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Parmesan Baked Salmon

Parmesan Baked Salmon recipe
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Mayo, Parmesan and a RITZ Cracker coating make this baked salmon dish irresistible. Knock their socks off with this easy crowd-pleaser.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
12/18/2006
This is one of my favorite salmon recipe. I made it so many times and I only like it more each time. I like to have mine a bit more spicy so I added more of the cayenne pepper and it was absolutely delicious. This is definitely a keeper recipe for me :-)
posted:
12/5/2006
Absolutely delicious. I'd use a little less mayo next time and I did add dill...great and even the people that didn't like salmon agreed it was the best. My new favorite salmon recipe.
posted:
11/14/2006
Really, really good!! I nice change from plain, baked salmon.
posted:
11/10/2006
Great recipe! Everyone loved it. Made with tartar sauce instead of mayo and extra red pepper.
posted:
10/18/2006
The mayo mixture was a bit too thick so I would modify it to use less mayo and less parmesan cheese. I did take the suggestion of adding dill and that was very good. Next time just lemon juice and dill may be better.
posted:
10/18/2006
This was delicious! My husband loved it and didn't even add extra condiments to it (he usually slathers sauces on everything).
posted:
10/15/2006
Very yummy! I would use just a tiny bit more cayenne pepper the next time just to give it a bit more kick. It was really flavorful though, even using the light mayo. Great recipe, and super fast prep, would definately make again!
posted:
10/14/2006
My young son doesn't care for lemon so I used tangerine juice instead. The fillet I cooked was a bit thick and was not cooked through. I scored the top and it was ready in no time. It turned out great!
posted:
9/14/2006
My husband loved it. The cayenne pepper really added a nice little twist to it, and it really livened up our old boring seasoned salmon. I think we'll use this instead from now on! I subbed the mayo for Miracle Whip Light and it was great and less fatt.
posted:
9/14/2006
This was an different twist for our family, instead of the mayo I used tarter sauce which gave it a tangy taste. This is a keeper......
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