Granola Salmon

Remember when I told you about my #1 Go-To Meal? Well I just kicked it up a notch!

It’s been a long week already…and it’s only Tuesday…so last night I needed something quick and easy. As usual, I often turn to meals like this when my brain is just too tired to think of anything else.

As I was getting ready to cook the salmon, I remembered this bag of granola that the lovely Sarah of Sarah Learns sent me for my birthday! (*Sidenote- stay tuned for an awesome guest post from her later this week!) I thought it might be fun to use the granola as a breading of sorts for my salmon, kinda like the Pecan Crusted Haddock I made a few months ago.

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This is really as simple as it sounds. I just dipped the salmon in egg and pressed it onto a plate of granola.

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Serve it with a side of brown rice and some sweet potatoes & spinach cooked in veggie broth and you’ve got yourself a meal! This particular granola worked very well because there weren’t big chunks that would have been difficult to stick to the fish. The granola absorbs a little of the oil from the pan so it’s not SUPER crunchy, but it still gives a bit of crunch and a nice layer of sweetness to the dish!

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What’s your favorite topping for fish?

Enjoy!
–Lindsay–

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Comments

  1. I’ve heard of oatmeal crusted fish (I think) and definitely nut-crusted…but this is taking things to a whole new (surprising) level!
    Sarah @ The Smart Kitchen recently posted..NCLB- No Crust Left Behind

  2. yay for using that granola in a way i never would have imagined!!! :) i’m glad you like it!
    sarah (sarah learns) recently posted..home sweet home

  3. How creative- I love how you just threw them together and it was good!
    Meri recently posted..go on a date with one sweet potato

  4. I never would have thought about using granola on salmon but that looks delicious! Good job :)
    Donna recently posted..Ring- Ring GOAL!

  5. What a creative topping! I would never think to use granola. I usually stick to my go to panko, parmesan & spices!
    Erica recently posted..E- Schwan’s Italian Dinner &amp Roasted Frozen Broccoli

  6. This looks really good. I might have to give tilapia another try!
    Alicia at AliGirl Cooks recently posted..Turkey Pot Pie

  7. What an interesting idea! I’m curious how it tastes so I might have to try this. My favorite topping for fish? Well…it’s nothing out-of-the-ordinary, but I do so much love a cajun rub. :)

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