I hope you are having a great summer. It’s been a very busy, but great summer for me so far.
When you are on vacation, you eat whatever is available and sometimes indulge with some unhealthy snacks. Well, when we went to explore downtown Chicago, I bought a scoop of Haagen Daz Sea Salt Caramel Gelato. Oh, my…it was so delicious! I almost did not want to share it with my husband. 🙂 Then, we had Chicago’s famous and authentic pizza for dinner.
When we arrived in Virginia, I wanted to have seafood and salad for dinner after indulging foods that were high in carbohydrates.
This recipe is great when you don’t have that much time to prepare a meal for more than 30 minutes.* It’s fast, simple, easy, and delicious.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare the ingredients.
- 6 or 8 oz. salmon fillets
- Weber Zesty lemon seasoning
- Weber Roasted garlic and herbs seasoning (not in the picture)
- juice of 1/2 lime
- 1/2 cup diced fresh mango
- cilantro, chopped
- 10 pieces of raspberries, halves
- salt and pepper
- olive oil
Lightly coat the baking dish with cooking spray and arrange the salmon fillets. Season the fillets with lemon and roasted garlic and herbs seasonings. Lightly drizzle with olive oil.
Cover with foil and bake for 25-30 minutes. Prepare the salad or a side dish you prefer at this time. Set aside.
Meanwhile, prepare the salsa. Combine the mango, raspberries, cilantro, lime juice, a pinch of salt and dash of ground black pepper in a small bowl. Mix until well combined. Set aside. Remove salmon from the oven.
Arrange the cooked salmon on a plate. Add any of your favorite starch or side dish. Garnish the cooked salmon with mango and raspberry salsa. Serve immediately.
You can create scrumptious meals like this one. This dish is presentable enough to serve at a wedding in my opinion. Don’t you think? Bon Appetit!
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