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Mustard Crusted Salmon

Our family is always on a quest to mix in new and nutritional meals that are both kid and family approved and we love recipes that are simple, sophisticated and super easy to make. Today we are sharing one of our family favorite salmon recipes. It has the texture of a fried piece of fish with its' crispy baked panko coating and the mustard marinade masks any fishy flavors that sometimes turns kids off of eating salmon. Not only is salmon delicious but it also packed with omega 3 fatty acids, which are proven to improve our, win!

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Mustard Crusted Salmon (serves 4)

✔︎ 3 Salmon Fillets

✔︎ 4 tsp Apple Cider Vinegar

✔︎ 1 pinch of Sugar

✔︎ 2 tbsp of Dijon Mustard

✔︎ 1 tsp Ground Mustard

✔︎ Juice of 1/2 Fresh Squeezed Lemon

✔︎ 2 tbsp olive oil

✔︎ Salt & Pepper

✔︎ 3/4 cup on panko bread crumbs

Grease a baking dish and preheat over to 375 degrees.

Salt & pepper both sides of your salmon.

In a blender combine all of the other ingredients (except the panko) and salt and pepper to taste.

Spread the mustard mixtures on both sides of your salmon and place skin side down in the baking dish.

Gently press the panko crumbs on the top of each salmon.

Bake at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes-(almost firm to the touch & flakes with a fork).

Serve immediately.


Getting kids involved in the kitchen is a fun and hands on way to teach them about nutrition. Most kids know the value of eating healthy and introducing them to new recipes is a wonderful way to keep mealtime a fun and an engaging experience. Preparing healthy meals together helps to provide children with a healthy foundation for future eating habits.

Our #PullYourWeeds® Blog is rooted in empowering young kids with lots of tools to help their gardens grow healthy and strong. Eating healthy and learning how to cook are wonderful additions to their toolbox.


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