Baked Salmon is a refreshing change to the traditional Wisconsin fish fry. Butter and lemon are all you need to make a great main course with salmon.
Salmon is amazingly good for you. The fatty fish is high in Omega-3, which is important for brain health. Vitamin D is another benefit we Midwesterners tend to be low on this time of year. As a main course though, it is the high protein factor that make it dinner. Slamon benefits joints, brain, skin, hair, and countless other internal and external parts of our body. Try to incorporate it into your diet at least once a week and see the difference in your health!
PROTIP: For easy cleanup wrap the pan in foil.
4 oz filet for each serving
1 Tbsp butter per filet
3 slices lemon per filet
Parsley for garnish
Heat oven to 400 degrees and line pan with foil. Place filets skin side down on pan, lay the lemon slices across the top of the filet, then the pat of butter over the lemon. Sprinkle parsley overtop all. Bake at 400 degrees for 25 minutes, until fish flakes easily at the thickest section. Serve with baked sweet potatoes and greens. Enjoy!