Sticky, tangy, sweet and savory glazed salmon paired with thinly sliced, crisp yet tender brussels sprouts.  This Sheet Pan Dijon & Honey Glazed Salmon with Brussels Sprouts is healthy, delicious, only requires a handful of ingredients and can be on the table in 25 minutes!

Sheet Pan Dijon & Honey Glazed Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Hey hey haaay, friends!  Happy, happy, joy, joy to another marvelous Monday.  Psych!  <- Anyone else remember when that word was hip?

Wait.  That word WAS hip way back when… right?

Anyways, how was everyone’s weekend?  I hope it was fall FABULOUS.  And with any luck you spent it chillin’ out, maxin’, relaxin’ all cool.  Possibly shootin’ some B-ball outside of the school.

Name that TV show and I’ll give you a cookie.

Moving on.  Our weekend was just dandy.  I spent the majority of it working on the last few Thanksgiving dishes for zee blog.  Let’s just say a LOT of Turkey Day deliciousness will be coming to a No Spoon Necessary near you, immediately after Halloween.

High five to anticipation.

Sheet Pan Dijon & Honey Glazed Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

However, fair warning – none of those Thanksgiving dishes will involve stuffing (errr dressing?).

You see Boy’s birthday falls on the day RIGHT before T-day this year.  And he absolutely loathes stuffing.

I know, I KNOW.  Such a travesty.  It’s like culinary blasphemy if you ask me.  But, since his big day is SO close to Thanksgiving, and I am a super awesome wife, one of his birthday gifts is not having to endure stuffing this year.

So this means no stuffing for you.  Kidding!

If you love stuffing (like me!), I made a mean croissant stuffing last year and a killer, more traditional cornbread stuffing the year before.  So if stuffing is your jam, go peep those.  Post haste.

Anyways, I’ve gone totally off topic.  Blonde hair will do that to you.

I’ll get to today’s dish now.

sheet-pan-dijon-honey-glazed-salmon-with-shredded-brussels-sprouts-14Sheet Pan Dijon & Honey Glazed Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Sheet Pan Dijon & Honey Glazed Salmon with Shaved Brussels Sprouts

Sheet pan dinners are like a magical culinary gift you can give to yourself (and your family).

I mean, they are stupid easy AND relatively fool proof.  PLUS only one pan to clean… or no pan to clean if you use aluminum foil, which is always winning in my world.

And this sheet pan dinner is seriously scrumptious AND super healthy, my friends!

Sticky, tangy, sweet and savory glazed succulent salmon paired with delicate, thinly sliced, smoky, crisp yet tender brussels sprouts.  Flavor bomb dot com.

This salmon and brussels sprouts sheet pan dinner has become my go-to for hectic week nights.

Let’s discuss how it all goes down-

Shred the sprouts and pat the salmon dry.  Place them each on one half of a sheet pan.

Mix together the Dijon and honey topping, reserving ¼ of a cup (and adding fresh thyme) to use as a glaze later.  Generously slather the Dijon and honey mixture on top of the salmon.

Bake in a preheated oven for 10 minutes.  Remove.  Brush the reserved glaze on the salmon and toss the sprouts.  Return to the oven and continue cooking for 2-5 minutes or until salmon is cooked to your desired level of doneness.

Done and DONE.  Go pour yourself a glass of wine, because you just ROCKED dinner.

Sheet Pan Dijon & Honey Glazed Salmon with Brussels Sprouts Sheet Pan Dijon & Honey Glazed Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Recipe Notes:

  1. If you can’t find a whole salmon filet, or simply don’t want to use one, do not fret!  You can absolutely substitute 4 (6 ounce) filets instead.  However, if your filets are thick, keep in mind you will need to cook your salmon for a bit longer.  I recommend keeping an eye on your brussels sprouts.  If they are roasted to your liking before the salmon is, remove them from the oven while the salmon finishes cooking.  Just transfer them to a serving bowl and tent with aluminum foil to keep them warm.
  2. The brussels sprouts taste amazing tossed with the Dijon and honey mixture.  There is plenty of mixture, so if you want to remove a few tablespoons to toss with the sprouts, DO it!
  3. The length of time the salmon needs to cook in the oven depends on your preference and the thickness of your salmon.  I cooked mine for a total of 13 minutes and it was cooked exactly to my liking, medium (145 degrees).

Sheet Pan Dijon & Honey Glazed Salmon with Brussels Sprouts Sheet Pan Dijon & Honey Glazed Salmon with Brussels Sprouts

Only one pan, a handful of easy steps and 25 minutes stand between you and this scrumptious sheet pan dinner.  So what are you waiting for?  Tick tock, tick tock.  Go do the dang thang!

Until Thursday friends, cheers – to impossibly easy meals.

-xoxo-

Cheyanne

5.0 from 14 reviews
Sheet Pan Dijon & Honey Glazed Salmon with Brussels Sprouts
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Serves: 4
 
Ingredients
  • 1 (about 1 ½-2 pounds) Whole, Skin-on Salmon Filet* - pin bones removed
  • ¼ Cup Honey
  • ¼ Cup Stone Ground Dijon Mustard
  • 1 tsp Fresh Ginger – grated
  • 1 clove of Garlic – minced
  • ⅛ tsp Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
  • 1 tsp Fresh Thyme – finely chopped, plus more for garnish
  • 1 pound Brussels Sprouts – thinly sliced
  • Kosher Salt & Ground Black Pepper
  • Lemon – sliced, for serving (optional)
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper or aluminum foil for easy clean up. Add brussels sprouts to pan and drizzle with olive oil. Toss to coat and push sprouts to one side of the baking sheet.
  2. Pat salmon dry using paper towels and place salmon next to the sprouts on the baking sheet. Season salmon and sprouts generously with salt and pepper.
  3. In a small bowl mix together the honey, mustard, ginger, garlic and red pepper flakes. Whisk until well combined and smooth. Transfer ¼ cup of mixture to a small bowl to use as a glaze and stir in thyme. Set glaze aside and reserve to use later.
  4. Brush the Dijon-maple mixture generously on top of the salmon.
  5. Bake: Transfer salmon and sprouts to the oven and bake for 10 minutes. Remove salmon from oven and brush reserved glaze on top. Toss brussels sprouts for even roasting. Return to oven and continue to bake for 2-5 minutes or until salmon is cooked through (to an internal temperature of 145 degrees F).
  6. Remove from oven and transfer brussels to a serving bowl or plates. Allow the salmon to rest for a few minutes before cutting into desired portions. Serve with lemon slices and fresh thyme if desired. Enjoy.
Notes
1. You can substitute 4 (6 ounce) filets instead of one whole salmon filet. However, if your filets are thick, keep in mind you will need to cook your salmon for a lot longer. I recommend keeping an eye on your brussels sprouts and removing them from the oven while the salmon finishes cooking. Just transfer them to a serving bowl and tent with aluminum foil to keep them warm.

2. The length of time the salmon needs to cook in the oven depends on your preference and the thickness of your salmon. I cooked mine for a total of 13 minutes and it was cooked exactly to my liking, medium (145 degrees).

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Sheet Pan Dijon & Honey Glazed Salmon with Brussels Sprouts