Horseradish was one of the few things that I couldn’t find after we moved to this side of the pond.
Eventually I found it in the ‘British aisle’ in the larger supermarkets.
Either I am developing an ability to handle heat (I doubt it) or the horseradish I get here is very mild – thus the ‘2 tablespoons’ for the salmon. Adjust according to your own tastes.
I like the pairing with the mild heat of the horseradish and mustard mixture and the sweet salmon.
We use fillets but salmon steaks will work as well; add another 5 – 10 minutes for steaks.
Baked Salmon with Horseradish
Total Time: 30 minutes
- 2 salmon fillets, 12oz (360gr) total weight
- 2 tbs Greek or plain yogurt
- 2 tbs horseradish or more if you like heat
- 1 tbs whole grain mustard
- 2 tsp olive oil
- Mix all of the above (except salmon).
- Put salmon on a lightly oiled baking sheet. Divide mixture evenly and spread over salmon.
- Bake at 400 F for 15 – 17 minutes, until top is light brown and fish flakes easily.
A last bit from Morocco (while I get back to the last bit of computer upgrade work)…..
One of the most fun things to buy in the souks were little bowls and plates.
You can’t really tell from the photo (I now realize) but these are all small. The biggest one (blue in the back) is only 4 inches in diameter (10cm).
They were colorful and inexpensive and very hard to resist.
One can always find a use for a pretty little bowl…..
6 thoughts on “Baked Salmon with Horseradish, Moroccan dishes”
I love little bowels … for little bites. And I love salmon and horseradish.
Fantastic! The mild heat on the salmon, I mean. And such a simple dish to prep, for good taste in return. The bowls are fantastic! The designs, esp. the blue (cobalt?) color.
Katie – love your salmon dish…always nice to find new flavors for salmon…& I love your Moroccan bowls – they are gorgeous! I would be tempted to bring home a whole new dish set – such great colors!
I adore horseradish but it would be unlikely to find it here. I will wait to come over and visit your “British ‘ aisle!!
And fun to recall your Morroccan adventure each time you use them.
Tanna, I do too – obviously ;-))
Dan, simple with complex flavors – my new quest. All the designs were gorgeous – I could have bought dozens….
Ina, we eat a lot of salmon – so yes, it’s nice to come up with something new. You could have lots and lots of bowls… and plates.
kate, you need a ‘British’ store…..
Zoomie, exactly…. then have to go back for more
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