Party Salmon with Asparagus, Tomatoes, & Potatoes

Did you know that salmon is known to be a super healthy food?

It is rich in omega 3-fatty acids (which is sometimes a side supplement that people take!), selenium, phosphorous, and various B vitamins.

If you’d like to look at the actual nutritional counts, you can do so here, in a Healthline article called Salmon Nutrition and Health Benefits.



I’m personally always on the lookout for new, tasty salmon dishes. I believe that it’s super healthy for both my husband and I, as well as my kids.

It’s the perfect, nutritious. and delicious (when done right) meal that everyone can ooh and ahh over.

This particular dish never – and I mean NEVER – ceases to impress. And so I’m happily sharing it here with you.

You’re welcome.


Easy Party Salmon



2- 2 1/2 pound salmon fillet

Bunch of aspargus (I like to trim the ends by snapping them off)

1 cup baby/cherry tomatoes

1 pound golden potatoes

2 1/2 tablespoons melted butter

8 garlic cloves (optional)

1 sliced lemon



4 cloves freshly minced garlic

1 tsp paprika

2 tsp oregano seasoning

Salt and pepper, to taste



Preheat oven to 400°F.

Parboil potatoes for about 10-15 minutes, so they’re soft.

On a large sheet pan, arrange the salmon in the center, and then on both sides, scatter asparagus, potatoes, tomatoes, and the optional garlic (my kids love roasted garlic and it’s SO healthy!!)

Whisk the melted butter together with the minced garlic, paprika, oregano and salt and pepper. Brush over the salmon and side veggies. Make more, if necessary.

Scatter sliced lemon on the top of the salmon. Season with more loose salt and pepper.

Bake about 25 minutes, or until salmon is no longer opaque and the potatoes are soft enough to enjoy.

Watch your guests marvel at your culinary prowess. ROAR!!

Party Salmon with Asparagus, Tomatoes, & Potatoes

This Easy Party Salmon with Asparagus, Tomatoes, & Potatoes is a crowd favorite. It's sure to please and easy as heck to prepare.


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