Baked Salmon in White Wine Sauce

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

It isn't everyday that I can get salmon around here that isn't farm raised with color added or from China.  So when I do come across Wild Atlantic Salmon, I can't pass it up.  I usually dress it up with some lemon, butter and herbs, simple but delicious.  I wanted to try something different this time and came across a recipe for Salmon in White Wine Sauce.  I used a combination of these two recipes: Salmon with white wine and Salmon Linguine with White Wine.  I made the sauce base with the second recipe and add the herbs from the first.  I seasoned the salmon filets and baked them at 350 Degrees for about 25 minutes.   Top it with the white wine sauce and Voila! You can pair this with whatever sounds good to you, I made a basic salad and red roasted potatoes with dill! Delicious!
This sauce is so rich and creamy, I couldn't wait to have it again! So....I used the leftover salmon and sauce the next night.  I cut the salmon into chunks and heated it in a saucepan with the white wine sauce, tossed it with Linguine and sprinkled on some extra dill.  Wow! This was AMAZING!  I felt somewhat guilty for eating such a rich and high carb meal...but not guilty enough to stop at one serving! Bwahahaha!


WizzyTheStick said...

Wow, that salmon in creamy sauce looks amazingly delicious. I wouldn't have been able to stop at one serving either

loriana20 said...

I cannot wait to make this!! It looks soo delicious!! Thank you for posting this one!!

Kala-Loo said...

Thanks! It was!

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