- 1 1/2 teaspoons worcestershire sauce (Lea & Perrins® The Original)
- 1/2 teaspoon paprika
- 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
- 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme leaves
- 2 teaspoons olive oil
- 4 salmon fillets (about 8 oz each)
|Calories260Calories from Fat150|
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|Calories from Fat150|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Judy 10 days ago
Good!! I'll make it again
Curt Haynes 17 Feb
Perfect! I will make the salmon again. Love the color and texture of the salmon. I changed from stove top cooking to under the broiler, (500 degrees for 10 minutes).
Ciera Webb 1 Feb
It was an easy quick dish. Gave the blackened a different taste
Albert Kuykendall 3 Jan
love this one, no modifications great recipe
Melanie B. 4 Dec 2018
The salmon turned out very good. I used thyme powder because that's what I had in my cabinet. I also cooked it on a Hamilton Beach grill for 11 minutes. It turned out great. I'll definitely make it again.
Hill 2 Oct 2018
Turned out quite tasty. Didn’t need the cooking spray in the pan with the oil on the salmon though.
Jenn 25 Sep 2018
Meh. It was good, nice to have another way to make salmon. The kids ate it and didn’t complain. Cooked it at 400 degrees as no temp was posted and added salt.
Karen 11 Sep 2018
it was very tasty entire family enjoyed it.
Tracy Mundhenk 31 Jul 2018
Yummers, turned out very well. Easy to make
Olivia 21 Jun 2018
Great sauce, not sure if mine “blackened” enough.
Kendra S. 30 May 2018
Great! Quick and simple
Vickie Sanchez 24 Feb 2018
A little dry but this is the first time I cooked fish and I wasn’t sure if it was cooked all the way, so I left it on the grill longer than the recipe instructed. Otherwise, the seasonings added a good flavor to the salmon. I served seasoned rice and green beans with it. Next time I will follow the cooking time.
Kristin Mickle 30 Oct 2017
It was okay- it needed salt and something to add some spice
Annabel O. 25 Jul 2017
Tasted better than I imagined
Michael L. 17 Jul 2017
This was great recipe. I doubled up the mix because it seemed like it wouldn't be enough. I did add a small bit to it though. 2 tsp of chipotle powder and about a tbsp of brown sugar. If you want more heat you might want add red pepper flakes. Ours could have stood a bit more heat, but that is just personal preference. With a roasted broccoli/garlic side dish that had fresh lemon juice with zest and rice pilaf, everyone loved it! Thank you for your recipe, it was awesome