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Salmon Bake with Alouette Garlic & Herbs Soft Spreadable Cheese


My family and I had an amazing Thanksgiving this year, and there was lots to be thankful for. While Thanksgiving is over, Christmas, Hanukkah and New Years are fast approaching which means more holiday cooking is inevitable!


If you saw my Thanksgiving post in partnership with Alouette cheese, you know I love snacking on Alouette while I cook, but that's not the only way I use Alouette to make my holidays quick and easy! That's why I'm excited to partner with Alouette again to share my amazing recipe for this Salmon Bake with Alouette Garlic & Herbs Soft Spreadable Cheese. This beautiful dish not only graced our table for Thanksgiving, and was delicious, but can be done at any time this holiday season. Your family would love it!


Growing up in the Caribbean, fish has always been a staple in our household. After all, we lived near the Caribbean Sea and the fishermen would bring their fresh catch to the village for the villagers to purchase. My mother would buy a few pounds, clean, season and either freeze or prepare them for dinner. I would say that we would eat fish at least 3-4 times a week, and even now as an adult, fish dinners mean a lot to me. It's why it's always on the menu at Thanksgiving and Christmas, it also helps that my daughter is a pescatarian and it's her main source of protein during these dinners. You may have remembered my post about Alouette's Garlic & Herbs Soft Spreadable Cheese. I have been using it consistently because I just love the taste, and I wanted to do something a bit different with my fish this time. I have done a cream cheese sauce before, but never anything like this, and believe it or not, the Alouette Garlic & Herbs Soft Spreadable Cheese makes this salmon even more tasty. You should give it a try!

Here is what you'll need:

Salmon Bake with Alouette Garlic & Herbs Soft Spreadable Cheese


Ingredients:
6.5 ounce Alouette Garlic & Herbs Soft Spreadable Cheese
Salmon filet with skin
4 Garlic Cloves
1 Medium Yellow Onion
1 Tbsp Course Sea Salt
1 Tbsp Freshly cracked Black Peppercorns
2 Tbsps Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Directions:

Preheat oven to 400° degrees.

Allow salmon plank to come to room temperature.

Rough dice (chop into medium pieces or however you would prefer) your garlic cloves and yellow onion.

Brush the baking dish with an ounce of EVOO (extra virgin olive oil).


Brush the flesh-side of the salmon with the remaining ounce of EVOO.

Scatter the diced garlic and onions directly where you are going to lay the salmon, you want the plank of salmon to lay directly on the diced garlic and onions.

Lay the salmon over the garlic and onions. (This is a technique that has been passed down in my family for generations!)

Sprinkle the coarse sea salt and freshly cracked black peppercorns over the salmon.

Spread the Alouette Garlic & Herbs Soft Spreadable Cheese over the entire surface of the salmon.


Place the salmon in 400°degrees preheated oven on the middle rack.

Cook for 35 minutes or until the salmon easily flakes with a fork.

Then turn the oven to high-broil and brown the top, watch this step carefully because you don't want it to broil the salmon too long and burn.

Remove the salmon from the oven and allow it to rest for 10 minutes.

Serve and enjoy!


While Salmon is always an enjoyable meal, preparing it with the Alouette Garlic & Herbs Soft Spreadable Cheese made it outstanding. It was so delectable that everyone wanted seconds, but don't just take my word for it, give it a try for yourself!


What tasty dish do you envision making with Alouette Garlic & Herbs Soft Spreadable Cheese? 


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Annmarie John
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  1. OK, I admit I am not a big salmon fan. I know I am strange, but still just me. However, I love this cheese brand and wonder if I could use it for a different type of fish or even with steak. Must experiment now and thanks for the idea ;)

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  2. That salmon bake sounds delicious. I love preparing salmon with tasty spices. It really lends itself to these flavors!

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  3. I've never thought of using a spreadable cheese like this on salmon. It makes sense, though. I mean we traditionally make it with herbed butter, but I can almost taste the difference that a creamy cheese like this would bring to the dish.

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  4. Oh I think I'd enjoy a flavorful salmon bake like this. I'm definitely interested in trying out the cheese.

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  5. My husband has been trying to get me to make more seafood dishes and this one looks like a winner! Alouette Garlic and Herbs Spreadable Cheese sounds like it gives the salmon just the right amount of flavor. I am totally making this for my husband for his birthday this month. Thank you for the recipe!

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  6. Oh, I love Alouette's soft spreads on crackers but I would never have thought to use it like this! This is on my must-try list!

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  7. Oh my goodness this sounds absolutely amazing, hands up I love a good salmon meal and the idea of using spreadable cheese with it is wonderful.

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  8. Alouette Garlic and Herbs Soft Spreadable cheese would go well with almost anything that I would want cheese with. Right now my appetizers are on my mind and I'm thinking any precooked sausage with Alouette and a lite simple veggie or fruit on top.

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  9. Wow, that is one delicious salmon meal. I've not heard of this cheese before. Definitely a must try!

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  10. I've never thought of using a spreadable cheese like this on salmon. It makes sense, though. I mean we traditionally make it with herbed butter, but I can almost taste the difference that a creamy cheese like this would bring to the dish.

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  11. I've never made salmon at home but my family would love for me to add more fish to our diets. This recipe looks like it would be a simple place to start.

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  12. What a gorgeous fish! It's my favorite type of seafood. I can almost taste that sauce. I would love to try this.

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  13. Oh wow. How delicious that salmon fillet looks! I haven't tried the Alouette Garlic and Herbs Spreadable cheese. I will look for that the next time I shop. I am sure my kids would want seconds, and thirds too!

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  14. This sounds so delicious! My husband is always fishing and in the summer he catches a lot of salmon. We normally make dip and a few other go to dishes, but we will have to try this. Looks amazing!

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  15. This looks really good! I would love to try this for the weekend!

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  16. That is a new way to prepare it for me. I think I'll pick up the Alouette and give it a try. My DIL is visiting soon and salmon is her favorite.

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  17. This looks like such a quick and easy dish! I will have to try this one at home!

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  18. I can think of a lot ways I can use that cheese! It's definitely something that I'd love to have in my pantry! I think this salmon recipe is a must try, it looks so good!!! I love how easy it is to make as well.

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  19. I love salmon and I love Alouette cheese but I never would have thought to combine the two. I will definitely give this a try since it looks like such an easy weeknight meal.

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  20. We enjoy salmon in our household, but hubby's favorite to date has been simple (salt, pepper and some herbs), but once he sees this I may be able to convince him to do something different.

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