Oven Baked Salmon Recipes start with my Easy Baked Salmon with Spinach Feta Stuffing. When WAFB-TV called me to appear on a TV-cooking segment in February, I knew exactly which recipes to feature. How about 5-ingredient recipes for Valentine’s Day! I wanted to take advantage of February being heart-healthy month also. My oven baked salmon recipes are definitely heart healthy and can make a quick romantic dinner or a make-ahead nightly meal for busy nights. Yes, you can have a romantic rendezvous in your own home with my easy 5-ingredient recipes.
This best oven baked salmon recipe is great any time of year you want to entertain or want an easy salmon dinner! Too Hot in the Kitchen is a fun book to read or find some easy, trendy recipes that will surely impress everyone without the effort. I also included this recipe in my arthritis cookbook because of the high omega 3 fatty acids benefit. This simple salmon recipe is a great option to include more salmon for a healthy diet and a one of my favorite oven baked salmon recipes.
Salmon with Spinach Feta Stuffing is Gourmet-on-the-Go of Oven Baked Salmon Recipes
So tasty and fancy looking is the Salmon with Spinach Feta Stuffing from Too Hot in the Kitchen cookbook. If you have never had salmon, this easy salmon recipe will introduce you to salmon with a splash. Split the salmon in half and stuff with a wonderful cream cheese, spinach, feta filling. I like to stuff the salmon ahead of time and refrigerate until ready to cook, one recipe to cross off my list.
5 ingredient recipes start with my favorite oven baked salmon recipe!
Salmon with Spinach Feta Stuffing found also in Too Hot in the Kitchen
This simple and superb salmon is impressive to eat, and has become one of everyone’s favorites.
Makes 4 servings
2 ounces reduced-fat cream cheese
1/2 cup crumbled reduced-fat feta cheese
1/3 cup chopped red onion
1/2 cup chopped baby spinach
4 (6-ounce) salmon fillets
1. Preheat oven 350°F. Coat baking dish with nonstick cooking spray.
2. In bowl, combine cream cheese and feta with fork, mixing until blended. Add onion and spinach, combining well.
3. Split each piece of salmon in half lengthwise without cutting all the way through (make pocket). Divide filling in each fillet spreading to cover. Place top salmon piece back over filling and on prepared baking dish. Bake 20 minutes or until flaky and done.
Nutritional information per serving:
Calories 291 Calories from fat 37% Fat 11g Saturated Fat 4g Cholesterol 114mg Sodium 438mg Carbohydrate 3g Dietary Fiber 0g Sugars 1g Protein 42g Dietary Exchanges: 5 lean meat
Easy 5-Ingredient Desserts
I also showed one of my favorite simple pasta recipes, Pasta with Lemon and Pine Nuts, and I could notl decide which sweet to make so I brought several all less than 5-ingredient recipes. Made with Oreo cookies, light cream cheese and white chocolate, it doesn’t get any easier or better than my fabulous Chocolate Truffles,
For a candy, I made my three ingredient Caramel Pecan Candies –-all of these recipes are featured in my Too Hot in the Kitchen cookbook includes a chapter Food for the Mood with great recipes for a Valentine’s Day meal! More simple easy dinner recipes ideas for Valentine’s Day and any other day!