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!!!"
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 1y agoit is delicious! my biys loved this dish, will definitely make it again.
Zinette_2008 1y agoSorry. I'm an amateur cook. May I ask on what degree Celsius shd I broil it at?
pmass 1y agoAwesomely good!! The thin crispy ends of the salmon were the best part. Paired it with spinach saut?ed with EVER and garlic.
shanabidwellschaefer 1y agoLoved it. Super easy.
shanabidwellschaefer 2y ago
vuthear17 2y agoMy household have different taste buds when it comes to food... We definitely agree this is delicious!
bspiller 2y agoI tried to grill it instead of in the oven. Glaze didn't absorb as well, but still very good.
venessa_prohaska 2y ago
HokieChick 2y 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 3y agoSuper easy, but I agree with it being too sweet. I added some chilis the second time round to balance it.