or roast in the oven. 10 quick and easy Paleo recipes that require very few ingredients and are perfect to integrate in your busy day to day meal planning. Baked salmon with asparagus & roasted beets.

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