Recipe for Baked Salmon with Ginger
Here is one of my best Recipe for Baked Salmon with Ginger and a dry rub. Making salmon is so easy it should be on the top of your list for what to bake for dinner.
The fillets that I am using came from Trader Joe’s and are boneless, which means that the pin bone’s have been removed for you. There for you don’t need to spend time removing them.
If your not a fan of Parchment paper you need to try using it for an easy clean up. Click the link to read about the history of this fantastic paper.
To repeat what was said in the video, freezing the ginger is a great way to keep it fresh and super easy to grate the ginger in to any dish that you may be making.
Plain whit rice and a vegetable melody rounds out this dish.
15 minPrep Time
10 minCook Time
25 minTotal Time
- Red Salmon fillet 4 to 6 oz per person
- 1/2 lemon
- Fresh Ginger grated
- Pike Pier Fisherman rub
- Parchment paper
Remove the salmon from the packaging
Rinse the fillets
Pat dry with a paper towel
Place the parchment paper into the baking dish
Place the fillets skin side down in the baking dish
Using a lemon squeezer squeeze lemon juice on to the Salmon
Grate your frozen Ginger on to the flesh side of the fillet
Sprinkle the dry rub on to the Salmon
Place the baking dish with the Salmon in to a pre-heated oven @ 425 degrees
Bake for 10 minutes and check for doneness
If you can’t find the rub in the video you can also use Al’s perfect dry rub found by clicking this link. Watch the video below to see just how easy this dish is to make.