Hazelnut Crusted Salmon
You'll want to try this light and tender roasted "Hazelnut Crusted Salmon," with a crunchy hazelnut crust, this recipe makes a great weeknight meal. This dinner recipe is quick and easy to make, and a healthy meal choice the whole family will love.
This hazelnut crusted salmon recipe is great served with rice or roasted potatoes and some veggies and you’ve got yourself a healthy weeknight meal the whole family will love. Great tasting salmon begins with good salmon, so you'll want to be sure to choose your fish wisely. Look for salmon that is firm, moist, and smells like the ocean. It should not be dull in color or have any visible browning. Fresh salmon is preferred but previously frozen is fine if fresh is not available and the fish appears in good condition. Be sure to read the label, wild salmon is the best option, but it will be more expensive. Farmed salmon is more widely available and inexpensive, always check the country of origin. U.S. farmed salmon is regulated and generally good quality, but farmed salmon from other countries may contain high levels of chemicals and antibiotics. Some of the ingredients in the hazelnut crusted salmon recipe include salmon with skin on, fresh lemon juice, honey, chopped hazelnuts, panic bread crumbs, and olive oil. To start you will want to preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Line a sheet pan with parchment paper and space the pieces of salmon evenly on top. In a small bowl, whisk together the lemon juice and honey, and drizzle the mixture onto the salmon pieces. In a food processor, you can pulse the hazelnuts until finely ground, you can then add the panko bread crumbs, salt and pepper and olive oil and pulse until combined.
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