Buttery Lemon Salmon with Dill

As a mother, when its suddenly dinner time, and you've spent your day chasing a toddler, making dinner can sneak up on you. Easy, simple, go to healthy recipes are a must. This meal makes it to our dinner table regularly. It's simple, satisfying, and good for you. Butter, lemon, and dill go better together than peanut butter and jelly in my opinion. You really can't mess this up. 

2 fresh salmon filets
1 lemon
2 springs of dill 
1 tablespoon butter
Salt & Pepper 

What you will do is thaw your fish if it's frozen according to the package instructions. Take your raw fish and place it on some tin foil. You want enough foil around the fish that you can tent it while it cooks. Salt and Pepper your fish. Then take your butter and slice it into thin little squares. Slice your lemon, place the lemon on top of the fish, place your butter on top of the lemon, place your dill on top of that. Tent your fish and then cook it in your oven for 30 minutes at 400 degrees. So simple! 

The fish will be fall apart tender, with a lovely sweet butterly flavor. It won't taste fishy at all, just wonderful savory omega 3 goodness. My husband says he can just feel his brain getting smarter when we eat this. Hopefully you can too.