McCormick Salmon Recipe

McCormick Salmon Recipe is the ideal, low-effort, quick-to-prepare meal that is both delicious and nutritious. This recipe provides you a shortcut to a healthy and low-prep dinner. 

Salmon contains 20 grams of protein per 100 grams, according to the USDA. It also contains a good amount of vitamin B12, potassium, iron, and Vitamin D.

So gather your ingredients, and be ready, as I show the homemade process to make this amazing McCormick Salmon Recipe.

Fun Fact: After shrimp, salmon and tuna are tied for the second most common seafood consumed by Americans.

McCormick Salmon Recipe

McCormick Salmon Recipe

Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Servings 4 people
Calories 208 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 1 pound Salmon fillet. Skinless
  • 1 tbsp Extra-virgin olive oil.
  • tbsp McCormick® Chicken & Fish Total Seasoning.

Instructions
 

Recipe Preparation;

  • Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Place the salmon in a shallow baking pan lined with foil.
  • Brush both sides of the salmon with oil.
  • Season your salmon fillet with McCormick® Total Seasoning Chicken & Fish to add flavor.
  • Bake for 10 to 15 minutes for moist and flaky fish.
  • Serve with roasted lemon wedges.

Notes: Extra virgin olive oil can be substituted for butter. And that’s it! It’s a beautiful one-pan dish perfect for sharing with loved ones. And not to worry if you have leftovers, it makes for a great lunch the next day!

    Keyword American cuisine, main course, McCormick Recipe, McCormick Salmon Recipe, Salmon Recipe

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    McCormick Salmon Recipe; Nutritional Value

    • Protein – 23 g
    • Carbohydrates – 0 g
    • Sugar – 0 g
    • Fiber – 0 g
    • Total Fat – 16 g
    • Cholesterol – 71 mg
    • Sodium – 382 mg

    How to Store McCormick Salmon Recipe?

    Nobody wants to become sick from eating leftover fish, so it is wise to store it properly and consume it as soon as possible. Although cooked salmon can be refrigerated or frozen, the flavor and texture will not be the same as freshly cooked fish. So instead of merely reheating a fillet, flake it and use it in chowder, curry, salmon spread, or salmon burgers.

    Pro Tips

    • Always smell the fish! Avoid salmon that has a strong fishy stench. Instead, it should smell like sea or saltwater. As a general guideline, buy it fresh when you plan to cook it.
    • If you choose a more traditional cut, such as a steak or a fillet, ensure the pieces are all the same size. It helps you cook all the pieces evenly at once.
    • Slow-roasting salmon is a great way to prepare it without drying out.
    • Gently cooking salmon at low oven (225°F to 250°F) or in a slow cooker enhances its taste.
    • Not sure how long to bake your fillet for? A good rule of thumb is to bake the salmon for 4–6 minutes every half-inch. For those who prefer their salmon rare, four minutes is optimal, while six minutes is sufficient. The middle of the fish should be pink and somewhat transparent.

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    Conclusion

    This is one of my go-to recipes because it only requires a few ingredients and is easy to make, not to mention delicious. This healthy family dinner is ready in a snap. So, what are you waiting for? 

    Go pick yourself a couple of salmon fillets on your way home from work, don your nicest apron, and prepare to cook up a storm. Don’t forget to leave a comment below, as I’d love to see how it turned out.

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