What to Eat: Garlic Broiled Salmon

Salmon recipe for your slow carb or paleo lifestyle.A couple weeks ago I was poking around the fridge and freezer hunting for my next meal. I found some salmon. It’s way easier catching them in the freezer than in a river, let me assure you. I didn’t want just broiled salmon, though. So I dug through some more things until I came up with the following recipe.


  • several garlic cloves (I like lots of garlic)
  • rosemary
  • oregano
  • about a tablespoon of EVOO
  • Salmon steak(s)


  1. Put the garlic, rosemary, oregano, and EVOO in a food processor and chop until very fine. Eventually your blade won’t cut anymore, and that’s when it’s done.
  2. Spread the mixture over the salmon fillet, not forgetting the nooks you may find
  3. Lightly sprinkle sea salt on top for a bit of extra flavor
  4. Broil on low about 10 minutes or until the fish flakes with a fork. You could also bake it at 350 for a bit longer.

I don’t really cook salmon much, so I didn’t know how long to cook it. I just kept checking it until it was done. But it came out quite delicious…

Buen provecho!

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  1. This Salmon recipe looks amazing!

    Do you mind if I submit it to 4 Hour Recipes (www.4HourRecipes.com) with a link back to your blog?


  2. Hey Jason! Try a bunch of fresh basil in the food processor with the other herbs, it’ll make a sort of pesto for the salmon. I think it’d be really yummy!

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