Sheet Pan Moroccan Salmon

It's not a traditional recipe by any means, but uses common Moroccan spices like cinnamon, cumin and paprika. I paired it with some classic roasted vegetables, almonds and prunes for a delicious meal that's sweet, savoury and full of nutrition. Try this sheet pan meal in your weeknight dinner rotation!


-- Salmon -- Carrots -- Sweet Potato -- White Onion -- Cauliflower -- Spices -- Olive Oil -- Prunes -- Chopped Almonds -- Greek Yogurt -- Feta Cheese -- Cilantro -- Greek Powder

What do I serve with Moroccan salmon?

This meal is already pretty balanced on its own, but you can always serve it with some quinoa or couscous as a grain base.


This recipe is best eaten when fresh. If you have leftovers, they can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 days in an airtight container. To reheat, place the salmon and vegetables on a rimmed baking sheet and warm it for about 15 minutes at 275°F.

Top Tip

Be careful that you don’t overcook your salmon. Oven temperatures may vary slightly, so I recommend checking your salmon at the 12 minute mark. You'll know it is cooked with it is an opaque pink colour and flakes when touched with a fork.

Do I need to add the prunes?

I highly recommend adding them! This is not a traditional Moroccan recipe, however Moroccan cuisine typically includes dried fruit in main dishes like tagine. The natural sweetness of the fruit pairs really well with meats and fish- you need to try it!

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