Photo: Jenny Rosenstrach

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The Restaurant-Worthy Salmon
Here's a baked-fish-and-veggies dish with a deep, rich flavor from surprisingly few ingredients. While the salmon (or other flaky, oil-rich fish) cooks in an olive-oil-lemon-juice-honey glaze, you stir together a ridiculously simple sriracha mayo to accompany it. The fish is delicious on its own, with a sweetness reminiscent of teriyaki but none of the salty soy-sauce flavor. With the spiced mayo, it's out of this world. (And if you don't feel like buying the chives the recipe calls for, you can use a tiny bit of minced shallot, which pops up in a few other recipes here.)

Get the recipe: Roasted Salmon and Asparagus with Spicy Mayo and Chives