Seared salmon is topped with a bright, bold strawberry salsa that also makes a beautiful dip for summer snacks.
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.
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.
Simple to make, delicious fish tacos are bursting with fresh flavors. Top with zesty cabbage slaw with cilantro and jalapeño and creamy goat cheese.
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.
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.
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.
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.