I usually cook for two people, my wife and me. So first thing is to reduce the recipe. I buy about 2/3 pound King or Coho. Stay away from the farmed Atlantic Frankenfish, if you don't use good fish, no recipe will fix it. I use 1 tbl each butter, honey and dijon mustard. IMO, parsley is pretty much a tasteless garnish. I substituted about 1/2 tsp dried dill which is super with fish and salmon in particular. Also added a generous amount of fresh ground pepper. I had no pecans (I'm sure dilish) so I used slivered almonds, a bit more crisp than pecans, but also very tasty. I used garlic herbed bread crumbs. Finally, I baked for about 18 minutes at 400 degrees. Still moist and firm but just beginning to flake. I've made this 3 times now and I'll make it again. Tastes great and easy to make.
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I usually cook for two people, my wife and me. So first thing is to reduce the recipe. I buy...