Creamy Dill Salmon Steaks

Creamy Dill Salmon Steaks

"The moist salmon steaks and simple sauce are cooked in the same skillet for each prep and cleanup. 'Friends have found this dinner to be elegant and delicious,' says Valerie Hutson of Byron, Minnesota."
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25 m servings
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  1. In a large skillet, saute the onions in butter. Add the soup, cream, wine or broth and dill. Place salmon steaks on top. Cover and simmer for 15 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork.

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I never prepared salmon before but have had it dry , tasteless, overdone. This recipe is fantastic and foolproof. Impossible to get wrong. I would agree with the person who doubled up on the dil...

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way too much dill!!!

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I never prepared salmon before but have had it dry , tasteless, overdone. This recipe is fantastic and foolproof. Impossible to get wrong. I would agree with the person who doubled up on the dil...

This was really great, restaurant quality even. I loved the simplicity of the dish, and the fact that the sauce didn't overwhelm the fish. I did add fresh lemon to the finished product, bringing...

AWESOME!!! I love this recipe and so does my husband (who is not a fish eater, but he's asked me to cook this several times for him). This recipe is now in my cook book and I make it at least ...

the sauce was great but i changed the cooking of it (a 2lb slab of salmon in a greased glass casserole dish smothered with the sauce baked at 350 for 35 min) It was awesome the best fish ive eve...

Great dish! Very easy to prepare!

I loved this. Smelled great cooking too. Nice dill flavor (although I doubled it) w/o overpowering the fish at all. Will make again.

Yummy. I couldn't find any salmon steaks, so I chanced using fillets instead. Still great results! The sauce is nice and went well with some jasmine rice.

My husband definitely gave this recipe a 5 star. (I don't like salmon) Used regular onions as I didn't have green onions. No fresh dill so I used 1 tablespoon of the dry dill. Had plenty of s...

I cut back on the dill....I'm a "taste while I cook" person, anyway. I also threw in some scallops and perch because I was low on salmon. Milk works just as well, also. We really liked this reci...

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