Everything Bagel Seasoning is one of many gems that I discovered at Trader Joe. This mixture consists of poppy seeds, sesame seeds, garlic, onions, etc. It’s perfect on everything: toasts, salad, eggs, and even on salmon! It’s a game-changer that makes you savor each bite.
Salmon with everything bagel seasoning = a perfect match in heaven. The flaky, tendered salmon gets smothered in butter and garlic. Then top off with the savory, salty everything bagel seasoning. This simple dish is quick, easy and will be a staple of your weekly meal plan.
Some tips for cooking the perfect salmon:
Let the salmon comes to room temperature before cooking. If using frozen salmon, make sure it’s thawed completely.
Pat dry with paper towels before sprinkles seasoning on top.
Ensure your skillet is very hot and all butter is melted before adding the salmon.
I hope you’ll love this nutritious meal because it’s simple yet flavorful; it’s absolutely savory and tastes incredible.
Salmon With Everything Bagel Seasoning
A satisfying dinner that can be ready in 20 minutes, this salmon with everything bagel is easy to prepare. The salmon filets are seared on a skillet with butter and everything bagel seasoning. Serve with home-made salad or pair with your favorite steam vegetables.
- 1 lb salmon filet (skin on & cut into 4) about 3" length & 1" width
- 3 cloves garlic (minced) (optional)
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- salt & pepper (to taste)
- 1-2 tablespoon everything bagel seasoning I used Trader Joe's seasoning
- 2 tablespoons butter
Wash the salmon and pat dry with paper towel.
Sprinkles salt, pepper, garlic powder over the salmon. Sprinkles everything seasoning on the skinless side of the salmon filets, press to coat evenly.
On a medium skillet over medium high heat, toss in butter until melted. Add salmon, skin-side down and sear for 4 minutes. Add in minced garlic and cook until garlic is fragrant. Remove garlic to a plate for topping later.
After 4 minutes, carefully flip salmon to cook on the other side. Sear for 4 minutes, until salmon is flaky and no longer pink. Be careful not to overcook.
If desire, remove skin and serve with your favorite salad or steam vegetables. Top off with fried garlic. Enjoy!