Simple Broiled Salmon with Jerusalem Artichokes
Wondering what to do with the pound of funny-looking Jerusalem artichokes received from your CSA box? Running out of green veggies in the house? This easy sheet pan dinner will let you enjoy the ingredients you have without sweating about another meal stuck cooking at home!!
Sheet pan dinners are great weeknight meal ideas. You only have 1 pan to wash (yay!), all the juices and flavors are contained and fused together so nicely in the oven! The ideas can go wild! From broiled salmon, to chicken thigh, flank steak… you name it!
It might be deceiving at times that a stunning sheet pan roast seemed to be everything going into the oven together and done at the same time. This might be true for some ingredients but I found that it is always one thing takes longer than the other. Therefore test and adjust cook time for each ingredient. Don’t forget the size of food matters too!
I love to use my compact @cuisinart (Affiliate link) steam oven instead of the huge oven range for weeknight cooking. It takes MUCH less time to preheat, convenient steam-bake options and save so much energy for each use!
Why are the broiled salmon placed over the root vegetables?
Due to its compact cooking space, I usually stack up food to be cooked. Sounds weird but who wouldn’t love root veggies infused with delicious salmon fat?
Of course, remember to place the salmon on top so it will get a nice crispy skin on top as broiled salmon do!
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Baked and Broiled Salmon with Starchy Veggies
- 2 one-inch segments of Salmon Fillet
- 2-3 medium Potatoes
- 1 Onion cut into 6 wedges
- 3 medium Jerusalem Artichokes
- Juice of half a lemon
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Parsley for garnish
- Preheat oven at 200F
- Slice potatoes and Jerusalem artichokes into 1/8 inch slices
- Arrange potato and Jerusalem artichoke slices in roasting pan
- Place in middle rack and bake for 15 mins
- Take roasting pan out from oven and place fish fillets (skin side up) and onion wedges on top
- Return to oven and bake for 10 mins then boil at 500F until salmon skin is crisp
- Garnish with parsley flakes and drizzle freshly squeezed lemon juice to serve
2 thoughts on “Simple Broiled Salmon with Jerusalem Artichokes”
I love the simplicity and ingredients you’ve chosen. This coming from a girl who eats A LOT of salmon!
Thank you for your kind words! Bring on the salmon!!