Blackened Salmon

For those of you who didn’t know, I am now am the contributing writer for the Resident Recipe section of our monthly neighborhood magazine. With the permission of my neighbors, I will share with you their recipe and the article I submitted to the magazine.

This blackened salmon recipe appeared in our April 2012 magazine issue and was submitted by Sue, who states: “This is a family recipe and I like to serve it when all my family is over for dinner. I came up with this recipe after having Blackened Salmon at a local seafood restaurant. Their version was so delicious, I went home and was able to duplicate it in my kitchen.”
Sue’s salmon looks absolutely gorgeous, wouldn’t you agree? It tasted just as incredible as it looked…she gave me a bite to sample! I hope you enjoy. 🙂

Blackened Salmon
1 large Salmon filet, about 2 pounds
Cooking spray
Olive oil
Black pepper
Garlic, minced
Parsley flakes, dried
1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.  Spray an 8″x 11″ inch pan with cooking spray.
2. Wash and dry salmon and place in pan.
3. Lightly pour olive oil over the filet. Sprinkle a generous amount of each of he above seasonings over the top of the filet.
4. Bake salmon for 20-25 minutes or until done. Serve with rice or your favorite potato dish and a green salad, for a quick and easy meal.
Yield: 4-6 servings
Recipe from: Sue

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