Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts!

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Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts



When my oldest son was a toddler he referred to salmon as "pink chicken" - and he loved pink chicken!  In hindsight, people probably thought it was really weird that my kid raved about pink chicken.  I mean, last I checked, there was no such thing as sushi grade poultry.  Ew,  In any case, I always think about that when I buy salmon.

This Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts is my version of salmon with fruit salsa.  If you're looking for a more traditional Mango Salsa to serve over your salmon, I'll provide it below. But I'll tell you a secret:  I'm just learning to like fruit with my meat and veggies and I really feel like apple is the gateway fruit.  It just goes so well between sweet and savory and is really delicious.  This dish is especially awesome because it's only 5 ingredients, comes together in just a few minutes, and cooks all in one pot!



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Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts, Ingredients:

  • 1 medium apple, chopped (about 1 1/4 cups)
  • 1/2 sweet yellow onion, chopped (about 1/2 cup)
  • 3 cups frozen Brussels sprouts, thawed
  • 1/2 tablespoon seasoned salt
  • 2 - 3 servings salmon (I used C. Wirthy & Co. Blackened Salmon filets, thawed)


Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts, Directions:

  1. Toss apples, onions, and Brussels sprouts in an oven safe dish.
  2. Drizzle with teriyaki sauce and sprinkle with seasoned salt.  Stir so everything is coated.
  3. Place salmon over top (if you're using unseasoned salmon, add an extra dash of seasoned salt and splash of teriyaki to the fish).
  4. Bake covered for 30 minutes at 375 degrees until salmon is flaky.
  5. Enjoy!


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Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts



Sam's Club is hosting a series of seafood demos in their stores!  Sam's Club features high quality sustainable seafood. One of the demos is for the C. Wirthy & Co. Blackened Salmon with Fruit Salsa, on March 26th and 27th.  On April 1 stop in to see  Easy Marinated Shrimp featuring Daily Chef ™ Cooked Medium Shrimp and Olive Garden Signature Italian Dressing.  Most demos take place between 11AM - 4PM, but be sure to call your Sam's Club to confirm.


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Can't make it to a demonstration?  Don't worry, here's the Blackened Salmon with Fruit Salsa recipe to try out at home.  And stop by their website for online premium seafood offers!


Blackened Salmon with Fruit Salsa


Each C. Wirthy & Co Blackened Salmon fillet is individually pre-seasoned with the perfect amount of spices. Simply toss the fillets in a baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Add mango salsa for a deliciously simple and healthy weekday meal.

Fruit Salsa, Ingredients:


  • 1 ½ cups blueberries
  • 1 cup strawberries, diced
  • 2 mangoes, diced
  • 1 cup diced red onion
  • lime juice of 1 lime


Fruit Salsa, Directions:


  1. Rinse blueberries and strawberries. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and stir.
  2. Serve over salmon, and enjoy!

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Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts


Apple Teriyaki Salmon with Brussels Sprouts


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