I gathered my ingredients and got to work!
Sorry to disappoint, but this recipe is so easy there really aren't many pictures to show. I put everything except the salmon in a corning ware dish not quite as large as Martha recommends. After baking for 20 minutes, I lowered the oven temp and added the salmon.
Here's the end result.
And my plate with a little fresh basil garnish.
Accessibility & Cost of Ingredients: I splurged and got fancy wild caught sockeye salmon from Whole Foods. You should be able to get all ingredients fairly reasonably priced at your big box grocery store.
Clean Up: Super simple, everything went into the dishwasher. Actually, initially, I just threw the lid on my corning ware dish and used it as food storage to put off clean up for a few days.
Preparation & Cooking Time: Yet again, I've managed to lose my cooking notes, but I think the times given are fairly accurate in the recipe assuming you don't need to take out the pin bones of the salmon filets.
The Paleo Review: Thumbs Up! What a simple joy of a recipe. It's so simple that the quality of salmon I purchased was worth it was there was no where for any of the flavors to hide. I highly recommend this dish. Yum!