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Prep Time:
15 mins
Cook Time:
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Broiled Salmon with Asparagus

Delicious seasoned and broiled salmon, together with stalks of asparagus.



  1. Prepare asparagus by washing and trimming 1" off ends.
  2. Pre-heat oven to 350-375 °F (175-190 °C).
  3. Place salmon portions on broil pan and season with Montreal steak seasoning, extra virgin olive oil, paprika, parsley, wine and lemon juice.
  4. Also place asparagus stalks on pan, drizzle extra virgin olive oil on them and season with Montreal steak seasoning.
  5. Place in oven for about 7-10 minutes, or until salmon begins to flake.
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07 Mar 19 by member: Anna Everson
My son even loved it! Great tasting, easy and quick.
27 Jul 13 by member: Rizzo x
I made this last night for dinner. The salmon was excellent, but the asparagus was a bit too mushy. I think next time I will just steam the asparagus so it has a bit more crunch to it.
22 Jun 12 by member: 3Dugans
I like this very much. I mixed all the seasonings and marinated the salmon in it for about half an hour before cooking.
20 Sep 11 by member: JD1980
Love this! I think the thing I appreciated the most was it was quick and easy to prepare, but still tasted DELICIOUS! After a long day of running errands this was the perfect meal. My boyfriend and I both loved it! Though, I did omit the wine from the salmon and opted to drink it (and a little extra!) instead. I'm currently trying to limit my alcohol intake, it's hard for me to pass up an opportunity for a glass of wine! ;) Also, as others stated, at 350 degrees my salmon fillet took much longer than 7-10 minutes to cook (asparagus was done cooking well before the salmon, but it was mostly my fault for not thinking of that), but that may have partially been due to the large size of fish I bought (I wanted leftovers!). Thanks for sharing the recipe!
18 Jul 11 by member: pacificlin
Couldn't find boneless, so I made it with Salmon bone in steak, but it was INCREDIBLE! It had such a great flavor and the boyfriend loved it too (a major plus). This will another regular meal in our collection.
27 Jun 11 by member: bella611
Very good. I added some shaved parmesan cheese to the asparagus, toasts and adds crispy texture and flavor. Used some large asparagus, appropriate so it can survive the broiling along side the salmon. The Salmon was skin on filet, so so there was a larger surface for the seasoning to be applied. Used 375 deg convection bake. Yummy.
12 Jun 11 by member: qpoloqp
20 Apr 11 by member: Lindac67241
20 Apr 11 by member: Ms.SunShyne
This was great! I love asparagus so it is nice to have another way to cook it. My oven took longer to cook than the 7-10 minutes but I had it set at 350, next time I will go straight to 375.
05 Feb 11 by member: AudraVT
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Nutrition summary:

There are 453 calories in 1 serving of Broiled Salmon with Asparagus.
Calorie break-down: 50% fat, 12% carbs, 38% protein.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 serving
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 224
Calories 453
% Daily Values*
Total Fat 24.93g 38%
  Saturated Fat 4.329g 22%
  Polyunsaturated Fat 3.876g  
  Monounsaturated Fat 3.73g  
Cholesterol 77mg 26%
Sodium 265mg 11%
Potassium 1329mg  
Total Carbohydrate 13.07g 4%
  Dietary Fiber 5.9g 24%
  Sugars 4.75g  
Protein 42.04g  
Vitamin A 65% Vitamin C 64%
Calcium 14% Iron 37%
of RDI*
(453 calories)
23% of RDI
Calorie Breakdown:
Carbohydrate (12%)
Fat (50%)
Protein (38%)
* Based on a RDI of 2000 calories