If you’re like us, you’re eating salmon all year around. But there’s just something about spring that inspired us to shake up our menu. With Chinook salmon in season, spring is the best time to refresh your dinner rotation with some bright and bold flavours. From classic teriyaki to trendy poke bowls, discover new and delicious salmon recipes.
Slow Roast Salmon with Cucumber Dill Salad
One of the reasons we love salmon is that it cooks super-fast, making dinner a breeze. But if you have a few minutes to spare, try your hand at this decadent new technique that delivers major salmon flavour, enhanced with a light and fresh dill salad.
Broiled Salmon with Herb Mustard Glaze
This simple broiled salmon is flavoured with an herb-infused mustard glaze and served simply with lemon wedges.
Seared Salmon Poke Bowl
If you didn’t make it to Hawaii this winter, no worries — you can enjoy a little taste of tropical flavour at home with a trendy, poke bowl. Instead of searching for sushi-grade salmon, opt for wild salmon fillets and sear them with a crunchy sesame seed crust. Complete your bowl with creamy avocado, nori and your favourite spring veggies.
Salmon En Croute
Whether you’re looking for a fancy solo dinner recipe or a real show-stopping dish for entertaining, this asparagus topped, pastry crusted salmon fillet simply can’t be beat.
Honey Soy Grilled Salmon with Edamame
By stuffing a mixture of fresh herbs into the fillets, the fish is infused with bright, delicious flavours. Serve with shelled edamame and a lime wedge for a hit of citrus.
Salmon in Parchment With Ginger, Soy and Enoki Mushrooms
Salmon steamed in individual parchment parcels really enhances the aroma and flavour of this gorgeous dish.
Mustard-Maple Roasted Salmon
Maple, mustard and salmon are a Canadian dream team. Together they make for a locally-inspired weeknight dinner that’s ready in a flash.
Sesame Crusted Salmon with Asian Green and Tamari Dressing
Pacific salmon paired with black and white sesame seeds, and a tangy tamari dressing makes for a striking presentation on the plate. Served with leafy bok choy, this speedy and simple supper makes for a healthy mid-week meal.
Spanish Baked Salmon
This Spanish-inspired salmon is baked surrounded by croutons, olives, peppers, spices and fresh herbs.
Chilled Asparagus Soup with Salmon
This fresh and cream asparagus soup is served chilled, and topped with asparagus spears, salmon, and a drizzle of olive oil.
This fresh and creamy asparagus soup is served chilled, and topped with asparagus spears, salmon, and a drizzle of olive oil.
Roasted Salmon with Green Herbs
Versatile salmon creates a gorgeous pink base for a peppy sauce of fresh green herbs, including parsley, dill and scallions.
Cilantro Lime Salmon
Made in a mere 16 minutes, Ree Drummond knocks this salmon dish out of the park. Coated in a honey-soy glaze and chopped cilantro, and served on a bed of rice, this flavour-packed recipe will do wonders for your weeknight repertoire.
Salmon Teriyaki with Jasmine Rice
A touch of sweet and tangy teriyaki glaze takes your typical salmon supper to a fresh and flavourful new level. Pair with in-season asparagus for a light and lovely dinner.
Grilled Salmon Steaks
Roll your salmon in a circle for a filet mignon-style steak that cooks evenly on the grill. Cumin, coriander and green peppercorns give this fantastic grilled fish a delightful spiced crust.
Mango Glazed Salmon and Spinach Salad
Sticky broiled salmon is coated in a tasty sweet and tart glaze made with the perfect combination of bright mango, ginger, rice vinegar and soy sauce.
Seared Salmon Niçoise
Put a little spring flavour into your weekday lunch with a tasty and filling make-ahead salad.
West Coast Salmon Candy
Smoky, salty and sweet — you’ll see why salmon candy is the ultimate West Coast snack. Brining the salmon in a mixture of sugar and water infuses it with a flavour and delivers a buttery-soft texture.