Roasted Quince, Fennel, Tangerine and Parsnip over a Honey-Baked Salmon Filet Recipe Video

Holly shows you one way to cook with a quince, a delicious fruit that tastes like both an apple and a pear.


Preparation Time25 MinCooking Time50 Min
Ready In1 Hr 15 MinDifficulty LevelEasy
Health IndexHealthyCuisine
MethodMain Ingredient
Interest GroupHealthy


For roasted vegetables and fruits
 Quince1 Medium, cored and cut in 1/2" chunks
 Fennel bulb1 , sliced roughly
 Tangerine2 Medium (you can use orange or lemon)
 Parsnip2 Medium
 Olive oil4 Tablespoon, divided
 Sea salt To Taste
 Fresh rosemary/Dried rosemary1 Teaspoon
 Pepper To Taste
For salmon
 Salmon filet1 Medium
 Honey2 Tablespoon

Nutrition Facts

Serving size: Complete recipe

Calories 1605 Calories from Fat 703

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 79 g122.1%

Saturated Fat 12.5 g62.5%

Trans Fat 0 g

Cholesterol 232.5 mg

Sodium 551.4 mg23%

Total Carbohydrates 141 g46.9%

Dietary Fiber 25.8 g103.1%

Sugars 52.9 g

Protein 99 g197.9%

Vitamin A 38.3% Vitamin C 246.4%

Calcium 38.5% Iron 40.5%

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet


1. Preheat the oven to 400°F.
2. Using a sharp knife cut the tangerine in half and then slice each half in ¼ inch slices.
3. Cut parsnip into half lengthwise and then roughly chop them.

4. In aluminium foil lined baking sheet, place fennel, tangerines, parsnip and quince, and spread in single layer.
5. Drizzle 2 tablespoons of olive and sprinkle sea salt. pepper and rosemary on top and stir to coat the vegetables.
6. Cover the vegetable and fruits with aluminium foil on the top and roast in oven for 20 minutes.
7. Remove the foil and roast for more 20 minutes.

8. In aluminium foil lined baking sheet, place the salmon fillet and sprinkle it with remaining olive oil, salt, pepper and honey on each side.
9. Bake in the oven for 10 minutes or until the fish flakes easily with fork.

10. Serve the salmon with the side of roasted vegetables and fruits.

Editors Review

Want an interesting topping for your baked salmon? Then watch this video and learn to make a tasty topping with quince, a yummy fruit that not a lot of people know how to handle. Be one of the lucky few!