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It is a matter of personal taste to use fresh or dried herbs when creating a creamy sauce to accompany a salmon main course. Ideally, tender, soft herbs such as chives or dill are used fresh. More »

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When substituting dried herbs for fresh herbs in cooking, use dried herbs equivalent to one-third of the amount of fresh herbs called for by the recipe. Dried herbs are more concentrated and potent than fresh herbs, mean... More »

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Substitute dried herbs for fresh herbs in a recipe by using one-third the amount of dried herbs as the recipe calls for with fresh herbs. Dried herbs are typically more concentrated with a more potent flavor, so only a t... More »

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To make a creamy sauce for salmon without using cream, use almond, coconut, rice or soy milk instead of cream. Prepare the sauce like a roux to thicken it to the consistency of sour cream. More »

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Paula Deen's pistachio crusted salmon with lemon cream sauce is a good recipe that has received several positive reviews on the Food Network website. The dish yields two servings and is easy to prepare. More »

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Recipes for salmon in dill sauce typically involve pan-frying salmon fillets until they are cooked through and combining dill, lemon juice and sour cream to make the dill sauce. The dill sauce may also include other ingr... More »

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Exact baking times for salmon vary depending on the size of the salmon fillet and the specific recipe. The Food Network features an oven-baked salmon recipe that bakes in 12 to 15 minutes, and Taste of Home offers a bake... More »

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