A potato hash-brown cake is topped with a sweet mustard sauce, salmon, and a soft boiled egg for a divine brunch bite.
Pan seared salmon, drizzled with a creamy pesto sauce and served with a side of crisped broccoli for a dreamy dinner in no time.
Easy to accomplish on a weekday, Asian-style ginger and soy sauce thickens as it cooks and is perfect with a crispy sesame crust and the moist fish inside.
Grilled tostadas are topped with grilled salmon, a mustard slaw and creamy goat cheese for a gluten free meal or appetizer that’s so easy to make.
Simple salmon patties made with onion, parsley, panko and a garlic-basil aioli that tops the bun as well. Serve with pineapple for a smokey-sweet addition.
From bones to skin and all the delicious meat in between, learn just a few of the things that can be done with the fish.
A bowl of spring goodness doused in a lemon-dill vinaigrette and finished with avocado. Roasted sweet potatoes add rich flavor to the fresh flavors.
Pretty toasts are great for a spring party or Sunday brunch. Don’t forget the lemon zest to add a burst of freshness to the creamy and rich appetizer.
For breakfast or lunch, this protein packed bowl complete with salmon and egg with keep you full with flavorful olives, feta, and micro greens.
Use a nutty-cranberry bread to hold smoked salmon or prawns tossed in a simple pesto for an awesome toast snack.
Enjoy Scottish smoked salmon with a rich butter and quail eggs just as it is prepared at Edinburgh’s The Balmoral.
Simple to make, delicious fish tacos are bursting with fresh flavors. Top with zesty cabbage slaw with cilantro and jalapeño and creamy goat cheese.
Served alongside a winter slaw, this Tripolitan Jewish dish plays perfectly with sweet, spicy, and citrus.
A perfect one-bite appetizer, mini buckwheat pancakes are the star of this recipe. They have an earthy flavor from the flour and are a little buttery.
For a fun meal to serve a crowd, make a batch of rice and serve with a variety of toppings so everyone can make their own sushi bowl.
Make a basic quinoa bowl with delicious chickpeas, currants and carrots, and top with a peice of salmon and a yogurt and tahini sauce for an awesome meal.
A honey-sweetened, ginger, garlic, miso and soy marinade creates a crisp, caramelized crust after quick roasting. A simple meal with little active time.
A hearty soup is a great way to warm up. Enjoy this chowder made with salmon and buttermilk and try serving it with warm buttermilk biscuits.
It is an easy weekday meal of teriyaki salmon and steamed bok choy, but it has enough flavor to also be featured on a seafood Christmas Eve dinner menu.
Sweet and spicy, this salmon combines simple ingredients for a simply scrumptious meal.
With just a few ingredients, a flavorful, fresh salmon salad can come together. Prepare everything but the salmon ahead of time for a quick weeknight meal.
A no-fuss, super easy salmon and vegetables dish, that is gently steamed in packet for a tender and flavorful dish.
Oven-cooked salmon with a ton of flavor and color. Serve over a bed of quinoa for a complete fish and vegetable bowl.
Devoted to the cuisine of his homeland, Chef Frode Selvaag has cooked the flavors of Norway around the world. Join him at NORTH as he creates with seafood.
Herbed and earthy salmon baked with basil chimichurri and served with potato thyme fries and roasted roots. Pair with a Rioja wine for light spice.
A favorite make-ahead party dip. A few simple ingredients and crackers or a fresh baguette is all you need for this easy appetizer.
A simple salmon recipe from Ina Garten to use the abundant fresh herbs of the season. Serve over basmati rice.
Learn how to use parchment paper to create flavorful fish or chicken with ease, and little clean up. Fill the packet with vegetables, herbs, and olive oil.
This burger is fast, deliciously spicy, and healthy, too. Don’t be afraid to ditch the bun and nestle the crispy slider on top of a salad instead.
Based on the cocktail, this salmon is doused in lime and sprinkled with rum and mint. To add a pop of flavor, three peppers are used to marinate the fish.
An Asian inspired Citrus Glazed Salmon incorporates spring veggies, along with a citrusy kick for a colorful and refreshing twist for dinner.
A fresh meal is easy to make on the grill or in the oven with skewered salmon. Add lemon, grapefruit, and dill to the mix for added flavors.
This simple seafood dish combines the flavor of Indonesian soy sauce with sweet and sour noodles to create a healthy dish that is ready in 30 minutes.
Get back to basics with easy salmon and avocado toast. This video shows that with a touch of lemon, arugula, and salt you have a bangin’ breakfast or snack.
Practice your perfect grilled meal before Memorial Day gets here. Salmon and vegetables barbecued with simple seasonings and charred just right, in minutes.
A super flavorful, lightning fast weeknight dinner recipe for Pineapple Teriyaki Salmon topped with Pineapple Habanero Salsa.
A blush-colored salmon salad with pomegranate jewels and sprinkled with quinoa is filling, while still being light.
Asian inspired Crispy Salmon with Ginger Soy Sauce.
Salmon fried rice with shittake mushrooms is a great use for salmon leftovers.
Baked salmon filo parcels with cauliflower mash.
This plate combines smoky flavors in the cured salmon with creamy potatoes and shallots for a flavorful winter meal.
Stovetop-cooked salmon is coated in a sauce full of fresh herbs, intriguing spices and just enough yogurt to give it a rich tanginess.
Hang on to any leftover cheese sauce from this recipe and add it to mashed potatoes later in the week.
Finnish flavors of salmon and dill get a kick from spicy mustard sauce.
Careful when sourcing your salmon for this classic Swedish snack, gravlax is cured but still raw.
Eat Fish Twice a Week. The introduction of the USDA’s new “My Plate” dietary guidelines recommending at least two servings of fish per week has amped up the importance of incorporating protein-rich fish like salmon into American diets. Learn more about the Norwegian Salmon and get our favorite fish recipes.
By NORTH Festival
During NORTH Festival, foodies have the opportunity to work along side one of Norway’s most accomplished seafood chefs – Frode Selvaag, at an inspiring seafood cooking class.
If you don’t like salmon this meal-worthy salad would also be just as delicious with sautéed shrimp or scallops.
Yogurt and spice marinated grilled salmon is always delicious but the star of the meal was the grilled corn salad with roasted tomatoes.
For those who love great meals but lack the skills or just want something simple and divine, broiled salmon will never fail to please the tastebuds.
The creamy-textured and slightly tangy, smoky-flavored dip is the perfect accoutrement for seeded, nutty crackers.
A great starter or buffet dish that can be made ahead of time. Inspired by Peter Gilmore of Quay.
This rocket, salmon, avocado and wasabi sandwich is fresh, a little rustic and it packs a real punch. Make into a sandwich, wrap or enjoy as a salad.
Salmon is one of those things that you can spend just a few minutes of time preparing and it looks and tastes totally gourmet.
Here’s an easy Spring dish that you can enjoy as the days get longer and warmer! This salmon recipe is perfect for a busy weeknight.
Of all the world’s cuisines, there are very few that marry up to a nice pint better than that of Ireland.
You’d think a piece of salmon (a fatty fish) that is served with a (ridiculously delicious) butter sauce would be heavy, wouldn’t you?
Lots of veggies, a great quality piece of salmon, fresh herbs, citrus and extra virgin olive oil all steamed together in under 25 minutes.
This is a wonderful one dish meal, hearty and complete with compelling flavors.
Tomorrow morning, why not turn the amazing Eggs Benedict into an equally amazing Eggs Royale.