Crock Pot Salmon Fillets and Asian Style Vegetables

(Weight Watchers Friendly Crock Pot Cooking Day 95)

This crock pot salmon fillets with Asian style vegetables is a favorite.

I’ve made it 2 or 3 times since beginning this year of slow cooking adventure.

I kept waiting to get a better picture before posting it.

But that’s not likely to happen because it’s too dark for me to get a photo by the time we eat dinner and there is never enough left when we are finished :-)

This crock pot salmon fillets and Asian style vegetables is a perfect dinner for two.

Crock Pot Salmon Fillets

Slow Cooker Salmon Fillets with Asian Vegetables

The idea comes from a recipe for Crock Pot Salmon Fillets and Green Beans  I saw on A Year of Slow Cooking. Steph was right, crock pot salmon fillets turn out moist and flavorful!

This is the kind of dish that is best made on a day when you are around to check on it so you don’t end up with overcooked salmon.


Crock Pot Salmon Fillets and Vegetables
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Easy, healthy and delicious crock pot salmon fillets and vegetables in a tasty Asian style sauce
Recipe type: Main
Serves: 2
  • 10 ounces salmon fillets
  • 1 package frozen Asian stir fry vegetable blend (12 to 16 ounces)
  • Salt & Pepper
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon sesame seeds, optional
  1. I used my 1-1/2-Quart crock pot.
  2. Dump the frozen vegetables in the slow cooker.
  3. Season the salmon with salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Place salmon on top of the vegetables.
  5. Mix together the soy sauce, honey and lemon juice and drizzle over the salmon.
  6. Drizzle with sesame seeds, if using.
  7. Cover and cook on LOW 2 to 3 hours, until the salmon is done to your liking. I'm a huge salmon lover, so like it on the just barely done side and cooked mine about 2-1/2 hours.
  8. Serve with brown rice, if desired.
  9. Drizzle everything with the sauce from the slow cooker.
Martha's Notes
Nutritional Estimates Per Serving (1/2 fish and vegetables): 190 calories, 6.8 g fat, 16.4 g carbs, 2.5 g fiber, 16.7 g protein and *5 Weight Watchers Points Plus

 Source: Adapted from A Year of Slow Cooking

If you liked crock pot salmon fillets you might also like:

Quick Easy Salmon Patties
Salmon & Lentil Salad
Prosciutto Wrapped Cod

*PointsPlus® for slow cooker salmon fillets calculated by Simple Nourished Living; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc.

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  1. says

    Martha, I found your blog when a friend “shared” the information on FB. I have just spent the last hour browsing through past blogs/recipes. To say I am excited is a huge understatement! I’ve been a fan of crock pots long before they were “cool”. I would much rather spend a little time each morning throwing ingredients in the slow cooker…knowing that when supper time arrives I can just relax and enjoy the meal. Your approach to combining the use of our crock pots and producing WW friendly meals….well….let’s just say the timing couldn’t be more perfect! Having just celebrated my 50th birthday and 25th wedding anniversary…I realize that I have slowly added 50 pounds over the past 25 years of marriage. Time to do something about that little problem! :) :) I’m excited to start following your blog and to start marking all of these delicious looking recipes. Thanks for sharing this journey!

    • says

      Hi Liz,

      So glad you found your way to my site and crock pot cooking project! I too have been a fan of the slow cooker. It just fits my approach to life. I love what you said about spending some time in the morning so you can relax and enjoy the meal later. That’s exactly how I feel! Congrats on your birthday (I turned 50 earlier this year too) and anniversary!!
      I hope my recipes help you shed a few of those extra pounds easily and deliciously :-)

  2. Shirley says

    I will definitely try this. I too am a salmon lover. Only thing is I put frozen veggies in my crock pot last week and about an hour into the cooking time I heard a pop. Yep the crock cracked. 70.00 to replace! I did contact kitchenaid and they told me never to put anything frozen in a slow cooker for just that reason. Guess I missed that page in the manual! Bummer!

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