Foolproof Baked Salmon in Parchment Paper

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[Editor's Note: If you've ever been concerned about cooking fish correctly, then I recommend you give this recipe a try. It's one of the fastest and most foolproof ways to cook fish, because the parchment paper (or foil, if you don't have parchment paper on hand) traps in the juices, keeping the fish moist throughout the cooking process. It's delicious, easy, and a breeze to clean up! --Genie]

Baked Salmon in Parchment Paper

Life and work have both been really busy lately and I’ve had little time to spend in the kitchen, so this salmon in parchment has been a dish I will turn to when I want something fast and I want something homemade…and I don’t want a mess to clean up afterward. You can use whatever fish you prefer and whatever vegetables you have on hand.

Salmon in Parchment Paper

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