“Everything” Crusted Salmon

This "Everything" Crusted Salmon coats salmon filets in a seasoning combined of all the ingredients you would find on an "everything" bagel. The salmon filets are quick seared and then finished off in the oven for a delicious dinner that's ready in 20 minutes.

This “Everything” Crusted Salmon coats salmon filets in a seasoning combined of all the ingredients you would find on an “everything” bagel. The salmon filets are quick seared and then finished off in the oven for a delicious dinner that’s ready in 20 minutes.

This "Everything" Crusted Salmon coats salmon filets in a seasoning combined of all the ingredients you would find on an "everything" bagel. The salmon filets are quick seared and then finished off in the oven for a delicious dinner that's ready in 20 minutes.

This "Everything" Crusted Salmon coats salmon filets in a seasoning combined of all the ingredients you would find on an "everything" bagel. The salmon filets are quick seared and then finished off in the oven for a delicious dinner that's ready in 20 minutes.When I lived in Eugene, Oregon, our middle school was right across the street from a shopping plaza that housed Sundance Foods, Humble Bagel and Dari Mart. While the 7th and 8th graders were allowed to walk across the street at lunchtime, picking up loads of nickel candy from Dari Mart and bringing back chewy bagels smeared with gobs of cream cheese from Humble Bagel, the 5th and 6th graders were confined to campus. I’ll always remember it because I never made it to 7th grade at that school… At the end of my 6th grade year, my brother and I moved to New York with my mom… And my dreams of being able to walk over to the Humble Bagel and pick myself up a warm, toasted “everything” bagel with gobs of cream cheese were crushed. I never made it to the coveted 7th grade position at Roosevelt Middle School.

It’s the little things that really matter when you’re a kid, right? I mean, not being able to leave campus like those cool older kids crushed me.

So, to this day, the “everything” bagel still holds a special place in my heart.

Are you an “everything” bagel fan? You know the ones I’m talking about, right? Those bagels that are coated in all kids of seeds – poppy seeds, sesame seeds, fennel seeds and caraway seeds, and have that unforgettable strong smell of onion and garlic. These are the bagels that you don’t want touching any other bagels in the bag… I mean, if you combine a blueberry bagel and an “everything” bagel in one bag, the blueberry bagel is just not edible anymore… Right?

Well, tonight I’m cooking up something different with that “everything” seasoning… This “Everything” Crusted Salmon has all those traditional elements of the “everything” bagel – Poppy, sesame, fennel and caraway seeds together with some minced up dehydrated garlic coats the skinless side of our salmon filets. A quick sear in a cast iron skillet ensures that all those spices get nice and toasted. Once it gets nice and golden brown, the salmon is flipped over so that the skin side is down and it’s popped into a hot oven to finish cooking for about 8-10 minutes.

This "Everything" Crusted Salmon coats salmon filets in a seasoning combined of all the ingredients you would find on an "everything" bagel. The salmon filets are quick seared and then finished off in the oven for a delicious dinner that's ready in 20 minutes. |

The end result is a super flavorful, crisp-coated, filet of fish that’s anything but boring and ready in under 20 minutes! I like to serve this “Everything” Crusted Salmon alongside some rice, quinoa, or even just a simple arugula salad. Then all you need to add is wine (the best part)!

This flavorful salmon is begging to be paired with something light and refreshing but with a backbone strong enough to stand up to all the spices. Rosé fits the bill perfectly here. Tonight I’m pouring Louis Jadot Rosé – a new release this year! You’re probably familiar with Louis Jadot wine already – Their label is very recognizable and they make amazing Beaujolais, Chardonnay and Chablis. Louis Jadot is already the #1 French wine in the United States so why not make a French Rosé? I love French Rosés because they’re delightfully light and floral with aromas of red berries and watermelon – Perfect for pairing with so many different dishes. Plus, can I mention that it’s only $15?! It’s safe to say that I’ll be sipping on this wine all summer!

This "Everything" Crusted Salmon coats salmon filets in a seasoning combined of all the ingredients you would find on an "everything" bagel. The salmon filets are quick seared and then finished off in the oven for a delicious dinner that's ready in 20 minutes. | platingsandpairings.com

This "Everything" Crusted Salmon coats salmon filets in a seasoning combined of all the ingredients you would find on an "everything" bagel. The salmon filets are quick seared and then finished off in the oven for a delicious dinner that's ready in 20 minutes.

“Everything” Crusted Salmon

Course: Seafood
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 4 people
Calories: 410 kcal
Author: Inspired by Green Chef
This "Everything" Crusted Salmon coats salmon filets in a seasoning combined of all the ingredients you would find on an "everything" bagel. The salmon filets are quick seared and then finished off in the oven for a delicious dinner that's ready in 20 minutes.
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Ingredients

  • 4 (6-ounce) salmon fillets, skin on
  • Salt and pepper

"Everything" seasoning

  • 1 ¾ tsp dehydrated garlic , minced (or ½ tsp garlic powder)
  • 1 tsp poppy seeds
  • 1 tsp white sesame seeds
  • ½ tsp caraway seeds
  • ¼ tsp fennel seeds
  • 1 ½ Tbsp extra virgin olive oil

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Combine dehydrated garlic, poppy seeds, sesame seeds, caraway seeds and fennel seeds on a small plate and stir to combine.
  3. Season salmon with salt and pepper and press skinless side into the “everything” seed mixture to coat evenly.
  4. Heat oil in a large oven-safe sauté pan over medium-high heat. Add salmon seed-side down and sear 3-4 minutes. Flip. Transfer pan to oven and roast 8-10 minutes, or until fish is fully cooked.
  5. If desired, slip spatula between salmon skin and flesh to remove skin. Serve immediately.

Recipe Notes

Serving suggestions: Serve over quinoa, rice or spinach.

Wine Pairing for “Everything” Crusted Salmon:

  • Rosé – This Louis Jadot Rosé is floral and fruity with hints of fresh red currants and raspberries and stands up to the spices in this dish wonderfully.

This "Everything" Crusted Salmon coats salmon filets in a seasoning combined of all the ingredients you would find on an "everything" bagel. The salmon filets are quick seared and then finished off in the oven for a delicious dinner that's ready in 20 minutes.

Looking for more dishes that pair with Rosé wine? Try these:

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This post was sponsored on behalf of Louis Jadot via One2One Network. All opinions stated are my own.

21 comments

  1. Lindsay | With Salt and Pepper

    You have me drooling over here! I LOVE everything spice so much that sometimes I just lick my finger and dip it in to taste it. Crusting salmon with it is GENIUS! And when you brought up living in Eugene, it reminded me of a favorite food memory I have from high school when we drove from WA down to Santa Cruz and stopped in Eugene for breakfast. I had the best hash browns of my life and have been on a mission to recreate them ever since. Loving this rose pairing too, awesome post!

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    1. Erin

      Thanks so much Lindsay! I love Eugene, and I miss it quite a bit! Hopefully we will get down there for a lot of Duck’s Football games this year. I wonder where it was that you had those hash browns…?

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  2. Rachel Lloyd

    This is such a good idea!!! I am going to try this one out at home. Great recipe and photos!

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    1. Erin

      Thank you so much Rachel!

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  3. Pech

    What an incredibel idea – I love all the textures and seasonings on the Everything bagel, and applying that here to the fish for a full fancy meal is awesome!

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  4. Catherine @ Ten Thousand Hour Mama

    Hold up, I didn’t know you grew up in Eugene! I did too – though I went to Jefferson. I still love Humble Bagels, and I always get an “everything” one! I actually JUST picked up an everything bagel spice blend from Trader Joe’s and have been obsessed. I haven’t tried it on salmon yet, but you can bet I’m going to as soon as I get the chance!!!

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    1. Erin

      Yes – That makes things so easy too! I’ll definitely need to check out the Trader Joe’s blend!

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  5. Hillary Harper

    Are you kidding?! This is brilliant! I eat an “everything” bagel at least twice a week from POP Bagel in the US Bancorp tower downtown. I am definitely adding this to my week night menu for next week 🙂

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    1. Erin

      I hope you enjoy Hillary!

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  6. Create/Enjoy

    That sounds delicious!!! I haven’t had “everything” flavor anything in years but it sounds fabulous on salmon!

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  7. Erin

    Oh love this idea! And definitely remember being a big fan of Humble Bagel when I lived in eugene!

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  8. Steven

    Nice post. A nice Pinot Noir from the Anderson Bally in Cali would also work nicely.

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  9. Carmen

    Oh my gosh, leaving campus in middle school?! That’s any kids dream, haha! The salmon looks delicious as well!

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    1. Erin

      Right?! I was so bummed when I missed my chance! And, thank you!

      Reply

  10. Elaine @ Dishes Delish

    Yummy! I love crusted salmon and your recipe looks so delicious!

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    1. Erin

      Thanks so much Elaine!

      Reply

  11. MEGAN MCDUFFIE

    My goodness, what a beautiful recipe! I can’t wait to try this – everything bagels are my #1 favorite and I’ve been looking for ways to get more salmon in my diet. Looks like a winning combo!

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  12. ANia

    That sounds delicious!!!

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