Creole Kick Carnival

Honey Creole Salmon

Honey Creole Salmon

If you're looking for a dish that's quick, flavorful, and promises a culinary adventure, our Honey Creole Salmon is the answer! Within 15 minutes, a feast of sockeye salmon fillets swathed in honey, butter, garlic, and a spritz of lime can be yours. All of these are elevated to new heights with the special zing from our Creole Kick Carnival spice blend, available exclusively at Flora and Mana. Topped off with fresh lime slices, spicy jalapeños, and aromatic cilantro, this dish delivers an explosion of taste!


Honey Creole Salmon



  • 1 Sockeye salmon fillet
  • 3-4 tbsp of butter
  • 2 tbsp of honey
  • 4 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 2 tbsp of fresh cilantro, chopped
  • 4 tbsp (1/4 cup) of lime juice
  • 1 1/2 tbsp of Creole Kick Carnival seasoning from Flora and Mana
  • Salt to taste



  • Fresh lime slices
  • Fresh slices of jalapeños
  • Chopped cilantro


Preparation Steps:

  1. Rinse the salmon with lemon or lime juice.
  2. Dry the salmon fillets using a paper towel, and lightly season with a dash of salt.
  3. Over medium heat in a large skillet, allow the butter to melt.
  4. Incorporate the honey into the melted butter, stirring till well blended.
  5. Add the minced garlic and Creole Kick seasoning into the skillet, and sauté until the fragrance of garlic wafts through.
  6. Place the salmon fillets into the pan, ensuring they are well immersed in the honey-butter-garlic mixture.
  7. Drizzle lime juice all over the salmon fillets.
  8. Let the salmon cook for about 4 minutes on each side, occasionally basting them with the honey-butter-garlic mixture. Adjust your cooking time based on the thickness of your fillets and your preferred doneness.
  9. Once the salmon is cooked to your preference, remove the skillet from heat.
  10. Just before serving, garnish the salmon fillets with fresh chopped cilantro, slices of lime, and jalapeños.


Delight in the tantalizing taste of your Honey Creole Salmon!


Note: Keep an eye not to overcook the salmon. The ideal texture is flaky and slightly pink in the center. For an extra burst of flavor, you could add the cilantro and jalapeños in the final 2 minutes of cooking.

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