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Seared Salmon with Strawberry Basil Relish

Salmon and basil take a sweet new approach when topped off with a relish of strawberries, honey and pepper. —Stacy Mullens, Gresham, Oregon
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Open-Faced Grilled Salmon Sandwiches

Open-Faced Grilled Salmon Sandwiches

Open-Faced Grilled Salmon Sandwiches

In my family, we love to fish. What better reward from a day of fishing than eating what you just caught? We make salmon several different ways, this one is the family favorite. —Stephanie Hanisak, Port Murray, New Jersey

Strawberry-Teriyaki Glazed Salmon

Strawberry-Teriyaki Glazed Salmon

Strawberry-Teriyaki Glazed Salmon

I'm always up for a good salmon dinner, but this is the best recipe I've ever made. Strawberry jam might seem like a surprise in an Asian-inspired dish, but it makes a sweet-savory glaze that impresses everyone—even my boyfriend, who doesn't like fish. —Krystina Cahalan, Winter Park, Florida

Hoisin & Honey Glazed Salmon

Hoisin & Honey Glazed Salmon

Hoisin & Honey Glazed Salmon

Now that I have this recipe, my husband and I always look forward to the fresh wild salmon season. You can find hoisin sauce in the international foods aisle at the grocery store. —Cheryl Rein, Orlando, Florida
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Grapefruit-Gremolata Salmon

Grapefruit-Gremolata Salmon

Grapefruit-Gremolata Salmon

If you're looking for a simple fish dish, make this Italian-inspired recipe that combines salmon, broiled grapefruit and a fragrant gremolata. Halibut may be substituted for the salmon.—Gilda Lester, Millsboro, Delaware

Seared Salmon with Strawberry Basil Relish

Seared Salmon with Strawberry Basil Relish

Seared Salmon with Strawberry Basil Relish

Salmon and basil take a sweet new approach when topped off with a relish of strawberries, honey and pepper. —Stacy Mullens, Gresham, Oregon

Crispy Fish & Chips

Crispy Fish & Chips

Crispy Fish & Chips

A British pub classic turns crown jewel when you add horseradish, panko and Worcestershire. You can also try it with white fish like cod or haddock. Linda Schend, Kenosha, Wisconsin

Garlic-Herb Salmon Sliders

Garlic-Herb Salmon Sliders

Garlic-Herb Salmon Sliders

I serve these as full-size burgers on kaiser rolls, too. The fresh flavors of the salmon and herbs are just unbeatable. —Margee Berry, White Salmon, Washington

Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs

Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs

Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs

Flaky salmon and creamy sauce go so well over hard-boiled eggs. Drizzle the sauce or serve it on the side; it's great either way. —Marinela Dragan, Portland, Oregon

Simple Poached Salmon

Simple Poached Salmon

Simple Poached Salmon

I love this recipe because it's healthy and almost effortless. And the salmon always cooks to perfection! —Erin Chilcoat, Central Islip, New York

Ginger Salmon with Brown Rice

Ginger Salmon with Brown Rice

Ginger Salmon with Brown Rice

It's hard to believe this recipe has only five ingredients, but it's true! The dressing does double duty as a glaze for the salmon and a flavor-booster for the rice. Serve it with steamed veggies and dinner's done. —Naylet LaRochelle, Miami, Florida

Grilled Lemon-Garlic Salmon

Grilled Lemon-Garlic Salmon

Grilled Lemon-Garlic Salmon

A lot of people fish for salmon here on the shore of Lake Michigan, so I've developed quite a few recipes for it, including this one. I love it, and so do my friends and family. When it's out of season, I look for wild-caught fresh Alaskan salmon at the grocery store. —Diane Nemitz, Ludington, Michigan
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