Basil & lemon baked salmon in foil is a healthy and easy way to make a low-carb, Paleo and gluten-free dinner for the whole family.. This seafood recipe is a quick meal full of omega-3s and healthy fats.
What people says about this recipe?
Meghan Lessard; Seriously so good!!! For my sides I have lemon infused chicken basmati rice with fresh parsley and asparagus !!! 😍
McKenzie Mccarty; I loved this! So did the whole family. It was super easy to make, and can pair it with anything youd like.
Stacy Simpson; Turned out amazing! Used wild sockeye salmon and followed the recipe exactly. I did add asparagus around the salmon in the broiling step.
Tommie Adams; This was very good! Served it with a spinach mushroom risotto. Will add this to my gluten free favorites!
Cindy Turco Healy; Used 1 tsp of spice islands basil otherwise followed the recipe exactly and turned out v good. Baked for 15 minutes at 350, then broiled for 5-7 mins. Versatile flavor that can then be combined with any pasta sauce.
Joanne Lopez; This was very good and simple to make. I did use extra lemon and found the salmon to be a little dry. Next time I’ll cut the baking time to 12 minutes/broil for 3 minutes.
Logan William; It’s very delicious, it’s really fun to see your recipes, it’s very simple to make and it tastes great.
Rachel Amity; So good! I wanted fewer servings so guessed a little on how much salmon, but it worked! Also ended up broiling longer.
Jodi Varner; Broiled it a little longer but.. yummy! First time eating salmon and will definitely be making it again!
Hannah Hathcock; So good! But I would bake the asparagus separate. The salmon cooked faster than the asparagus.
Haley Warner; Added a bit more lemon juice and a lot more butter. But overall, came out perfectly!