Salmon Dill

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Salmon Dill

Are you bored of your regular Salmon dish? Here’s a flavorful alternative that makes a pretty appearance on your plate and cheers your mood too. See how a dash of dill can make a whole lot of difference.


  •   Salmon fillets – 2
  •   Onion –  4 tbsp
  •   Dill – 2-3 tsp
  •   Lemon – 1
  •   Salt – according to your taste
  •  Olive or vegetable oil  (or cooking spray) – 2 tsp

  •  Wash the Salmon fillets and pat dry.
  •  Grease a baking dish and place the fillets on it. Rub some salt and pepper. Let it settle for 10 minutes.
  •  Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. In the meantime, chop the onions in small pieces, likewise cut the dill in small bunches. Sprinkle them on top of the fillets. Don’t bother about the extras falling on your baking dish because later it really makes for a delicious, crunchy eat. Drizzle some oil and squeeze a generous amount of lemon juice on top.
  •  When the oven is ready, insert the baking dish and heat for 15-20 minute or till your Salmon is just about cooked, and certainly not overcooked so you might want to check it after 15 minutes.
  •  With grilled Asparagus and baked potatoes as sides, you have a perfect lunch for yourself. Or, have it the Indian way with dill incorporated fried rice.
  • Yield: 2 servings

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