Updated: May 12
Get the family eating more Omega-3-rich fish with these quick and easy salmon recipes, using our delicious Norwegian Salmon (FIS582)
Our Norwegian salmon is Individually Quick Frozen within just hours of being caught, helping to retain freshness and maximise nutritional content.
Having frozen fillets in the freezer means you can whip up a healthy meal in short notice. Here’s a couple of ideas to get you going…
Baked Lemon Salmon
A quick dish which goes well with roasted vegetable couscous . Pop a couple extra fillets in the oven to enjoy the ‘Bake and Flake’ recipes below…
What you need
Norwegian skin-on boneless salmon (one fillet per person)
Olive oil for brushing
What to do
Defrost the fillets overnight
Pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees (fan)
Lightly brush salmon with olive oil
Season with salt, pepper, thyme and fresh lemon juice
Place on greaseproof paper and bake for 15-16 minutes
TOP TIP: If you don’t have time to thaw the fillets, simply rinse under cold water quickly to remove excess ice. Increase cooking time to around five minutes per ounce. Put extra, un-eaten fillets aside for tomorrow’s recipes.
Flaked Spicy Salmon Tortillas
Make salmon fun for the kids with this quick and simple lunch idea – flake cooked salmon (from the night before) into a warm wrap.
Top with red onion, tomato, cucumber and fresh coriander. Give your wrap an extra kick with a drizzle of Chill Olive Oil
Simple Salmon Tagliatelle
Not every pasta dish needs heaps of cream – flake cooked salmon into warm tagliatelle with a sprinkle of fresh parmesan.
Add a drizzle of oil and a little fresh dill, for a light, summery dinner.
Swap the tagliatelle for penne for an easy lunchbox or picnic option. Add a dollop of pesto to keep the pasta moist and tasty.
These recipes have been put together by our JJ Foodies. We are not professional chefs, but we love quick and tasty recipes. Feel free to tweak as you like, we won’t be offended.