Mediterranean Salmon Recipe

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How to make Mediterranean Salmon

Those that know me will know I am very comfortable with all types of food. I can’t site here and pretend that this Mediterranean Salmon is something I cook for myself all of the time. I’d say I have it once a week, but I am just as comfortable eating a Pot Noodle as I am eating something healthy like this. So don’t let any of my tweets about dirty burgers or eating a whole pack of bon-bons make you believe I can’t throw out a recipe that is healthy now and again.

Equipment

The main piece of equipment you will need is some very thick and sturdy kitchen foil.

Ingredients 

(serves 4)

1 x salmon fillet per person

2 x garlic cloves

2 x tomatoes (or cherry tomatoes to taste)

2 x peppers (optional)

1 x onion

1 x lemon

4 x tablespoons apple cider vinegar

Pinch of dill

Salt & pepper to taste

Method

  1. Slice four or five slits that are not too deep diagonally along the salmon fillets and put them on top of the foil.
  2. Squeeze the lemon evenly along all of the fillets you are cooking, then do the same with the apple cider vinegar.
  3. Add the salt and pepper to taste, and put the dill along the slits.
  4. Chop the garlic and rub it on the top of the salmon fillets. Garlic granules can also work here.
  5. Slice the tomatoes, onion and peppers.
  6. Put the sliced tomatoes, onion and peppers on top of the salmon, ensuring you start with the onion as there is more of this.
  7. Wrap up the foil so each individual salmon fillet is a little package.
  8. Cook at 180 degrees for 45 minutes.