Dinners That Practically Cook Themselves
Each one of these recipes is basically one-and-done.
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A Pour-the-Sauce-on-Top-and-Bake Salmon
This is one of Carl's go-to recipes when she's cooking for a crowd, because it's so simple, easily doubled (or even tripled), looks impressive and tastes delicious. It's as easy as whisking together Dijon mustard, honey and olive oil, pouring it over salmon (keep the skin on so it holds together), laying some lemon slices and herbs over it and baking for 10 minutes. You can finish the dish with some additional lemon juice, but it doesn't need anything more.
Get the recipe: Roasted Salmon with Honey-Dijon Glaze