I pulled this recipe out of a magazine months ago and it go shoved to the bottom of a bunch of recipe cards. I found it last week while meal planning and thought it had potential. We generally love salmon (yay omega 3 fatty acids!) and buy it whenever it's on sale. The magazine actually gave guacamole and rice recipes, but I was honed in on the salmon.
I thought this tasted awesome. I put mine in a hard shell corn taco with a little cheese and some guiltless guac from trader joes that is sitting around needing to be used with a little tomato on the side. I had planned to add some napa cabbage that I have, but totally forgot to take it out and slice. Oops. But back to my point, it was light, I knew it was healthy, and it really hit the spot. David also enjoyed it - giving it approval as another good way to prep salmon. I would eat this without tacos - just prepared as seasoned fish, but I love tacos. It was so easy I for see this being added to the regulars.
Ingredients (served 2, 2 tacos for each of us)
2 salmon fillets (4 oz apiece)
1/4 tsp paprika
1/4 tsp coriander
1/8 tsp salt
Pinch pepper to taste
1. Preheat oven to 400F. Line a baking sheet with foil. Pat the salmon dry and place skin side down. Spray with a little olive oil to coat surface of the fish.
2 Mix spices in a small bowl.
4. Flake cooked fish into large chunks and enjoy on your favorite corn or flour based tortilla product. :)