Chicken & Meat

baked salamon in foil with asparagus and garlic lemon butter sauce .

Salmon baked with asparagus in the oven is a great option for a light and delicious dinner. In this recipe, the salmon is cooked in a garlic-oil sauce, which makes the texture of the dish creamy and the smell incredibly flavorful. A garnish in the form of roasted asparagus perfectly sets off the flavor of the fish.


Salmon 500g.
Asparagus 450 gr.
Salt to taste
Ground black pepper to taste
Butter 3 tbsp.
Garlic 4 cl.
Lemon juice 2 tbsp.
Broth 2 tbsp.
Lemon to taste

Step by step recipe :

Place salmon slices on foil and put on a baking pan.
Wash and dry the asparagus and cut off the woody parts, leaving only the tops. Divide
Asparagus in half and place each part on the foil next to the salmon fillets.
Season the products with salt and pepper to taste. Place slices of butter on top.
Prepare the marinade under which you will bake the salmon and asparagus. Peel the garlic cloves
Peel and finely chop them with a knife. Place the chopped garlic in a mixing bowl.

Pour in the lemon juice and chicken broth (if you don’t have chicken broth, take any meat or vegetable broth).
Add sweet chili sauce or any hot sauce to taste (such as ketchup). Stir
Mix until smooth.
Generously pour the resulting marinade over the salmon and asparagus. Wrap fish and asparagus in foil
(each portion separately). Carefully seal the edges, but leave small gaps to allow steam to escape.
Send the tray in a preheated to 220 degrees Celsius oven and
bake for 7 minutes. After 7 minutes, remove the baking tray and open the foil so that the food
brown. Put the fish and asparagus in the oven for another 5-8 minutes.

Salmon baked with asparagus in the oven is served on the foil in which it was baked. The sauce for
The sauce is the juice that was released during cooking and mixed with the melted butter and
garlic and pepper marinade. Finish the dish with slices of lemon. Bon appetit!

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