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Simple Salmon with Mustard Crust
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We're pretty big on omega-3's, especially when they're delivered in a package as tasty as the wild Alaskan salmon from Outpost. To make this recipe you'll need just four ingredients: enough salmon for you and your dining pals (about a half pound per person), some sort of mustard (although yellow would be a bummer), olive oil and bread crumbs. If we can remember that, you certainly can too.
serves 1-6


Salmon (half pound per person)
Olive oil

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Simple Salmon with Mustard Crust
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  1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
  2. Line a baking dish with foil, grease the foil with a little oil. Put the salmon in the dish, skin side down.
  3. Mix together two parts mustard (we especially like locally made, Silver Spring Dill Mustard!) to one part olive oil in a small bowl. If you have fresh parsley or other herbs hanging around, chop some and add to the mixture!
  4. Season the salmon with a little salt and pepper then spread the mustard mixture all over the top (skinless side), pat on some breadcrumbs (optional, really) and pop it in the oven for 10 to 20 minutes (one pound will be about 20 minutes total but thin cuts require less time). The center should spring back to the touch when it’s done.
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