Oyster Sauce Baked Salmon

June 7, 2021


I've been making baked salmon for dinner at least once a week since we're trying to eat healthy meals.  This baked salmon is so quick and easy to make and it's the perfect weeknight meal.

I made our baked salmon with roasted brussels sprouts on the side.  You can make any vegetable you like for this meal.

I first discovered oyster sauce last year when my daughter had her friend from college over.  I was happy with the idea that they wanted to cook our dinner.  They made shrimp with oyster and teriyaki sauce, vegetables, rice, and salad.  They made the most delicious tasting meal!

 I usually buy our salmon at Costco.  The salmon comes in a large piece.  I will cut the salmon up into smaller pieces and the rest of the salmon is wrapped and put in the freezer.  The salmon can easily be defrosted for a meal.  I also purchased the oyster sauce at Costco a few months ago.  I'm not sure if they still carry this oyster sauce.  

Below you can see how I prepared the salmon pieces before they were cooked in the oven.



salmon pieces
lemon juice
olive oil
oyster sauce
pepper to taste


Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.  Spray a sheet pan with cooking spray and add your salmon pieces to the pan.  Drizzle olive oil, lemon juice, and pepper to taste, to the salmon pieces.  Next spread a teaspoon of oyster sauce to the top of the salmon pieces.  Cook the salmon in the oven for about 25 to 30 minutes.  You can check the salmon after 25 minutes to see if it's done cooking.

NOTE:  You can look for the oyster sauce in your grocery store, Costco, or on Amazon.  Soon it'll be grilling season and we look forward to making salmon on the grill.

**  If you like brussels sprouts then you will love this easy-to-make recipe.

Yummy Baked Salmon!

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  1. That sounds like such a healthy and delicious meal! Costco is the best place to get salmon!

  2. Sounds yummy. Happy New Week Julie. xoxo

  3. I bet this tastes lovely, I'll have to try and find oyster sauce. Have a great week Julie. 😊

  4. My goodness! The pictures make my mouth water!!

  5. We enjoy salmon, and eat it at least once a week. This sounds yummy! Have a great week.

    1. Thanks Debbie we love the salmon cooked this way. Thanks for the visit and enjoy the week.

  6. I enjoy salmon and yours looks so good, Julie. I’ll have to check at Costco to see if mine carries the oyster sauce.

  7. Hubby would love this. Fish does not like me so I seldom eat it. My granddaughters all love salmon so I am saving this recipe. xo Diana

  8. Looks delicious, Julie! We love salmon.

  9. Thanks for the great recipe - we love salmon and I never heard of this sauce. I am going to look for it next time we get to Costco. I buy Costco frozen salmon and it is good - also ordered some from HSN and that was good, too. Thanks so much - always looking for new ways to prepare this healthy dish! Have a wonderful day !

    1. We love the salmon made this way and I hope you find the oyster sauce at Costco Ann. Thanks for the blog visit and enjoy the rest of the week.

  10. This looks so tasty, Julie. I would love to try :) Thanks so much for linking up to The Wednesday Link Up. I hope you can join us again tomorrow :) #TheWednesdayLinkUp

  11. So simple!! Seems the best dishes are this simple - Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party. Enjoy the rest of your week!

  12. You make me wish I liked salmon, yours looks amazing! I could eat roasted Brussels sprouts every night, one of my very favorites!

  13. Yummy salmon. I have been using oyster sauce for a long time. In my Chinese cooking and also my spring roll made with large egg roll wrappers and coleslaw. I love salmon, however my husband isn't crazy about it. I make Salmon en Pappillote for us sometimes.

  14. We buy a huge piece of salmon through BJ's each time we go and love to bake it up in new ways. This looks delicious.

  15. I don't like salmon but I do love oyster sauce! this looks like such an easy, tasty meal! :)

    Hope your week is going well and you have a nice weekend ahead of you :)

  16. I could eat salmon every day, with the oyster sauce you have given it an Asian flavour that would go down well here in Thailand for sure!
    Wren x


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