This sheet pan maple dijon salmon and Brussels sprouts recipe is a simple and healthy one pan meal. This flavorful paleo weeknight dinner comes together in less than 30 minutes. Add this sheet pan recipe to your weekly meal prep!
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We love a sheet pan recipe!
There are two kinds of recipes that I know people will love right off the bat: one pan meals and sheet pan meals. And I don’t blame you guys. They are easy, healthy and delicious.
This sheet pan maple dijon salmon and Brussels sprouts recipe is no different. It is packed with flavor, very easy to put together, and is made with healthy, paleo-friendly ingredients. Basically all you need to do is mix your sauce, prep your sprouts, toss those together and pop this dish in the oven.
What ingredients will I need to make this sheet pan salmon recipe?
Let’s make a healthy one pan dinner!
Step 1 – Mix and Chop
Combine dijon mustard, maple syrup and soy sauce in a small dish. Chop Brussels sprouts into smaller pieces like quarters or sixths. Arrange the salmon and brussels sprouts on a parchment-lined baking sheet.
Step 2 – Brush, Toss, and Season
Brush the salmon generously with the maple dijon marinade. Gently toss the Brussels sprouts in any remaining marinade. Season both the salmon and the sprouts with salt and pepper.
Step 3 – Bake and Broil
Place the sheet pan in the warm oven and bake at 400F for 10 minutes. Increase the oven heat to broil and bake for an additional 10 minutes. Remove the sheet pan from the oven and enjoy the salmon and sprouts immediately!
What kind of salmon do you buy?
I purchase wild-caught Alaskan salmon as often as possible because I am concerned about the quality of the food that farmed salmon are fed. This is one of the main grocery splurges that I make. I get my salmon in my monthly Butcher Box order and it is THE BEST!
How long will this keep in the fridge?
I personally do not like to eat cooked salmon much longer than after it is cooked. I usually eat this meal within 24 hours of it being cooked. It is best if consumed immediately.
Can I prep this ahead of time?
If you want to save yourself some time and deepen the maple dijon flavor you can marinate the salmon and Brussels sprouts ahead of time, but other than that I would not prep this too far in advance.
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