Honey Glazed Salmon Recipe

I’ve never been a big fan of fish.

I don’t like that fishy taste. I enjoy battered and fried fish, but that is problematic on a low carb or Keto diet. Salmon is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids and we started eating more of it last year.

Here is my wife’s delicious salmon steak recipe which uses honey and garlic butter to cover up that fishy taste. We usually eat it with a serving of cauliflower rice.

Ingredients:

  • Honey
  • McCormick Fiesta Citrus Seasoning
  • Olive Oil
  • Salmon Fillets

Directions:

  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees
  • Drizzle honey evenly over tops of fillets (not skin side)
  • Sprinkle Fiesta Citrus Seasoning on top
  • Heat cast iron skillet over medium high heat
  • Add oil and garlic butter (usually comes with fillets)
  • Add fillets seasoned side down, skin side up
  • Cook for 3 minutes
  • Turn fillets over, seasoned sides up
  • Transfer to oven, roast 11 minutes or until skin flakes easily with a fork
  • Serve warm

Note: This isn’t the same recipe, but you get the idea. The crispy salmon skin cooked in a cast iron skillet tastes wonderful.

About Hunter Wallace 8855 Articles
Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Occidental Dissent

8 Comments

  1. Sounds female but, yikes, that upper body screams testosterone! What did “she?” do to herself?

    I would have preferred a strong, white male.

    Atlantic Salmon = code for farmed (wild salmon in the Atlantic is prohibited from being fished)

    Farmed Salmon = predominantly GMO, eventually ALL GMO

    Your body, your choice. Pay now or pay later. Either way, you will have to pay one day. So, minimize the probability of doing it from a hospital bed or with a chemo drip.

  2. As far as I am aware Alaskan sockeye salmon is extremely healthy. Just bake it. My family usually has it at least once a week. I have heard rumors on Fukushima poisoning Pacific fish but I do not think the radiation has reached Alaska. I did read that Russia tests its salmon catch for radiation. That country seems to be smart in most ways.

    Sardines are healthy also but I personally do not like the taste. I do not think fried anything is healthy. Americans eat alot of shrimp and catfish but they are not the healthiest. I think stick to salmon, mackerel, sardines, and maybe trout.

    I have caught trout in California. It was fun and tasty.

  3. Salmons great but yeah i’m a little weary of it lately if its farmed or contaminated like snowy pointed out. Fresh salmon is super pricey tho like 10 bucks for 2 small salmon steaks

    I like glazing it with maple or honey a bit of ginger and garlic then i wrap it in olive oil pre rubbed tinfoil so the fish doesn’t stick to the foil and slow cook in a pan or oven

Comments are closed.