Easy Glazed Salmon
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
I made this tonight only I used Agave syrup instead of brown sugar. I cut up ring pineapple from a small can and added it to the sauce. I also use tamari instead of soy sauce. Not really big changes. It was the best salmon I have had in 10 years. Next time I may add a little grated ginger. Mmmmmmm! : )
This is very good. I do feel like it could benefit from some more seasonings, though, as another reviewer mentioned--some pepper and onion come to mind. The glaze is thin, and so baked into the fish, which was wonderful, but I figured it would be nice to have a thickened glaze to spoon on top of the fish when it was done, as well as on the wild rice blend I cooked to go with the salmon. So when I mixed up the glaze ingredients, I increased all three of them, and after I spooned what was needed onto the salmon on the baking sheet, I put the rest into a small saucepan, along with some pineapple tidbits (I got the juice from their can) and heated it over high heat while the fish was baking to reduce it to a thicker glaze. This was wonderful topping both the salmon and the rice.
I have made this recipe many times and changed it up at times this is great! You must try it!
Just made this for dinner tonight. Perfect terriaki glaze. Though it took a little longer than 25 min to cook but my oven sucks. Definitely a keeper.
Tasted wonderful. I added fresh pineapple on top. Was a wonderful addition!!!
Very easy and tasty recipe! Loved it! I will definately make it again.
I found this too be very tasty and my husband liked it too. I will cook it again tomorrow, but will have to improvise orange pineapple juice instead. I'm never afraid to try something new or switch ingredients with something I have on hand that will mingle well with the other ingredients. No need to look further for a salmon recipe. Thanks!
My family found this pretty tasteless, which is a shame considering the cost of salmon!