This Rosemary Citrus Baked salmon is a healthy one pan meal ready in 20 minutes. Fresh Rosemary, orange juice, lemon, veggies, sockeye salmon, olive oil, and spices. A deliciously nourishing meal that’s simple to make. Whole30 and paleo friendly.
I’ve got salmon on the brain. Which a good thing because salmon is good for the brain. Salmon is also good for stress relief, improving mood, bones, heart health, and solving all your life problems. OKay maybe not all life problems, just maybe dinner idea problems, yes? So you see, this Rosemary Citrus Baked Salmon with vegetables deserves a star on the walk of superfood ONE PAN meals of fame.
Corny enough intro for you? Sure, why not.
I know what you’re thinking.. besides the fact that I really am that corny. … A baked salmon recipe? Before Thanksgiving? Shouldn’t it be turkey or a cranberry recipe of sort?
Let me explain.
First, I really wanted to give this salmon recipe an update, so here I am resharing it today, upgraded!
Second, I am married to a Kiwi. New Zealander. A person who does not celebrate Thanksgiving. Scratch that, a person who really doesn’t like Thanksgiving food. No turkey, no stuffing, no pumpkin pie. The fact that I got him to eat Pumpkin in this casserole recipe was a miracle.
Anyways…. back to baked salmon and that lovely herb Rosemary. Mmmm.. yes.
This seasonal inspired one pan salmon meal is what I make for Thanksgiving almost every year. That and Lamb stew or cranberry chicken. My parents usually make 2 Turkey’s and dessert, which is enough for all us hungry Americans to feast on for days!
But you see, this year we are in Utah for Thanksgiving, which means I’m skipping turkey. GASP! And you know what else I’m doing? We are keeping it super CHILL and simple.
The best thing about the little Holiday meal plan is that it’s all naturally delicious and healthy. Paleo friendly and all that jazz. Real food… if you keep it simple, it’s a winner. Am I right?
Alright, I’m hungry just talking about my Thanksgiving plans and salmon, yet again. In meantime, save this one pan baked salmon meal for anytime of year, you won’t be sorry. Or if you’re like me, go ahead add this to your holiday menu. MMM k? You’re body will thank you for skipping the post holiday food coma.
Here’s what you need to make
Rosemary Citrus One Pan Baked Salmon:
- Fresh Rosemary
- Orange and lemon juice
- Orange Slices
- Veggies of choice
- Salmon Fillets
- Olive oil and spices
That’s it ya’ll! Heavenly. And ready in 20 minutes. I’m sorry but that meat 2 hrs of roasting a turkey any day… in my humble opinion.Print
Baked Salmon do th rescue!
Okie dokie. Let’s do this. Bring on the last week of October and into November! Holiday shenanigans officially begin.
What non turkey recipe do you make for the Holidays? Oh do share!