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Oven-Baked Salmon Foil Pack with Shrimp

Oven-Baked Salmon Foil Pack with Shrimp

OMG! This Oven-Baked Salmon Foil Pack is so delicious! One day I was in the mood for experimenting and came up with this easy recipe and it’s actually pretty healthy!


Oven-Baked Salmon Foil Pack with Shrimp

Oven-Baked Salmon Foil Pack with Shrimp

As I said earlier, I was in the mood for seafood and felt like experimenting. I love baked salmon and shrimp, but I usually cook them separately with different seasoning.

This time, I decided to put them both in a foil pack together.

I was so amazed at how good it was!

Since then, I’ve made it the exact same way every time.

If you love salmon and shrimp, you will love this recipe!

With a touch of sweetness and a hint of salt, this is the easiest recipe to throw together.

Done in 15 minutes!!


It only takes 15 minutes to bake!

Ingredients for making Oven Baked Salmon Foil Packs with Shrimp

Ingredients for “Oven-Baked Salmon Foil Packs”

Serving size = 1

(Calories, fat, carbs, & protein include the sides)

558 calories / 7.5 gr fat / 76.3 gr carbs / 46.1 gr protein

Print Recipe: Oven-Baked Salmon Foil Pack with Shrimp

  • 4-ounce Salmon Filet (Fresh or Frozen)
  • 4-ounce Medium Shrimp (Fresh or Frozen; peeled and deveined
  • 2-tablespoons Tamari Lite
  • 1-tablespoon honey
  • Lemon Pepper Seasoning – Per taste preference
  • Olive Oil or Canola Oil Cooking Spray
  • Thick aluminum foil


For the sides, I use;

Frozen Broccoli Florets or preferred vegetable (steamable)

Garlic & Olive Oil Jasmine Rice


How to Prepare

How to Prepare

Step 1

  • Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
  • Tear off a sheet of aluminum foil; approximately 12″ x 12″.
  • Spray the foil with the cooking spray.
  • Place salmon filet on foil, skin side down.
  • Place shrimp on foil with salmon.
  • Add 2 tablespoons of Tamari Lite (Gluten-Free soy sauce).
  • Add 1 tablespoon of honey.
  • Sprinkle the salmon filet and shrimp with Lemon Pepper seasoning.
  • Tightly seal foil so that no steam can escape the foil pack.
  • Place on a cookie sheet.
  • Put in the oven and set a timer for 15 minutes.


Frozen Broccoli FloretsGarlic & Olive Oil Jasmine Rice

Step 2

  • While the foil packs bake, start preparing the sides. (I like eating mine with steamed broccoli  or mixed vegetables and Garlic & Olive Oil Jasmine Rice).
  • Microwave the frozen broccoli for about 6 minutes. (Time can vary depending on the microwave.)
  • Microwave the Jasmine rice; (I use Mahatma jasmine rice, which cooks in 90 seconds in the microwave)

Step 3

  • When the foil pack is done, gently open the foil up and remove the fish and shrimp from the juices and put on a plate.
  • Add rice and broccoli.

Eat and Enjoy!




Oven-Baked Salmon Foil Pack with Shrimp


Nutrition Facts:

Nutrition Facts Garlic & Olive Oil Jasmine Rice / 1 cup Broccoli Florets / 1 cup Oven-Baked Salmon Foil Pack with Shrimp / 4 oz each
Calories 260 25 273
Total Fat 3 gr 0 gr 4.5 gr
Saturated Fat 0.5 gr 0 gr 1.5 gr
Cholesterol 0 mg 0 mg 180 mg
Sodium 390 mg 10 mg 1750.8 mg
Carbohydrates 54 gr 5 gr 17.3 gr
Sugars 0 gr 1 gr 17.2 gr
Protein 4 gr 3 gr 39.1 gr
Potassium 0 mg 120 mg 460.9 mg
Fiber 2 gr 3 gr 0 gr
Calcium 0 mg 28 mg 12 mg





Hello, I'm Devara. Thanks for stopping by!

Authors Note

Thanks so much for stopping by. I truly hope that you enjoy this recipe as much as I do. The ingredients I used, work very well together.

After baking 15 minutes in the oven, both the salmon and shrimp are cooked perfectly. They are moist and delicious!

I would love to hear your thoughts about this recipe if you make it. Please leave comments and opinions in the section below.

If you adjust the recipe in any way, please share it with us. I love trying new things!



About The Author


I live in North Carolina and I recently graduated in May 2017, from Davidson County Community College with a degree in Network and Cyber Security. I love working on websites and doing research which brings me here. I didn’t know much about fitness and everything involved in it to be fit. I soon realized that being in my 40’s and staying in shape is going to take a lot more work and support. That’s when I decided to build my website around my personal problem areas, with hopes that I will not only get rid of mine, but help others as well.


  1. Sandra

    Oh my goodness!! So exciting to find this recipe as I was waiting for my prawns to defrost :).
    I have some salmon so out of the freezer with that too ! Love your ideas
    I have made tabouli this evening already (without bulgur – less carbs – gluten free ) so you have made my dinner see even more exciting – thank you

    • Devara

      Hello Sandra,
      Yes! This is one of my favorite recipe creations! I think I could eat it twice a week and not get tired of it!
      I’m glad you enjoyed this article and hope your dinner turns out perfect. I would love to hear what you think after you try it.
      Looking forward to hearing about it!
      Thanks for your feedback!
      Best of health,


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