Lemon pepper salmon is a pretty common dish, though it usually refers to salmon sprinkled with a premade lemon pepper seasoning. Though I’ve had my share of that version, and don’t mind it at all, this is the version I prefer. A perfectly cooked salmon portion, with a sauce of cream, roasted peppers, and lemon (and a few other things to round it out). Serve with any sort of grilled or steamed green, like asparagus, Brussels sprouts, creamed spinach etc..
I made this tonight for dinner, and it was delicious! I will definitely make it again.
I made this for dinner tonight, and it was delicious! Thank you for the recipe!
I see it says roasted red pepper – so do you need to roast a red pepper ahead of time or do you mean in a jar?
Made this tonight for the fam – SOO GOOD! Thanks for the share, and for a pescatarian recipe! For any non-dairy’s out there, I subbed in cashew milk and simmered a bit longer to thicken…MMmMMmmm. :)
This sounds delicious! Imma try it!
Please keep these recipes coming! I’ve made several and we’ve enjoyed them all.
I made this tonight and it was delicious! I’ve been loving this new cooking series, the videos make Chris’s delicious recipes very approachable.
Definitely making this one. It looks delicious. Thank you!
As much as I look forward to the design and renovation posts, the Sunday recipes and cooking videos are so appreciated! We love having a fresh, new to us meal each week that is healthy, delicious, and accessible for those of us lacking culinary training. Most of your followers appear to comment less frequently about the food posts, so I just wanted to say thank you. Please keep them coming! :)
Yum. I look forward to making this one. Thanks!
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