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|Calories320Calories from Fat200|
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|Calories from Fat200|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Sandoz 4 months ago
Real good, will make it again.
A Person 4 months ago
Wow, cream cheese, and the burned lemon, yum, yum. 1. To make the lemon very thin so that it can be eaten, 2. To add very little butter.
YumChef 5 months ago
It tastes fine without cream cheese. I think I’ll start making it like this from now on!
Nicole McCammon 5 months ago
turned out perfect and moist, the way salmon should be!
Sd Caldwell 6 months ago
My cream cheese went bad but it still tasted good. I used the cooking instructions on the salmon but would probably cook on the higher temp as in these directions.
Cristin Garrigan Riccardo 7 months ago
The cream cheese added an extra enjoyable flavor. My kids still don’t like salmon, just means more for hubby & me
Cami Persall 7 months ago
Awesome the best we ever had !!
Jazz McKenzie 7 months ago
Versatile recipe, changed it a few times, but as well it’s great with original ingredients! Always turns out perfect!
Julie L. 7 months ago
delicious! i didn't use the cream cheese, will next time. 15 minutes was perfect, the salmon was moist and flavorful. definitely one of my newest go-to recipes.
HandyChef 8 months ago
Great the lemon and cream cheese complemented the fish
Kayleigh 9 months ago
Easy and delicious Paired with asparagus and potatoes
Harpreet Hupps Singh 9 months ago
Turned out well would recommend a skillet to make the skin a little crispy
Joseph Allen 9 months ago
Recipe was straight forward. Nice quick main course for Valentine’s dinner.
S. 9 months ago
Made it this afternoon. I marinated the salmon with minced garlic & lemon juice the night before, so all I had to do was preheat oven, place fish on baking sheet, add garlic butter, cream cheese & lemon slices. Made the sides while the fish was in the oven. I actually liked the idea of cream cheese, added an interesting flavour. Overall I liked this recipe & the kids liked it too. But I was not crazy about it. I would like to try something else next time.
Sydney Chandler 9 months ago
super easy and yummy. will definitely make this again
Alvarez 9 months ago
It was delicious. I didn't use the cream cheese and I used peppercorn mix for the pepper, it was delicious and no cream cheese needed.
Georgia 9 months ago
This was very good. I cooked it for 15 minutes at 400. The only thing I did differently was, instead of using cream cheese, I used Boursin - garlic and herbs.
Lauren 9 months ago
Pretty tasty! Added dill
Roger S. 10 months ago
I left the sour cream off and I used frozen fillets but it still turned out well.
Su Williams 10 months ago
The flavor was a bit bland but perhaps I was light on the seasoning. However it was super fast and I'll try this recipe again in the future.
Christina Adams 10 months ago
Yummy but will leave out the cream cheese next time. Great recipe but properly cooked salmon doesn't need cream cheese.
Annie 10 months ago
Excellent, will make again
Erin 10 months ago
This was a great dish. Fresh salmon from the market makes it better. Howevet, either fresh or frozen the cream cheese adds a wonderfully surprising flavor. We paired the salmon with a rice pilaf and light salad of tomatoes and cucumbers dressed in olive oil and balsalmic vinegar. This will definitely be a "go to" dish from now on.
Beth a year ago
Wonderful Hubby loved it!