I was on my own for dinner last night and decided to grab some salmon from the freezer. The husband likes his fish to still taste like fish, and I like to add a little more zip to it…and what I came up with was *amazing.*

  • Rinse and dry your salmon filet and remove the bones (I use needle nose pliers)
  • Place the dry filet skin side down on foil (dry skin means it will stick to the foil when it’s time to serve, meaning you don’t have to mess around with the skin)
  • Add some salt, garlic salt, and a liberal dash of pepper, squeeze a little bit of lemon over the filet and then finish with about 1 1/2 teaspoons of honey
  • Bake uncovered in a preheated 375* oven for 15 minutes (it will be perfectly cooked – you want salmon to be just ‘underdone’)

It honestly was so good I ate the whole thing (to be fair it was only half a filet) but that is pretty unheard of for me. The mix of the pepper and the honey made for a combination I just couldn’t get enough of (kinda like salty and sweet – chocolate covered pretzels? Forget about it.)


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