Honey mustard salmon bites with veggies is a flavorful one-pan meal to prep for dinner this week. Potatoes, shallots, carrots and salmon are spiced and baked then top with a delicious honey mustard sauce.
Honey Mustard Salmon Bites and Veggies
My one-pan meals have been both a reader favorite and family favorite for the last few months. They’re layered with so much flavor, and make clean-up so much easier.
This one-pan honey mustard salmon bites dish is a personal favorite. It’s made with seasoned salmon cubes, sliced potatoes, carrots and shallots. The veggies get seasoned and baked first, then the salmon cubes get added to finish baking in the pan.
Everything gets topped with a homemade honey mustard sauce for the most flavorful dinner.
My braiser-pan has been working overtime for these one-pan meals. It’s been the perfect dish to cook in and serve out of, and is so easy to clean.
This dish works well in a braiser pan, casserole dish or even on a sheet pan. It’s made with simple ingredients but is filled with flavor for an elevated dinner.
What you’ll need for honey mustard salmon bites
Salmon– I removed the skin off the salmon and cubed the fillet to 1″ cubes
Veggies– I used potatoes, carrots and shallots
Dijon mustard– I used a grainy mustard, but regular dijon will work great here
Honey- for a touch of sweetness
Spices- paprika, garlic powder, salt & pepper
Fresh parsley– for a pop of color
Homemade honey mustard sauce– made with mayonnaise, honey, mustard, apple cider vinegar, paprika and salt & pepper
- Start by tossing your sliced veggies with the olive oil and spices. Bake them on 400 F for 30 minutes, give them a flip and finish baking for another 10 minutes
- Season the salmon cubes with olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder, paprika, honey and mustard and let them marinate while the veggies cook
- After the veggies cook, add the salmon cubes to the pan with parsley and finish cooking for another 10-12 minutes
- Once ready, drizzle over the honey mustard sauce
Garnish the dish with lemon juice and extra parsley and serve as is or with your favorite sides. This one-pan dish is so delicious and packed with flavor, I know you guys are going to love it!