Roasting, broiling or grilling
If you’re grilling then try flavours like chili, ginger, garlic and sesame. If you roast or broil you’ll also want strong seasonings, herbs and vegetables to match the big flavour you’ll get from these ways of cooking. Flavours like lemon and dill work well, as do root vegetables.
Braising or poaching
This tends to produce lighter flavours, so it suits equally delicate herbs and seasonings. It’s a good idea to pair poached or braised salmon with dairy products like sour cream and crème fraîche.
Pairing salmon with different flavours
Yogurt, cream cheese, crème fraîche, butter, coconut milk
Smoked paprika, cumin, chilis
Cucumber, asparagus, fresh herbs (like parsley and chives)
lower-sodium soy sauce, capers, miso, olives
mango, bananas, orange juice or zest, honey, brown sugar
vinegar, (fresh) lemon or lime
sesame, spring onion, horseradish, garlic, ginger, mustard
Great flavour combinations
Have fun combining these great flavours with our salmon.
Pairing salmon with wine
You can bring out the versatile flavours of salmon by pairing it with different wines depending on how it’s served.