Salmon fillets are not only healthy and packed with omega-3s, but they're versatile too. From pasta and stir-fries to pastry parcels and roast dishes, try these tasty salmon fillet recipes.
Salmon fillets are full of flavour, not too expensive and an easy way to give your family meals a healthy boost. Fry them, bake them in a sauce or roast them – there are so many different things you can do with salmon fillets and we have picked out 31 ways to cook them. They make a change from chicken or meat, as they are just as versatile.
Our salmon fillet recipes include simple pan fried salmon fillets, salmon with sticky chilli sauce and salmon with vegetable pasta. We’ve got lots of mouth-watering recipes to choose from. Salmon isn’t too expensive either making it a great mid-week option that the whole family can enjoy. It’s an easy to eat fish too making it suitable for kids.
Infuse your salmon fillet in a rich sauce or dust with a homemade seasoning – the choices are endless!
First up, this delicious Japanese-style salmon and vegetable curry recipe can be ready in just 35 mins. Covered with teriyaki sauce, drizzled in lime and served with spiced veggies, your salmon fillet has never tasted so good.
Browse through the rest of our delicious salmon fillet recipes below including some mouth-watering mid-week options for the whole family…
Use ready-made tomato pasta sauce to make this quick and easy salmon with vegetable pasta, with broccoli, green beans, leeks and peas. Chives and lemon give it lots of flavour too.
Ready in just 40 mins, give your salmon a new lease of life with this spiced up recipe. Mustard, horseradish and chilli gives these fillets plenty of flavour.
Salmon is packed with exceptional nutritional value but it doesn’t mean it’s lacking in flavour – this salmon dish adds chilli sauce for add a spicy kick to the fish. It’ll go great with rice and salad.
With a squeeze of lemon and drizzle of oil you can transform your fillets into soft and delicious cuts perfect served with mashed potato or on a bed of noodles.
Instead of beef, barbecue salmon and you’ll taste the delicious results. Serve with cucumber, sour cream and chive salad to add a refreshing twist.
Healthy definitely equals tasty in this Weight Watchers recipe for Tandoori salmon with spicy mango salsa – make your own chutney with dried mango, chilli and fresh coriander.
Craving an Oriental stir-fry? Use teriyaki marinade to coat these sesame salmon fillets and stir-fry the vegetables in chill, garlic and ginger for an easy, healthy family dinner.
The salty flavour from the bacon and the softness of the lentils make a delicious combo when paired with a fresh fillet of salmon. Bake your fillet in a tin foil parcel to keep all the juices and nutrients.
Fresh lemon, fresh herbs and white wine add lots of summery, Mediterranean flavours to this salmon on lemon and herb risotto recipe – and it’s so easy to make too
How delicious does this recipe sound? The citrus flavour of the lime will turn your salmon into a summery dish. Serve with asparagus and drizzle in balsamic vinegar to serve.
This recipe serves 6 people so is perfect if you’ve got a crowd round. Each piece of salmon is seasoned with coriander and cumin to give them heaps of flavour.
A delicious, easy salmon dish combining the sweetness of honey with the nuttiness of sesame seeds. Give your salmon and Oriental twistwith this recipe.
This sweet chilli salmon – goes perfectly with oven chips, much better for you than a chip to the chippy. goodtoknow user Joy says: ‘Really quick, easy and hardly any washing-up.’
These pepper and salmon parcels are a fun way to serve up salmon. It’s packed with vegetables and coated in a delicious, zesty sherry and soy sauce dressing.
Give your salmon fillet plenty of flavour with this creamy tarragon and mushroom sauce. We’d recommend serving it with new potatoes and fresh greens.
We just love this recipe. It’s simple and ready in just 15 mins. This recipe cooks your fillet in sesame oil and groundnut oil. Sprinkle your fillet with chilli and little chunks of cucumber before serving.
Get the recipe: Sesame salmon
goodtoknow Nicole says, ‘Just made this superfood salmon stir-fry – it’s
absolutely delicious. I didn’t have oranges so I used a satsuma, but
was still tasty!’ goodtoknow user Lindsay adds, ‘Superb dish, easy to
Need a health boost? This Woman’s Weekly recipe for salmon and broad
bean salad is packed with nutritious ingredients from lemons and fresh
mint to artichoke hearts and rocket.
Friends over for dinner? Make these honey mustard seared salmon fillets, flavoured with wine and crème fraîche, and serve with rice, watercress and roasted baby tomatoes.
Give that tender cut of fish a kick by cooking it in wholegrain mustard.
Serve on a bed of couscous and peas and watch it disappear off plates
Don’t buy ready-made breadcrumbed fish when you can make these salmon goujons with lime and coriander dressing at home. They’re ideal for lunch too and the kids will love them.
Get experimental with flavours with these seasoned salmon fillets infused with garlic and lemon zest and served with pan-fried potatoes.
You only need 5 ingredients to make these salmon fillets on tagliatelle with tomato and pesto salsa – green beans, pasta, salmon, plum tomatoes and fresh pesto.
If you’re a pastry fan, you’ll love this delicious salmon and mascarpone leek parcels recipe from celeb chef Gino D’Acampo.
This salmon dish uses a whole salmon fillet and is perfect if you’re entertaining!
Get the recipe: Salmon and asparagus with tarragon hollandaise
These healthy fish fingers are sure to be a hit with the kids!
Get the recipe: Fearne Cotton’s salmon fish fingers
Chimichurri salmon is an easy but impressive dish that is packed with flavour.
Get the recipe: Chimichurri salmon
Salmon burgers are a tasty addition to any BBQ and they are much healthier than beef or lamb patties.
Get the recipe: Salmon burgers
This BBQ salmon with salsa puts a tropical twist on your standard barbecue fare and is a great change to how you might normally cook salmon.
Get the recipe: BBQ salmon with quick tomato salsa