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There are just about as many ways to make salmon as there are fish in the sea. I got this idea, at least for the mayonnaise, from my sister in law Kathy. When she first told me to put mayonnaise on salmon, I thought that it sounded pretty awful, but it’s not!! I guess you just never know! You don’t taste a mayonnaise flavor at all, and it keeps the fish nice and tender, flaky and moist.
For 4 servings you’ll need;
4 salmon filets
Approximately 4 T mayonnaise
Several sprigs of fresh dill, dried is ok too.
Salt & pepper to taste
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
Pat salmon filets with paper towel to dry.
Place salmon on lightly oiled baking sheet ( or Silpat on a baking sheet)
Spread about a Tablespoon of mayonnaise on each filet. You want the fish covered, but not really thick, a nice coating. Spread dill over mayo. Place in oven and cook until fish becomes golden on top, about 10-14 minutes, depending on thickness or until your preferred doneness.