Ready in 30 minutes
Great grilled salmon with a nice maple and ginger taste.
"This was super yummy! I like a little more "kick" so I added 1 tsp of crushed red peppers to the sauce. OMG gooooood! I served it with roasted sweet and spicy brussels sprouts. This is a favorite now for sure. "- Sugarpie76
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Top-ranked recipe named "Spicy Maple Broiled Salmon"
In a small saucepan over medium heat, combine maple syrup, water, ginger root, garlic and salt. Heat until mixture reaches a gentle boil, stirring occasionally. Reduce heat to low and simmer until sauce is reduced to approx. 1/2 cup. Cool.
Place salmon fillets on the broiler pan and season with salt and pepper. Broil in a preheated broiler about 4 in. from heat surce for 4 minutes. Remove from broiler, bursh with sauce and broil again until the salmon flakes easily, aout 6 mor minutes.
The general rule of thumb for cooking fish is 10 minutes per inch.
Great tasting fish. I didn't have ginger root so used powdered ginger and cut the amount in half. I'll definitely be making this one again.
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psychlohexane 3 months agoTurned out really good. I recommend using some foil because any of the syrup sauce that got on the pan and then got broiled was pretty hard to get off the pan.
Sugarpie76 1 year agoThis was super yummy! I like a little more 'kick' so I added 1 tsp of crushed red peppers to the sauce. OMG gooooood! I served it with roasted sweet and spicy brussels sprouts. This is a favorite now for sure.
Lindaharer 2 years agoThis is a wonderful recipe. Good enough for guests.
ritaktuominen 2 years agoEasy but very tasty sauce. We really enjoyed peaces of caramelisized ginger with salty fish. Excellent!
apetnuch 2 years agovery good
punkie569 2 years agoSimple and delicious. Didn't find it spicy at all but the flavour was really nice. Will definitely keep this one handy.
Robusmc 3 years agoEasy, excellent, 5 stars!
RobDarrah 3 years agoExcellent , im not a big fan of broiled fish , but this makes a difference
Adamc1999 3 years agoLiked this berry much, substituted Ginger for a goner soy sauce I had on hand. Excellent taste!
Sheila456 3 years agoEveryone loved this fish dish!! My son and friends love it too, wanted recipe!
Kittinluv 4 years agoCame out really good! Thinking about theying the glaze on a few other things! Loved the way the syrup made my house smell too!
opalfire8 5 years agoVery good, thumbs up! I left the ginger in the sauce instead of straining it (I love ginger).
hwaynek7 7 years ago5 stars for ease and flavor. Saute shrimp in the leftover sauce with butter and garlic while salmon cooked. Liked as is. Will make again. Thanks!
RKG1 7 years agoGreat tasting fish. I didn't have ginger root so used powdered ginger and cut the amount in half. I'll definitely be making this one again. [I posted this recipe.]