Broccoli Breadcrumb Baked Salmon with Butternut Squash Noodles (on KitchenAid!)

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Broccoli Breadcrumb Baked Salmon with Butternut Squash Noodles

Broccoli Breadcrumb Baked Salmon with Butternut Squash Noodles

Merry Christmas Eve! If you celebrate Christmas, I hope you’re putting milk and cookies out there tonight. 

If you’re an Italian American like me, Christmas Eve dinner is bigger than Thanksgiving. It usually includes a lot of fish. Like, seven different fishes.

Broccoli Breadcrumb Baked Salmon with Butternut Squash Noodles

This post has nothing to do with the Feast of Seven Fishes, but I had to get a bit nostalgic, it being Christmas and all. I posted for KitchenAid (yipee!) on their blog The Kitchenthusiast. I posted up a Broccoli Breadcrumb Baked Salmon with Butternut Squash Noodles. You can find that recipe here.

Broccoli Breadcrumb Baked Salmon with Butternut Squash Noodles

Broccoli Breadcrumbs. You must make these in 2014. Or now. They are so delicious, it’s sinful. You can leave out the bread and just use the broccoli and parmesan cheese and they are still phenomenal. The roasted broccoli is deeply flavorful. It’s also an easy way to add some interest to salmon.

Broccoli Breadcrumb Baked Salmon with Butternut Squash Noodles

Have a very very very Merry Christmas tomorrow and a wonderful Christmas Eve evening. I hope Santa places a spiralizer or my cookbook under your tree or in your stocking this year. 

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3 comments

Joanne says:
I've put broccoli breadcrumbs on mac and cheese but this whole salmon business has opened up a whole new breadcrumb world to me! Off to check out the post!
carolina villalon says:
My butternut squash does not spiralize at all, comes out in clonks, breaks or doesn't come out in strips rather in a large slice that is indented with lines but not cut through.
Kitchen aid fan says:
The key is to cut off the bulbous end and only use the straight end of the squash.

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