These salmon steak recipes deliver massive meaty flavors that mirror beef steak without all that red meat.
Salmon fillets and salmon steaks are similar, but they aren’t the same.
Salmon steaks are flakier and meaty, similar to steak, while fillets are similar to chicken breast.
From maple glazed salmon to salmon with a mustard cream sauce, these salmon steak recipes are just delicious.
Packed with protein, omega-3s, and healthy fats, salmon, is the ultimate healthy dinner dish that’s so versatile!
Check out these incredible salmon steak recipes below!
Rolled salmon steak medallions take a little more time to prepare, but they’re worth the extra effort.
Once broiled in the oven, they’re meaty, tender, super flakey, and go wonderfully with a homemade teriyaki sauce.
What’s great about this teriyaki sauce recipe is that it adds a salty tang to your salmon. Most ingredients are pantry staples.
These tasty salmon medallions look so classy and elevated, but they come together in 30 minutes!
Whoever said that fish couldn’t be impossibly filling?
When de-boned, salmon steaks have a little pocket in the center that’s perfect for all those buttery pan drippings.
With tons of fragrant spices from dried sage and black pepper, the herbal flavors shine.
There’s also a hearty helping of butter and a splash of lemon juice.
Once your salmon steaks are plated and ready to go, fill that hole where the bones were with buttery pan drippings.
What other protein comes equipped with a built-in butter bowl?
Running short on time (and ingredients)?
Maple soy grilled salmon is so bursting with flavors, and most of the ingredients in this dish are pantry staples.
The sticky, sweet maple glaze pairs perfectly with salty soy sauce, and a dash of red pepper flakes brings on the heat.
Bonus points: it’s grilled, which means it doesn’t require a ton of oil or butter to keep dinner high in protein and low in fat!
It’s colorful, rich in nutrition, and looks so pretty on a plate!
While the salmon cooks to flaky perfection in the broiler, the mango salsa is the real star of this show.
The mango salsa pairs delicately sweet mangoes with the rich flavors of tomato, garlic, red onion, and cilantro.
It tastes so fresh and works well with the richness of the salmon steak.
For an added pop of acidity, drizzle fresh lemon or lime juice over it to bring out all those rich flavors.
Salmon and dill are two of my favorite flavors.
Salmon is delicately sweet, and dill adds a beautiful freshness to the steaks.
Pair dill and lemon combine their powers, and you have a dinner entree that’s hard to resist.
For ultimate flavors, marinate your salmon in the buttery lemon and dill sauce for at least an hour.
It ensures that the bright flavors of the lemon and dill penetrate every square inch of your tender and deliciously flaky salmon steak.
If you aren’t familiar with cooking seafood, it doesn’t get much easier than this lemon pepper baked salmon recipe.
It comes together in a snap and is perfect for those unfamiliar with preparing seafood.
It pairs simple ingredients such as lemon and pepper with oh-so-much butter.
It bakes to perfection in the oven and yields a perfectly golden and flaky salmon fillet without much fuss.
Unsure if your family will enjoy salmon? When in doubt, always add more butter!
Even the seafood-reluctant will have a hard time resisting this creamy mustard sauce.
The salmon steaks are so easy to prepare with just a little oil and seasoning and cook quickly on the stovetop.
The mustard chive sauce is soon to be your new favorite condiment!
It pairs Greek yogurt, fresh chives, mustard, lime, and honey together. It’s creamy, sweet, savory, and full of flavor.
Once plated, pour your creamy sauce over your golden salmon.
If you have leftover sauce, you can save it for salads or anything that demands a creamy dipping sauce.
Just the thought of bourbon and brown sugar makes my mouth water.
The bourbon glaze pairs the bold flavors of bourbon, brown sugar, and orange juice, making salmon steaks sing!
It’s the perfect way to utilize the grill this summer with something new and different.
(Trust me, everyone will love these salmon steaks more than a boring burger).
Pop them on the grill until cooked, and they possess those lovely charred grill marks on the outside.
It’s the perfect treat when you have had your fill of grilled burgers.
Fish and cheese don’t often work together because robust cheese often overpowers the delicate flavors of fish.
However, whipped feta has subtle flavors and textures that work perfectly with a tender salmon steak.
The salmon steaks deliver massive flavors with a rub of garlic, herbs, and acidic cherry tomatoes.
While the salmon rub is tasty, the real star is the whipped feta.
Once cooked, pair with whipped feta cheese for a punch of cheesy and salty goodness.
It’s bright, light, and perfect for a light summer dinner!
This straightforward salmon steak recipe celebrates the flavors of the fish.
It comes together in 15 minutes and doesn’t require unique, hard-to-find ingredients.
It pairs oil, lemon, parsley, and garlic in a white wine sauce that elevates the delicate flavors of the salmon steak.
While it might be straightforward, all of those simple ingredients sing harmoniously to amplify salmon’s subtle flavors.
Pair this simple stovetop salmon steak recipe with roasted veggies or a crisp summer salad.
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