Pesto Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner

3 Reviews / 5 Average
Here's a weeknight meal that can be thrown together with little effort, but this Pesto Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner is no slouch when it comes to being healthy!
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Back-to-school is that time of year when we need weeknight dinners to be as quick and easy as possible! And how about making them taste good and be good for us, too? Well, I’ve got the perfect recipe for you that, along with some whole-grain wild rice, can be thrown together with very little effort to make a well-rounded, tasty meal. Plus, with the pesto being made with half spinach, you can really feel good about offering this one to your family. Enjoy!

Pesto Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner on 100 Days of Real Food

Pesto Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner on 100 Days of Real Food

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11 thoughts on “Pesto Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner”

  1. 5 stars
    This was so good and really easy. The salmon was moist and the flavors were great. One out of 2 kids enjoyed it so that works for us.

  2. Sounds great! Budget saving tip- you can sub the pine nuts for sunflower seeds (which are cheap to buy in bulk.) It won’t taste exactly the same but very similar and delicious.

  3. Perfect! I have salmon and a basil plant ready to go at home- just need to pick up some veggies to make this dish. Can’t wait to try it.

  4. This looks delicious. I need a new way to make salmon, or other fish. I think my family would want the vegetables more roasted, so I might try it with the veggies in the oven a while before adding the fish.

    1. If you take your piece of salmon, skin side down, and spread a thin layer of veganaise on top, and then sprinkle furikake seasoning on it and then bake. It is so delicious!

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