Baked Salmon with Ramps

As  you can see, I am still using up some of those ramps. I literally went on a ramp cooking frenzy – trying to work the flavor of the ramps in to anything possible. You see, ramp season is only around for a short time. You need to take advantage of the Spring season for these wild leeks as much as possible.

I recently picked up some amazing salmon. I had a bit over a pound of salmon, and it being so perfect and so fresh, I knew I had to cook it just right.


I made up a mixture of garlic, lemon juice, salt, pepper, honey and chopped ramps. I rubbed the mixture on the salmon and placed it in the oven. It was that simple!

The simple seasoning, along with the fabulous chopped ramps, gave this dish a wonderful flavor. To round it all out, I served the salmon over a bed of wasabi microgreens. This was an amazing dinner.



Baked Salmon with Ramps
Recipe type: Main Course, Fish
  • 1½ lb. salmon filets
  • juice of one lemon
  • rind of ½ lemon
  • 4 ramps, trimmed and chopped
  • 2 cloves garlic, chopped
  • 2 tbsp. honey
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 tsp. sea salt
  • 2 tsp. fresh ground pepper
  • 1 tsp. red pepper flakes (optional)
  1. Preheat the oven to 375.
  2. Place the salmon in a baking dish
  3. Sprinkle the salmon with salt and pepper
  4. Mix together the lemon juice, olive oil and honey
  5. Stir in the chopped garlic
  6. Pour the mixture over the salmon
  7. Add the red pepper flakes (if desired)
  8. Sprinkle the chopped ramps and lemon rind all over the top of the salmon
  9. Bake the salmon at 375 for about 13 minutes - check on the salmon. You don't want to overcook it.
  10. I served this salmon over some wasabi microgreens, but you can serve however you'd like
  11. Enjoy!


About Hindy Garfinkel


  1. i love salmon and i love ramps! will have to add this to my list of salmon recipes to make this summer

  2. Wasn’t able to find ramps at all this year! This looks wonderful. I love salmon almost any way.

  3. Sarah Klinkowitz says

    Would you say they have a stronger flavor than leeks? Never tasted, would like to know before I buy some (if I can get them!)

    • They have a completely different flavor than leeks. More interchangeable with scallions. I think you will have to wait until next Spring to try ramps.

  4. More ramps! Love it

  5. Alison @ Alibabka says

    Lovin the ramps! So inspired to try them!

  6. Whitney @ Jewhungry says

    You and your ramps! You’ve brought ramps into my life — thank you Hindy!

  7. Chanie@BusyInBrooklyn says

    Simple, easy and delicious – just the way I like my salmon!

  8. Never cooked with ramps, intrigued…!

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