Our family LOVES salmon! It is in my weekly meal plan in one form or another; usually as salmon patties, sometimes as a sheet pan recipe. Coming up with new, healthy and interesting recipes is always a challenge, especially when I try to find ways to make those recipes fit our crazy schedule. We’ve been trying out different seasonings and sauces to literally spice things up a little bit, and I think we’ve FINALLY met salmon’s perfect match.
Sometimes my local grocery store likes to move my favorite products on me, just for gits and shiggles. I am one of those crazy people that structures my grocery list based on the exact location of items in the store, so imagine how irritated I’ve been to have lost track of the grill seasonings. All of these years of Geocaching has sharpened my Spidey Senses (Peter Tingles?), so I was pleasantly surprised to recently hone my eagle eye in on a small display of McCormick Grill Mates 7 Spice Teriyaki marinade on a totally random shelf by the soups. Not the spices. Or even on the spices aisle. I digress.
With a beautiful salmon steak in my cart, I happily got into the checkout line with several packets of this sweet and tangy sauce, excited to try out a new sheet pan recipe. It was delicious! So good, in fact, that I would like to share it with you.
Teriyaki Salmon with Pineapple and Veggies
- Salmon steak
- 2 carrots, shredded
- 1 can pineapple slices, drained
- green beans
- red potatoes, sliced
- McCormick Grill Mates 7 Spice Teriyaki marinade
- salt and pepper
- veggie / olive / grapeseed oil (your preference)
- Preheat oven to 350
- Line a sheet pan with parchment paper (I use Reynolds Kitchens Non-Stick Baking Parchment Paper Sheets)
- Place your salmon steak on the parchment paper.
- Pile your shredded carrots along side your salmon, placing the pineapple slices on top.
- Next, pile up your green beans and, finally, your potatoes.
- Cover your salmon with the 7 Spice Teriyaki marinade. (The carrots will keep it from spreading to your green beans, and the marinade will cook down into the carrots and make them eye-rolling delicious.)
- Drizzle your green beans and potatoes with the oil of your choice and season with salt and pepper.
- Bake for 30 minutes.
As always, the perks of a good sheet pan recipe include being super flexible and customizable, time-friendly, and easy to clean up. If there are leftovers (which, by the way are even better the next day), you simply fold up the parchment paper and throw away your mess. In this case you might just need to rinse and dry your sheet pan. Truly, it’s that easy!
Have you tried this recipe? What were your thoughts? Will you try it again or make changes? Do you have a sheet pan recipe I should try? Check out my Warm & Cozy Recipes: Crispy and Savory Salmon Patties for another great salmon recipe!
Reynolds Kitchens Non-Stick Baking Parchment Paper Sheets – 12 x 16 inch
McCormick Grill Mates 7 Spice Teriyaki marinade
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