Chard Wrapped Salmon

chard wrapped salmond paleo primal Chard Wrapped Salmon

This is a great dish that is easy to prepare and has a beautiful presentation. Oven Grilled Citrus Salmon Wrapped In Swish Chard is one of my favorite easy dinners and the kids will usually even eat it. This dish is easily baked in the oven and only requires one pan to make!

Chard Wrapped Salmon
 
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An easy and sophisticated salmon dish that is oven baked with Swiss Chard for an extra veggie boost.
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Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: Seafood
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • four (4-6 ounce) pieces of salmon (Wild caught and sustainable)
  • ¼ cup butter
  • 8 chard leaves (rainbow chard is fun for the kids!)
  • 2 organic oranges
  • spices: garlic powder, salt, pepper and others to taste
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Grease the bottom of a baking dish large enough to hold all the fish you are cooking.
  3. Rinse salmon and pat dry. Sprinkle outside with garlic powder, salt and pepper (about ¼ tsp per each piece of fish)
  4. Zest orange carefully over the salmon filets.
  5. With a knife, cut the remaining pulp and peel from the outside of the orange to expose the flesh. Thinly slice the oranges across the sections. (remove seeds if there are any).
  6. On a cutting board, put a large chard leaf. If you can, slice the rib partially out and cut off the stem to make the leaf more bendable.
  7. Place a piece of fish in the middle of the chard leaf, then thinly slice one tablespoon of butter (or coconut oil) and put on top of the fish. Put several of the orange slices on top of this.
  8. Wrap each chard leaf around the fish like you would wrap a gift and place seam-side down on the baking dish. Use another chard leaf if needed to make sure fish is completely wrapped.
  9. Repeat with other chard and fish, sprinkle the tops with sea salt, and then place in the oven.
  10. Bake 15-17 minutes or until fish is cooked through.
  11. Enjoy!

What is your favorite seafood dish? Have any great tips? Please share! 

Reader Comments

  1. Sharyn F says

    I’ve ordered rainbow chard in my veg box this weekend. Thanks for this idea. I’ll get some salmon from the Farmers’ Market to go with it. 

  2. says

    now that is something i wanna do for the weekend! buy some salmon and cook exactly like that. thanks for this. i finally know what i want for dinner this weekend. where could i buy some good salmon?

  3. Randa says

    I made this tonight with all kinds of substitutes based on what I had on hand… Alaskan sablefish instead of salmon, lemons instead of oranges, and lettuce instead of chard. It was yummy! Husband approved.

    I’ll have to try it again when I have the real ingredients, to see how it was supposed to taste. :)

    Thanks!

    • Randa says

      Don’t know if I ever came back to say that we have now tried the recipe the way it’s written, and it’s DELISH! :) Thanks!

  4. Arla Nummelin says

    I’m wanting the meal planner that has a deadline for tonight, but when I enter my email, it doesn’t accept it. I’m a little frustrated.  Now you have me thinking that my chronic sinusitis ( which has developed into asthma, and now Sampter’s Triad – aspirin sensitivy – though I never use aspirin) might be from all the carbs I eat (and I eat a lot of them being vegetaria.) Love your articles! Arla

  5. Brittany Gauntt says

    I love your website! I have been reading all of your dinner ideas…Do you only serve a main dish or do you have sides with it? Thanks!

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