Ready in 3 hours
Maple syrup and apple juice provide the mildly sweet marinade for these salmon fillets. Whether they are broiled or grilled, the fillets glaze nicely when basted. Everyone I've served this to seems to love it. Kathy Schrecengost Oswego, New York
"I combined a couple of the ideas I read in earlier comments, and it was phenomenal, (even my 5 & 7yr olds liked it)! I baked the fish for 30mins, center-rack of oven & boiled the 1/2 cup of marinade that was set aside for basting, to use it as a sauce. I also believe it will be better to marinade it at least 3hrs if not longer since the sauce was really the main flavoring."- Jdog21276
Top-ranked recipe named "Maple Teriyaki Salmon Fillets"
In a bowl, combine the first five ingredients. Remove 1/2 cup for basting; cover and refrigerate. Pour remaining marinade into a large resealable plastic bag. Add salmon; seal bag and turn to coat. Refrigerate for 1-3 hours.
Drain and discard marinade. Broil salmon 4-in. from the heat for 5 minutes. Baste with reserved marinade. Broil 10 minutes longer or until fish flakes easily with fork, basting frequently
This made a great dinner. It easily rivals any other salmon dish I have tried. My wife loved it and I will definitely be making this one again.
spicegrl75 4 months agoDisappointing. Too sweet for fish.
Toweya 5 months agoFlavor doesn't penetrate
Smowtondia 6 months ago
lindaward1 7 months agoGreat flavour - will try baking next time
scottroy_ 10 months agoFollowed all instructions to a tee. Was hoping the marinade would have been a bit more prevolent in the final product - VERY subtle sweetness. Will try to bake instead of broil next time.
carrfamlin 11 month agoWe loved it. Not too sweet. My husband finally ate fish without tartar sauce!
kierarambur 1 year agoThe flavor was just perfect
Troutlouie 1 year agoMy son now eats salmon!!! He loves this recipe
kelsbu 1 year ago
lattedough 1 year agoBest cooked on grill not in oven.