Last night’s Prospect Park Soirée was soooooo much fun!! Everyone decorates their tables so elaborately and goes all out on the food. Then, after the sun dips down, the dance party begins! 💃
Our contribution to our group’s potluck was baked salmon with green goddess sauce, roasted vegetables and gluten-free brownies.
If you start with really, really good wild-caught salmon, it doesn’t need much to make it delicious (I got this from fishtalesseafoodmkt — #notanad I’m just a fan). And it’s great hot, room temp or cold, so it’s perfect for entertaining, or an event like the Soirée.
I brushed it with olive oil, seasoned generously with salt, pepper, garlic powder and dill, topped with lemon slices and baked at 400F until it reached 120F at the thickest part, about 15 minutes (time will vary based on how thick your fish is).
For the sauce, I used a recipe I developed for foodnetwork: https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/keto-poached-salmon-with-green-goddess-sauce-9584662
And there’s some left over, which I’ll be drizzling on vegetables and salads all week—also would be great with crab or salmon cakes.
Having friends over? Try this salmon! It’s good for brunch, too. Plus: You can make the sauce ahead of time, and the dish is so easy and a crowd pleaser. 💜
#wildcaughtsalmon #seafood #carnivoreish #healthyfoodshare