Honey Salmon in Foil
My step-sister is a pescetarian which can be quite painful for ultimate meat eaters like us trying to figure out what to make for dinner.
She recently came to stay for the last time, before she leaves on a year long trip around South America and our other sister came up as well for the weekend. So I wanted to serve something delicious but easy for everyone after a hard day at work.
Into my Pinterest folder I went. I've been hoping to make this super easy salmon recipe from Damn Delicious for a while now. We actually had it for Christmas, made by the glorious Lizzie, with a beautiful fresh half side of salmon.
This is a super quick and fuss free recipe that everyone at home can enjoy. We served it with Baked Parmesan Zucchini and a green salad. Both the sides and the salmon took 20 mins to prep and 20 to cook which meant we had dinner on the table asap and could spend the rest of the evening, chatting and catching up. Exactly what having family or friends over for dinner should be about.
1 x 150g portion of salmon per person
3 cloves garlic
1 tbsp thyme
1/4 cup Honey
1 tbsp. Olive Oil
1 tbsp white wine vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste
- Place Salmon onto foil and create a pocket that totally covers and seals the salmon
- Mix the dressing ingredients together
- Spoon over salmon
- Place in a 180 degree celcius over and cook for 20mins. This time will vary depending on how much salmon you are cooking.
- Check the salmon regularly after the 10min mark if you aren't sure so that you can remove the salmon when just cooked.