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These Salmon Foil Packets are quick and easy to make! The perfect way to make juicy and flavorful salmon baked in foil packets, in the oven, in just 20 minutes.

Serve it with pasta or rice, alongside steamed broccoli or roasted asparagus.

If you are a beginner cook or need something quick and easy, with minimal prep and mess to clean up afterward, these Salmon Foil Packets are for you! This simple technique is great for any cut of the fish, even the inexpensive ones. It’s an easy way to cook salmon, especially if want to make a delicious and impressive meal. You can cook it in the oven or on the grill.


  • salmon: any cut or size
  • lemon: fresh, sliced thin
  • garlic: fresh minced or grated
  • butter: I used unsalted
  • salt and pepper

salmon packets ingredients Salmon Foil Packets

How to bake salmon in foil packets?

  • Start by preheating the oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Prepare sheets of aluminum foil, one per piece of…

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