Salmon marinated in a sweet and savory Maple Dijon dressing is the perfect low FODMAP main dish. Pair with your favorite vegetable side or place on top of a bed of greens, and your meal is complete!
This post is written as part of a long-term partnership with FODY Foods. I was not compensated for my time, and all opinions are my own.
Salmon has been a fav of mine for quite some time. It’s been my birthday meal of request for many years, and when we go out to eat it’s often what I end up ordering! I love the flavor of salmon plain, but when I saw that FODY Foods introduced their line of low FODMAP salad dressings, I knew that the maple dijon would pair absolutely perfectly with my favorite seafood.
Guys, I can hardly believe that we are nearing the end of February…and that I’m already nearing the end of another rotation – I start something new on Monday!
I’ll be completely honest in saying that my brain is a bit tired. Tired from the constant schedule change, tired from being in learning mode all of the time, tired from some of my side projects in addition to my internship…but even though I feel tired and like I could use a small break – I wouldn’t trade any of it in! I really LOVE what I am doing, and I’m in the home stretch until it’s time for me to take the registration exam.
Because of my unpredictable schedule, I have been totally relying on the crockpot and easily prepped-ahead meals/simple roast in the oven meals. Even though this Maple Dijon Salmon seems a little more “sophisticated” than a crockpot meal, I can assure you that it’s SO easy and quick to make and you can have it on the table with a side salad from start to finish in 20 minutes. 😉
The trick is marinating the salmon in the Maple Dijon Dressing. I like to pop mine in either a large bowl or a zipper top bag in the morning, so it is ready for me when I get home at night. Simply preheat the oven, toss in the pan, put a salad together while it’s baking (and pack lunch for the next morning) and BAM. Ready to go!
I just upped your weeknight dinner game 🙂 You are welcome!