Quick and easy mustard salmon with asparagus

Ingredients  medium bunch of asparagus  3 tbls of olive oil  salt and pepper  powdered garlic  2-3 generous tbls of Dijon mustard  paprika  optional- herbs of your choosing  lb of salmon, defrosted  panko ( I made my own mistake accidentally did not use the panko)    Plan of attack  preheat the oven at 270 degrees  trim the asparagus  Toss the asparagus with olive oil and season with salt, pepper and garlic  place the asparagus on the left side of your sheet pan and set your kitchen timer to 5-6 minutes.  put the asparagus in the oven

Ingredients

medium bunch of asparagus

3 tbls of olive oil

salt and pepper

powdered garlic

2-3 generous tbls of Dijon mustard

paprika

optional- herbs of your choosing

lb of salmon, defrosted

panko ( I made my own mistake accidentally did not use the panko)

Plan of attack

preheat the oven at 270 degrees

trim the asparagus

Toss the asparagus with olive oil and season with salt, pepper and garlic

place the asparagus on the left side of your sheet pan and set your kitchen timer to 5-6 minutes.

put the asparagus in the oven

portion your salmon into 2 steaks  spread the mustard on the top of the salmon, season with salt and pepper and then dust with paprika.

portion your salmon into 2 steaks

spread the mustard on the top of the salmon, season with salt and pepper and then dust with paprika.

season with salt and pepper and then dust with paprika.

season with salt and pepper and then dust with paprika.

when your kitchen timer has expired, put your salmon onto the pan with the asparagus, skin side down. Cook for 15-20 minutes or until the salmon is cooked through.    My Comments: This recipe included coating the salmon with Panko and I will try this in the future, but I was concerned because the salmon was still frozen in the middle and I thought it would cook more evenly without it.

when your kitchen timer has expired, put your salmon onto the pan with the asparagus, skin side down. Cook for 15-20 minutes or until the salmon is cooked through.

My Comments: This recipe included coating the salmon with Panko and I will try this in the future, but I was concerned because the salmon was still frozen in the middle and I thought it would cook more evenly without it.