You know how you know if a fish meal is good? Having your husband- who is from the Pacific Northwest- thank you multiple times for making it. Josh is so picky, in fact, that he will only let us eat salmon if it is labeled as coming from Washington or Alaska. Me on the other hand, I don’t eat fish, or anything that lives in the water. Josh has managed to coax me into trying salmon a couple times but that’s about it. I actually only tried making this salmon dish out of guilt, knowing that I’ve been depriving my fish-loving husband the entire time we’ve been married. I also knew that I had big shoes to fill. Josh’s mom has this amazing salmon recipe that, with her permission, I’ll be posting on here in the near future. So, out of guilt, I decided to give making salmon for dinner a try. My conclusion?
This recipe… was delicious.
Super low-key, no fuss, put it all together and pop it in the oven easy. I made my own teriyaki sauce for this salmon dish but if you want to make the prep for this dish even faster, feel free to purchase some. I like making my own because I usually have everything I need already in the house and I know exactly what’s in it.
I absolutely love how colorful this salmon dish is! The sweet peppers and pineapple bring so much extra flavor compared to just salmon and rice. This works as a great week-day dinner to have ready and on the table in under an hour.[amd-yrecipe-recipe:11]
This recipe brings together those who LOVE fish and those who won’t touch anything that lives in the water. Josh and I both enjoyed this one and I can’t wait to my mom-in-law’s salmon recipe next!