Baked Salmon 2 Ways: Sweet Heat and Traditional

Ingredients for both Salmon recipes:

Salmon filets

Foil or parchment paper

Cooking spray (if you use foil) 

Himalayan Salt

Black pepper

Garlic powder

Onion powder

Salmon #1: Traditional Style

Ingredients:

Himalayan Salt

Black pepper

Garlic powder

Onion powder

Old bay

Dill

Thyme

Key West Spice Company seafood seasoning (https://www.keywestspicecompany.com/product/seafood-6-oz/)

Oil

Salmon #2: Sweet Heat Salmon

Himalayan Salt

Black pepper

Garlic powder

Onion powder

Crushed Red Pepper

Cayenne Pepper

Paprika

Cumin

Dill

Sriracha

Key West Spice Company Island Grill seasoning (https://www.keywestspicecompany.com/product/island-grill-6-oz/)

Creamy lime dressing (I got mine from Lidl- https://www.lidl.com/products/1132524)

Honey

Oil

Instructions:

Make sure your seasoning is mixed with the oil and in a liquid state so you can marinate your salmon

Using a plastic zip lock bag that is large enough for all your salmon filets (I had 8 (4 for each bag), place your salmon in its own individual bag

Pour your seasoning into its corresponding bag.

Close the bag, making sure you remove the excess air. Make sure it is closed before proceeding to the next step

Move the salmon around in the bag ensuring that each piece of the salmon is coated in the marinade

Place your salmon back into the refrigerator and allow it to marinate for 2 hours (or more or less it’s all about your preference. Fish in general does not need that long to marinate. However, the longer the more flavor your fish will have)

After your salmon has marinated for a satisfactory time, remove it from your refrigerator.

Preheat your over to 400 degrees 

On your prepped baking sheet, place your salmon onto the sheet

Put your salmon into your preheated oven and allow it to cook for about 20 minutes or until it is cooked to your liking

Safely remove your salmon from the oven and allow it to cool until it is safe to consume

Enjoy!

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