Total TimePrep/Total Time: 20 min.
Very flavorful! Sweet and spicy. And it was so easy to make. Very little time involved! I will make this again!
This is probably our #1 favorite salmon recipe; I prepare it at least once a month. I substitute Paul Prudhomme's Seafood Magic for the Cajun seasoning and cook the salmon only until it's medium-rare. Since I'm feeding just two people, I use two portions of salmon, half the orange marmalade and lime juice, and keep the recommended amounts of the other ingredients.
This was good, but I thought the lime juice was a bit overpowering - too sour. Next time I would cut it in half.
This was the best salmon recipe I have tried, definitely a keeper.
We really enjoyed this recipe and it was so easy to prepare from ingredients normally at hand.
Really liked the recipe! I made it according to the recipe except I heated the marmalade and lime in a saucepan separately. That way you could use what you wanted. Will definitely add lime zest to the sauce next time. Yes, a next time! :)
Nice combo of spicy and sweet. Good one!
<p>I did not have marmalade on hand, so I substituted juice of half an orange, sweetened with about 2 Tbsp honey. Maple syrup would also work. I wanted a thick sauce, so, after cooking the salmon, I took it out of the pan and kept warm. I added the juices and honey to the pan and cooked until thickened and reduced, about 2 minutes. I served the salmon over a bed of cranberry rice pilaf and poured the orange sauce over the whole dish. Excellent!</p>
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