Rich, creamy garlic Tuscan salmon is absolutely restaurant quality and delicious! Perfectly pan seared salmon fillets are swimming in the creamy sauce loaded with baby spinach, garlic, sun-dried tomatoes and Parmesan cheese. Ready in less than 30 minutes. Serve it with mashed potatoes or over homemade pasta. Keto and Gluten Free.
Salmon is known for its healthy fats and heart-healthy properties, American Heart Association recommends to consume fatty fish like salmon or trout every week. If you are trying to lose weight, include salmon in your weekly menu as well. It is high-protein and makes you feel full, it will help to decrease your appetite. Best of all, it contains so many minerals and vitamins.
Salmon is always on my menu list! Check other easy salmon recipes here.
HOW TO PAN SEAR SALMON?
- The recipe calls for 4-5 salmon fillets (skin-on or skinless).
- Remove salmon fillets from the fridge and bring to room temperature. Pat dry before searing, it guarantees the salmon will be crisp on the outside and won’t stick to the pan.
- Heat a skillet with some vegetable oil.
- Once the skillet/pan is hot, generously season each fillet with salt and black pepper on both sides. Don’t season it too soon before cooking, the salt will draw moisture out of it and you will end up with dry fish.
- Sear salmon fillets about 10 minutes (5 minutes per side) or until they are cooked through. Cooking time depends of the salmon fillets’ thickness. Remove from the stove once the internal temperature reaches 140 F/ 60 C.
Sauce for Tuscan Salmon with Spinach and sun-dried tomatoes
In the same skillet/ non-stick pan (the one you used for searing salmon fillets), keep the juices and melt butter. Add the chopped garlic and cook until fragrant, stirring occasionally. Add the chopped onion and cook until translucent. Then stir in sun-dried tomatoes and allow to release flavor before you add the remaining ingredients ( cream, baby spinach and Parmesan cheese).
What goes well with Tuscan Salmon?
- This recipe will work well for Trout, Hamour, Tilapia and Cod.
- For a thicker sauce, use 1 tsp. of corn starch dissolved in water.
- Allow the creamy sauce simmer gently to prevent from separating.
Tuscan salmon with spinach and cherry tomatoes
You can substitute sun-dried tomatoes for cherry tomatoes, the dish will be delish too.
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