Honey Mustard Baked Salmon is an awesome and healthy dish that is really easy to make. They say you should eat fish at least twice a week. Salmon is certainly one of those nights in our house. I also love that it’s so quick and simple to make. Whatever flavor you wish, you’ll cook a salmon entree in twenty minutes, no problem. Yes, I’m in for it!
Here I’ve gone with an easy honey-mustard coating. I use a mixture of Dijon and coarse-grain mustard cause I like the taste and texture that it adds. If you don’t keep coarse-grain mustard in your kitchen, you’ll go with all Dijon mustard.
I additionally highly suggest shopping for wild-caught salmon. It’s got a lot of flavors and more nutrients; a win-win if you ask me!
Also, check my complete guide on cooking temperature for salmon.
- 26 oz. Salmon fillets (I highly suggest wild salmon)
- A teaspoon of coarse mustard
- A teaspoon of Dijon mustard
- 2 teaspoons of honey
- salt and pepper
- Small pat of butter
How to make Honey Mustard Baked Salmon?
- Preheat oven to 400F degrees.
- Line a baking dish with tin foil. Spray with olive oil cooking spray.
- Mix coarse mustard, Dijon mustard, and honey in a smaller bowl. Set aside.
- Rinse and dry salmon. Place salmon in the previously prepared baking dish—season with salt and pepper.
- Brush mustard mixture onto salmon – really put it on. Top every salmon filet with a tiny pat of butter. Or, if you’re feeling indulgent, top it with a pair of pats of butter.
- Roast at 400 F for 13-18 minutes or until virtually baked through. Cooking time can vary regarding the thickness of your fillets. Let salmon rest for five minutes before serving. (It can continue cooking; thus, take it out some minutes before your required degree of doneness.)
|Amount Per Serving
|Calories 389kcal Calories from fat 219
|% Daily Value
|Total Fat 24g
|Saturated Fat 6g
|Dietary Fiber 0g