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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.
10 min
25 min
4 servings
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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 :-)
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.
Really, really good!! I nice change from plain, baked salmon.
Great recipe! Everyone loved it. Made with tartar sauce instead of mayo and extra red pepper.
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.
This was delicious! My husband loved it and didn't even add extra condiments to it (he usually slathers sauces on everything).
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!
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!
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.
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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