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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:
8/23/2005
This had a wonderful smell and tasted even better. I added some garlic salt and decreased the spice -so the kids could eat it. We'll be making it again.
posted:
8/16/2005
This was so easy to make and very tasty. I sustituted tilapia for salmon, and it worked very well.
posted:
8/7/2005
This was wonderful. Great flavor. I did add a sprinkle of red pepper flakes to give it a little kick. It has become a regular meal at my house.
posted:
8/2/2005
The flavor was unbelievable. Needless to say it was a hit at my dinner table.
posted:
7/26/2005
This was just what i was looking for in a new salmon dish.. easy and tastY.. not to bad on the calories either..
posted:
7/24/2005
Pretty good but I thought the amount of mayo was a little much, and the topping was a little soggy. Next time I will use a little less mayo so the topping is a little more crusty. I added fresh garlic, dill, and parsley instead of the cayenne and it tasted almost like what we have at a restaurant nearby.
posted:
7/19/2005
this is quick, easy and most importantly delicious! I will be making it again.
posted:
7/14/2005
I make salmon regularly at our house and this is the best recipe Ive found so far. I used 1 tsp. each of black pepper, garlic powder, and dill with the cheese/mayo mixture. I also baked the salmon an additional 5-7 min. b/c we like ours a little more well done. I would surely make this again!!
posted:
7/9/2005
Instead of ceyanne pepper I used chili pepper and added fresh cilantro to the mix. Also used the light mayo and left out the cheese for an even lower fat meal. Delicious!
posted:
7/7/2005
Easier than making mac and cheese! Very tasty. I added some chives (or green onions) as a topping for some color. Of course you will need extra lemons for squeezing on the fish once done. Even my kids (2 and 4) ate it up.
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