A baked salmon recipe that is gently infused with cannabutter and garlic
Salmon recipes always look so elegant making them perfect for special occasions, but sometimes we just want to indulge by ourselves, and this baked salmon recipe is so easy that it’s excellent for anytime the craving for a tangy salmon dish comes about. The only thing is that we don’t do this one from scratch, as the cannabutter should be pre-made for when you’re ready to start, so if you don’t have any on hand, then be sure to check out some of ours for inspiration.
Cannabutter and garlic baked salmon recipe
This is a heart-healthy baked salmon recipe despite the generous addition of butter, that needs no fancy skillet skills to make because the whole thing gets wrapped up like a taco inside a layer of aluminum foil, and from that point, there’s no need to do anything else until it’s ready for you to sit back and enjoy. If you like the idea of baking salmon with little to no effort at all, and you’re craving the garlicky goodness of a meal like this, then this baked salmon recipe might be perfect for you.
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 27 minutes
- 4 garlic cloves
- 2 large lemons
- 2 large salmon fillets
- 8 tablespoons cannabutter
- 3 tablespoons organic honey
- 1 teaspoon thyme
- 1 teaspoon oregano
- Salt and pepper (to taste)
- Chopped parsley (for garnish)
- 2 Baking sheets
- Aluminum foil
- Cooking spray
- Sharp knife
- Small bowl
Preheat the oven to 350°F.
Use aluminum foil to line both baking sheets.
Grease the foil to keep the ingredients from sticking.
Cut the lemons into thin slices and toss the ends.
Use the lemon slices to make a layer in the middle of each of the pans.
Take a pinch of salt and pepper to season each side of both fillets before placing them onto the beds of lemon slices.
Put the cannabutter, honey thyme, and oregano into the microwave and heat it on high in 30-second increments until it turns into liquid.
Dice the garlic cloves and toss them into the buttered liquid before whisking all of the ingredients together.
Pour an even amount of the cannabutter mixture over each of the fillets and then wrap them in aluminum foil.
Bake the salmon foil packets in the oven for 25 minutes.
Change the setting on the stove over to broil, and then cook the fillets for an additional 2 minutes.
Remove the baked salmon from the oven and allow everything to cool for at least 5 minutes before unwrapping the fillets.
Cut the fillets into halves and serve them with a fresh parsley garnish as either a main or side dish while piping hot.
The potency of this baked salmon recipe will depend entirely on the cannabutter that you use, but it is designed to provide a moderate dose that should be suitable for both infrequent and seasoned cannabis consumers. So if you’re just starting out with edibles, then you might want to only eat half of a serving, or water down the recipe by using regular butter in place of some of the called for cannabutter, as this deliciously intense combination will produce effects that may leave you glued to your chair for a little while if you aren’t used to edibles.