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Maple Dijon Glazed Salmon

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Maple Dijon Glazed Salmon

Want a tasty but easy dinner? Try our Maple Dijon Glazed Salmon. It’s a one-pan meal with salmon, asparagus, and potatoes. The maple dijon glaze makes the salmon sweet and tangy. Plus, clean-up is a breeze.

This meal isn’t just delicious; it’s also good for you. It’s perfect for a healthy or quick dinner. Get ready for a meal that’s both tasty and nutritious!

Exact Ingredients (+ Possible Substitutes)

The heart of the Maple Dijon Glazed Salmon is high-quality ingredients. They come together perfectly. You need:

  1. Salmon Filets: Go for fresh or sustainably sourced salmon. This gives the best flavor and texture.
  2. Maple Syrup Sweetener: Pure maple syrup is key for the perfect glaze. But, you can use honey or agave syrup too.
  3. Dijon Mustard Flavor: A high-quality Dijon mustard is needed for a tangy taste. You can try spicy brown mustard as well.
  4. Fresh Herb Seasonings: Fresh dill, parsley, and chives make the dish better. Use dried herbs if you must, but use a bit less.
  5. Roasted Asparagus: It’s a great side, healthy and delicious. Try green beans or broccoli too.
  6. Gold Baby Potatoes: Perfect for roasting and goes well with salmon. You can use red or sweet potatoes instead.

Before you start, make sure you have all these from your grocery shopping list for salmon. This will ensure your cooking turns out great.


In this Cooking Guide, you’ll use Easy Cooking Steps to make Maple Dijon Glazed Salmon. It’s tasty and good for you. Start by preheating your oven to 400°F. This makes your Sheet Pan Cooking smooth and easy.

  1. First, mix baby potatoes with olive oil, minced garlic, and fresh thyme. Put them on a sheet pan evenly.
  2. Roast the potatoes for about 15 minutes. This makes the flavors mix well, perfect for your meal.
  3. While the potatoes cook, get the asparagus ready. Mix it with olive oil, garlic, and lemon zest for a fresh flavor.

Now, let’s work on the salmon. Start with the Salmon Glaze Recipe.

  • Combine Dijon mustard, maple syrup, garlic, lemon juice, and herbs for a tasty glaze.
  • When the potatoes are partly done, take out the pan. Make space for the asparagus and salmon.
  • Brush the glaze onto the salmon to cover it well.

Put the pan back in the oven and keep cooking. Let the salmon and asparagus bake for 15 more minutes. You want soft veggies and a juicy salmon with a maple dijon glaze. Enjoy learning to cook with this Sheet Pan Cooking guide!

Maple Dijon Glazed Salmon: Tips, Tricks & Storing

Keeping your Maple Dijon Glazed Salmon tasty takes careful steps. After eating, put leftovers in a sealed box. Then, keep it in the fridge for 2 to 3 days. This way, your meal stays fresh. Plus, it’s easy to grab for a quick lunch or dinner. Good storage containers help the salmon stay delicious.

For warming salmon up again, be gentle. Use an oven on low or a microwave on low power. This stops the fish from getting dry. A little water or more glaze keeps it moist. Or, turn the salmon into a yummy salad or sandwich. These new dishes make your meal more fun.

Try changing the salmon recipe for even better flavors. Add new herbs or change how sweet or sour the glaze is. This way, you can make the salmon just right for you. Experimenting makes the recipe great for all tastes. Follow these ideas to cook well and enjoy your salmon leftovers.

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Jenny has always been passionate about cooking, and she uses her platform to share her joy of food with others. Her recipes are easy to follow, and she loves giving tips and tricks to help others create their own unique culinary creations.