This salmon dish is unbelievably tasty and takes only 15 minutes of prep time.
4 servings, 1/4 recipe (371 g) each
carrots (1 lb./450 g), thinly sliced
Kraft Roasted Red Pepper with Parmesan Dressing, divided
salmon fillets (1 lb./450 g)
(19 fl oz/540 mL) diced tomatoes, drained
instant white rice, uncooked
HEAT oven to 375°F.
TOSS carrots with 2 Tbsp. dressing in 13x9-inch baking dish; spread evenly onto bottom of dish. Bake 15 min. Stir carrots; top with fish.
COMBINE tomatoes and remaining dressing; spoon over fish. Bake 15 min. or until fish flakes easily with fork. Meanwhile, prepare rice as directed on package.
SERVE fish and carrots over rice; top with tomato mixture.
Very good, quick and heathly will be making again for a quick weeknight meal.
posted by preciousrock
| on 2/3/2012
I made this last night - it was SO delicious and so easy to make! I served it with steamed brown rice and fresh green beans from my garden!
posted by glendamargaret57
| on 10/20/2010
This was easy to make and tasted very good. I used diced fresh tomatoes instead of canned tomatoes and added thinly sliced potatoes in with the carrots and omitted the rice. I also adjusted the amounts for dinner for one. This is a definate keeper.
posted by nic1
| on 4/25/2010
It really is an easy way to add to a simple, tasty salmon supper.
posted by LyndseyB
| on 4/26/2009
I needed a healthy and yet quick recipe for dinner. This was great and it was my first time cooking salmon, that was not on the barbecue.
posted by swoodhead
| on 7/3/2008
Very good. Extremely easy. Used a little more dressing than called for and a little less tomatoes. Something different to do with salmon.
posted by lesleychapman
| on 12/3/2007
This recipe lives up to it's name it's super easy, healthy and delicious!
posted by lailapops
| on 11/14/2007
the most yummyest ting i have ever tryed!!!!
it tasted like heaven i already made it 9 time in two months.
posted by nooddle
| on 11/12/2006
serving size = 1/4 recipe (371 g)