Ready in 15 minutes
A sweet glaze for Salmon with Brown Sugar & Dijon Mustard.
"Really tasty! Although I found it a little sweet.... Would use more mustard next time. Very easy & the salmon came out beautiful & moist. Served it with a roasted parm asparagus from big oven! Definitly foul line the pan!!!"- Jenjennifer
Top-ranked recipe named "Brown Sugar Salmon Glaze"
Mix brown sugar, dijon mustard, and ground ginger together into a bowl until they form a thick paste. Cover salmon filets with the paste. Broil in oven for 10-14 minutes.
helenyyu 1 month agoit is delicious! my biys loved this dish, will definitely make it again.
Zinette_2008 2 months agoSorry. I'm an amateur cook. May I ask on what degree Celsius shd I broil it at?
pmass 2 months agoAwesomely good!! The thin crispy ends of the salmon were the best part. Paired it with spinach saut?ed with EVER and garlic.
shanabidwellschaefer 4 months agoLoved it. Super easy.
shanabidwellschaefer 5 months ago
vuthear17 5 months agoMy household have different taste buds when it comes to food... We definitely agree this is delicious!
bspiller 7 months agoI tried to grill it instead of in the oven. Glaze didn't absorb as well, but still very good.
venessa_prohaska 9 months ago
HokieChick 12 months agoI used 1/8 cup of Splenda's Brown Sugar Blend instead of 1/4 cup of brown sugar to cut the sweetness the other reviews mentioned. I also cooked 3 salmon fillets. This recipe was so simple and tasted pretty good
Jenjennifer 1 year agoSuper easy, but I agree with it being too sweet. I added some chilis the second time round to balance it.