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One Sheet Pan Herb Crusted Salmon with Garlicky Green Beans & Cherry Tomatoes

A seasonal favorite with a super easy clean-up
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One sheet herb crusted salmon recipe by @waitingonmarthaHerb crusted salmon with green beans and cherry tomatoes, recipe @waitingonmartha

When any meal I make tastes good I celebrate.  When any meal I make tastes good, looks way more difficult than it actually is to create, and is crazy easy to clean up I dance a little jig in unedited pure joy.  Really, I do dance a little jig.  And that little jig is currently happening thanks to my drool-worthy, uber healthy, one sheet pan salmon with garlicky green beans and cherry tomatoes.  

It’s a delightful recipe to have up your sleeve, as it’s just as easy as it is elegant.  It makes for a wonderfully elevated weeknight meal (we’re still making weeknight meals a priority), while also serving as an instant crowd-pleaser for any dinner party. And while I’m not personally a huge salmon fan, even I can always be tempted with one of these herb crusted, wild-caught salmon filets alongside some of my favorite vibrant, seasonal veggies.  

For today’s one sheet pan salmon, I topped the salmon filets with an homemade herb mixture of minced garlic, chopped parsley, thyme, oregano, basil, a little rosemary and olive oil from my herb garden (check out our easy indoor herb garden tutorial). I then added fresh, farmers market green beans and heirloom cherry tomatoes onto the sheet with the salmon filets.  You can, of course, include any of your favorite seasonal vegetables here; I like to use whatever I’ve picked up in my farmers market haul from the weekend before. 

In true one-sheet-pan form, I baked everything on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, which preserves my sheet pan and allows for the easiest clean up.  Plus there’s just something about how well all of these flavors bake and meld together that really just makes this an A+ all around. Tell me, do you think you’ll give my one sheet pan salmon a go?  Truly, MKR

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One Sheet Pan Herb Crusted Salmon with Garlicky Green Beans & Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes
Serves 4
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Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
35 min
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
35 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 large filet wild caught salmon (or 4 individual filets) with skin-on and de-boned
  2. fresh green beans, whole
  3. 2 pints heirloom cherry tomatoes
  4. 2 shallots, sliced
  5. 3 garlic cloves, rough chopped
  6. salt and pepper, to taste
  7. 4 tbs+ olive oil
  8. 2-3 tbs. balsamic vinegar
  9. herb mixture*
  10. 1 sheet parchment paper
*for herb mixture
  1. 8 cloves of garlic
  2. handful parsley, thyme, oregano, basil and a little rosemary, chopped
  3. 1 tablespoon olive oil
  4. Salt & pepper
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400 F degrees.
  2. Assemble tomatoes to one side of the sheet pan and season with salt, pepper and drizzle balsamic vinegar on top.
  3. Add green beans to sheet pan, top with sliced shallots and rough chopped garlic. Season with salt, pepper, and drizzle olive oil on top.
  4. Make herb mixture; combine all chopped herbs into a pile on cutting board. Drizzle with olive oil and mix into a paste with your fingers (only enough for it all to bind together).
  5. Assemble salmon filets on sheet pan and rub herb mixture on top.
  6. Cook for approx. 20 minutes (or until tomatoes are bursting).
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  • This sounds, and looks amazing! I want to try it right away, but wouldn’t 30 minutes for the salmon be about twice as long as it needs?
    Chic on the Cheap

  • Mandy Kellogg Rye / 09.18.2016

    It’s going to depend on how thick your salmon is, truly I just cooked everything till the veggies were done and because of the crust on the salmon it was all still so moist and perfectly cooked. Not dry at all! I’d say use your best judgement for the fish, but I think you’re right…20 minutes would be good. I’m so bad at keeping track of time while cooking! xo

  • Made it as written. Only change was I took the salmon out at about 25 minutes and cranked the broiler on to char the veggies for a few minutes. Really , really good & so easy from start to clean up.

  • I was hoping to give this a whirl tonight but I don’t have any fresh herbs. I would like to try with dried, do you have any idea how much of the dried you would shoot for?

  • Rachel / 03.13.2017

    This was absolutely delicious. My 4 and 7 year old devoured it. Will definitely be making again. I feel it will work well with any firmer white fish as well!! If I could attach a pic of my food precooked that I took I would, as it looks so fresh on the pan. I used parsley, tarragon and chives. I cooked a whole fillet rather than cut fillets so everything was cooked perfectly.

  • Mandy Kellogg Rye / 03.13.2017

    Yay, I so love hearing this and so glad you loved it! xo

  • I just happened upon your website looking for a roasted salmon recipe, and wow! This is beautiful! Well done I love this little space you have created. Thank you for the salmon recipe, btw 🙂

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