Today, I thought I would share a sweet and savory salmon recipe. YUM!
Fresh dill and lemon add color but more importantly a lovely flavor. For some garlic flavor, sliced garlic scapes added a finishing touch. Garlic scapes have not officially been tested for FODMAP content but they are well tolerated by my clients and since other greens in this family are low FODMAP such as leek greens and spring onion greens…you might want to give try them. If not, feel free to use the green part of scallions (spring onion), instead!
First combine maple syrup, mustard, paprika, pepper, salt and pepper to create a tasty glaze to drizzle over the salmon.
This salmon dish bakes quickly in the oven for a nourishing and tasty evening meal. We enjoyed the salmon with a kale salad dressed with lemon, garlic-infused olive oil, Parmesan cheese, sea salt and freshly ground pepper.
Salmon with Maple, Mustard and Dill
Happy L-O-N-G weekend to my fellow US followers!
9 replies on “Salmon with Maple, Mustard and Dill“
I was just trying to figure out what to make for dinner, and this sounds heavenly. Do you find that maple syrup is well tolerated by your FODMAP clients? For some reason I have thought it was a no-no and am excited about the potential to give it a go.
Pure maple syrup is low FODMAP and is very well tolerated by my patients. Enjoy!
I made the recipe this past weekend and just enjoyed leftovers for lunch. This was SO good, such a delicate mix of flavors. The parchment paper you mention is very important to protect your baking sheet from the hardened glaze. This is on my repeat list!
So happy to hear that you enjoyed the salmon recipe! I love using parchment paper!
Hi Kate, I had not heard of garlic scapes before (I am in Australia). It looks on the internet like the flower heads of immature garlic?
The scapes are the flower heads. They are delicious. I get them at our farmer’s market. I also make pesto with them. Yummy.
Yes, Trish, it is the green stalk that grows out of the garlic. The garlic scapes have a nice mild garlic flavor. I don’t believe they have been tested at this time–but seem to work well for my patients.
This recipe arrived at the perfect time – we had salmon last night. Didn’t have the garlic scapes but quite tasty without. Thank goodness for maple syrup.
Have you heard of the Breads from Anna products – gluten free, dairy free, corn free, soy free, nut free….. but then I went online and saw they use pinto bean, chickpea, and navy bean flour. I suppose those will not work, correct. It looked too good to be true 🙁
Hi Laury, Yes, I would not use the bean flours for those on a low FODMAP diet. I agree, thank goodness for maple syrup!!
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