Doesn’t this photo just scream sunshine and springtime?! It’s hard to believe I actually took this on a gloomy 30-somethin’-degree day in Minneapolis. That was today…not a recipe testing day in March ;-).
The good news is that this combination, Sheet Pan Dill Radishes and Salmon, is delicious in any weather! You can have it on a cold spring evening or for a summertime supper.
I haven’t focused on radishes in a while, and I’m not sure why. They are so dang tasty! I love their subtle bite, and have no problem eating a whole bunch with some fresh hummus in one sitting. Roasting radishes takes away some of their bite, but not all of it!
Radishes make every dish pop with their vibrant reddish-pink hue. For that reason alone, I’ve found myself incorporating them into more of my foods. Because isn’t pretty food just a lot more fun to eat? (And it’s usually more nutritious too!)
You probably already know how much I love sheet pan meals, especially ones with salmon (re: my Maple Dijon Salmon and Brussels … hey, at least I’m consistent)! Since I know a lot of you appreciate quick and easy meals that are still healthy and delicious, I’ve been working on creating more of these one pan kind of meals!
So, here you are! Make these Sheet Pan Dill Radishes and Salmon for a quick weeknight meal or add it to your meal prep routine. I served mine with some skyr yogurt (hiding under those radishes!). You can even add a whole grain or starchy vegetable to make this a more complete meal. Peas would be a great addition!
Sheet Pan Dill Radishes and Salmon
An easy sheet pan meal for a weeknight dinner. Fresh dill pairs perfectly with radishes and salmon!
- 2 bunches radishes about 10-15 small
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 2 3-5 oz wild caught salmon fillets fresh or frozen and thawed
- 2 tbsp fresh dill chopped
- Sea salt
- Black pepper
- Lemon zest to taste
- Icelandic style yogurt (skyr) optional, for serving
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Wash and rinse the radishes then pat dry. Trim the ends. Slice each radish in half, or leave whole, depending on the size. In a small bowl, toss the radishes with olive oil, dill, salt and pepper.
Transfer the radishes to the baking sheet. Make room for the salmon fillets in the middle of the baking sheet. Brush the fillets lightly with olive oil, and season with dill, salt and pepper to your liking. Bake for 20 minutes until the salmon flakes with a fork and the radishes are tender.
Enjoy! Serve with yogurt and lemon zest.
Consider adding a whole grain or starchy vegetable (like peas) for a more complete meal.
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Have a wonderful Thursday evening!