Salmon is rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, making it one of the healthiest foods you can enjoy. The good news is there are lots of terrific ways to serve salmon, many of which appeal to kids. This collection includes my best most-requested salmon recipes.
Don't Miss: Fish Recipes for Kids
This salmon has a sweet-tangy flavor and a crunchy topping, thanks to a quick dip in a honey-mustard coating and a topping of finely-chopped pecans. This recipe is a real crowd-pleaser and works as well for company as it does for a busy weeknight, because it is both elegant and easy to prepare. Serve with couscous and roasted green beans.
These salmon cakes have a nice bit of zing, thanks to the Old Bay seasoning (use less if your family prefers milder food). If you can't find Old Bay in your local supermarket, use a good creole seasoning. The salmon patties are rolled in crushed potato chips for a kid-pleasing crust that gives them excellent texture.
This recipe is a great way to turn leftover baked or grilled salmon into an entirely new and different meal. Don't have any leftover salmon on hand? No problem. You can make this recipe with canned salmon, too.
This dish is pure comfort food. Fettuccine is bathed in a rich cream sauce that is dotted with salmon. This recipe is a great way to introduce kids to salmon. Think about it: What's not to like?
This is a kid-friendly salmon recipe that is super easy to prepare. Instead of puff pastry, this salmon wellington is wrapped in crescent dough, which is not only easy to work with, but cheaper, too. And it naturally appeals to kids.
You can use any type of grill for this recipe - an outdoor grill, indoor grill, indoor contact grill, etc. The lemon caper sauce sounds like it would be too fancy for kids, but it's really just a mixture of butter, lemon and capers. Because the capers are salty, kids tend to like them.
Salmon fillets are dipped in buttermilk then rolled in a mixture of finely-chopped pistachio nuts and panko (Japanese bread crumbs). The result is a crunchy fish dish that provides a texture similar to a fried fish. Serve with rice and steamed broccoli.