Rumor has it, this alaska salmon sheet pan dinner is a dream. I created this twenty-minute dinner just for you. It’s simple, quick and delicious. Plus, the twenty minutes is the time in the oven, the prep is less around five!
Sizzlefish sent me a box of their assorted Alaskan fish (since I’m Alaskan) so I could create this recipe for you. Thanks for supporting the brands that help me get you these free recipes!
If you’re looking for a dinner that’s
less than 5 ingredients
Girl, do I have a treat for you!
What you’ll need
2 fillets of Wild Alaska Salmon
4 whole organic carrots (butts on)
1 cubed organic sweet potato
Garlic + onions
Oregano, garlic powder & sea salt
1 non-toxic sheet pan
In case you didn’t know, I am an ALASKA GIRL. Born and raised as a Sockeye Salmon fisher(wo)man. I take my fish seriously and I don’t want anything that’s been defrosted and refrozen 17 times before it gets to me. I’ve actually never bought Salmon in my life, I have only eaten what I catch. So, this was a change of pace but Sizzle Fish met the standards and I decided to try them out.
I ordered the Alaska variety and got Sablefish, Sockeye Salmon and Halibut. The fish is fresh, doesn’t contain any artificial dyes and is as wild as it gets. No organic label needed here, friend. It’s THE perfect Alaska salmon sheet pan dinner.
You can get scallops, tuna, shrimp and a huge assortment of other fish from Sizzle Fish. So, here’s the link to check ‘em out. I dig it!
Fish is an amazing source of Omega-3 fatty acids. You know, those acids we need a lot more of in our lives! Unfortunately, we eat too many Omega-6 fatty acids that are inflammatory. Things like corn/soy/canola oil and peanuts. We need to focus more on the O3s since they are ANTI-inflammatory and can help lower overall inflammatory burden in the body. Foods like fish, coconut, olive, avocado and nuts/seeds are great sources.
Why “leave the butts on”? Well, carrots retain much more of their nutrients if you cook them with the butts on. I don’t know the literal name but I like butts so…. just hang with me. By doing less work (not cutting) you are getting more nutrients. Sign me up!
Did you know that inflammation is at the root of all disease? Here are more anti-inflammatory recipes like this Alaska salmon sheet pan dinner.
Pair it with this soy-free & nut-free “peanut” sauce.
- 2 fillets Wild Alaska Salmon (or halibut) from Sizzle Fish
- 2 TBSP avocado oil for dipping
- 4 TBSP coconut flour for “breading”
- 1 tsp each oregano, sea salt, garlic powder for “breading”
- 4 large organic carrots butts on
- 1 large organic sweet potato cubed
- onion & garlic chopped
- 5 dandelion greens
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F & get a non-toxic baking sheet out (**optional: line with non-toxic parchment paper)
Cube sweet potato and place them on the baking sheet with carrots, onions and garlic (put in the oven and start baking while you prepare the salmon) 5-10 minutes
Mix all “breading” ingredients & dip the salmon in the mixture
Add them to the sheet with dandelion greens and bake all for 12-14 minutes
Serve with the sunbutter dipping sauce (omit if your AIP)