Monday, October 13, 2008

Broiled Salmon with Onion, Tomato and Lemon

This was so good and yummy!!!

The piece of salmon that I had was huge, so I had to double the recipe and cook it longer, but I wanted leftovers for Joe to take to work. I do love salmon!!!

So here goes the recipe:

Broiled Salmon with Onion, Tomato and Lemon


1/4 cup (1/2 stick) unsalted butter
2 tablespoons minced parsley
2 large garlic cloves, minced
2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
1 16-ounce salmon fillet with skin
4 thin onion slices
4 thin tomato slices
4 thin lemon slices


Melt butter in a small heavy saucepan over low heat. Add parsley, garlic and lemon juice and simmer 2 minutes.


Preheat broiler. Place salmon on large piece of heavy-duty foil; season with salt and pepper. Brush salmon with half of the butter mixture. Arrange onion, tomato and lemon slices over the salmon. Drizzle remaining butter mixture over the top. Fold foil over the salmon and crimp edges tightly to seal. Place salmon package in broiler pan. Broil 5 inces from heat source until salmon is just cooked through, about 10 minutes.

This is what it looked like just before I put it in the oven.



5 comments:

MERRIANNE said...

oh gosh! that looks Delicious!!!!!

Kami said...

HOLY YUMMINESS!! Thanks for letting me take some for lunch. It was absolutely delicious! Eric saw it and said, "Ewwww..." but it was definately wonderful.

Brenden, Lorie and Our Girls said...

Helllllo!!
I don't mind you checking out my blog at all. In fact, I think it's fantastic. It's such a wonderful way of keeping in touch with everyone. By the way you are an amazing cook. Your cakes are stunning.
Lorie

MERRIANNE said...

hey RHONDA! the results of the CHRISTMAS swap are on the Healthy Divas site!!!! wooo hoooo!!!!!!

Jacque Benson said...

This looks soooooooo deelish Rhonda!

I LUV the Halloween music!!

Hehehe!

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