Salmon is the powerhouse of nutrients and has its own charm and popularity. This fatty fish is loaded with nutrients and can reduce the risk factors for many diseases. Salmon is tasty, versatile and widely available.
Many of us had a craving for fresh fish and dill. Playing around fresh salmon with lemon and dill can be an instant hit in your recipe book. To satisfy the craving for fish here is a recipe of lemon dill salmon with garlic, white wine, and butter sauce.
Lemon dill salmon with garlic, white wine, and butter sauce
Salmon is a nutrient dense and dill has a whole lot of health benefits with calcium, manganese, and iron. The combination of salmon with this herb can be a great host of health benefits let alone the taste. The garlicky flavor and the texture of white wine and butter sauce are enough to spill out the word ‘Wow' after getting a bite of the dish lemon dill salmon with garlic, white wine, and butter sauce.
- ¼ cup melted butter
- ¼ cup white wine
- One juiced lemon
- Five cloves chopped garlic
- One bunch stems trimmed fresh dill
- One (1 pound) salmon fillet
- ½ cup roasted almonds
How to make
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
- Take a small bowl and mix butter, white wine, lemon juice, and garlic together.
- Pour a little measure of the butter into an 8×8-inch baking tray until the base is equitably covered; cover with a thin layer of dill. Place salmon, skin side down, into the heating tray. Sprinkle with outstanding dill; pour remaining melted butter over salmon. Cover firmly with aluminum foil.
- Bake the foiled salmon in the preheated oven for 25 to 35 minutes. The fish will flake easily with the pork.
- Be generous with the roasted almonds, sprinkled over the salmon before serving.
As said earlier salmon is a whole host of nutrients. It is a great source of high-quality protein, vitamins, and minerals. Salmon contains a great bit of omega-3 fatty acid, and that receives the most attention.
Serving per recipe: 5
Amount per serving
| % Daily value|
|Total fat||21.9g|| 34%|
|Potassium|| 526mg|| 15%|
|Total carbohydrates|| 6.9g|| 2%|
|Dietary fiber|| 2.9g|| 12%|
|Protein|| 23.3g|| 46%|
|Vitamin A|| 832IU|
|Vitamin C|| 24mg|
|Vitamin B-6|| 0mg|
Salmon is obviously heavenly. It has a one of a kind, sensitive flavor with a less ‘fishy’ taste than numerous other fatty fishes. It is also a wholesome powerhouse that gives a few amazing medical advantages. What's more, salmon is delicious, satisfying and versatile. Make it tastier with lemon, dill, garlic, butter sauce, and white wine.