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Try this Honey and Soy Glazed Salmon recipe, or contribute your own.
"My picky 12 year old son gave this a 4, but he very rarely gives my meals a 5. I will make this again though. I am getting better at pan frying but need more practice to keep the fish from sticking to the pan. I used a whole bag of salmon, so I should have made more sauce. I am not a big fan of salmon, but I actually enjoyed it. "
In a small bowl whisk together honey, soy sauce, lime juice, mustard, and water. In a small nonstick skillet heat oil over moderately high heat until hot but not smoking and cook salmon 2 to 3 minutes on each side, or until golden and just cooked through. Transfer salmon to 2 plates. Add honey glaze to skillet and simmer, 1 minute. Pour glaze over salmon. Recipe by: Gourmet Magazine February 1997 page 120 Posted to JEWISH-FOOD digest V97 #032 by Linda Shapiro
joannaandersonwilkinson 1y ago
amandaweber2012 1y agoReally delicious! I added a tiny bit of siracha in the glaze. The little kick made it perfect for me!
SakiLove 2y agoThis glaze is AMAZING. I seasoned the fish a lot more than the recipe called. And I made additional glaze. The glaze is a little thin and watery so it does not sit on the fish as I would prefer but still delicious and still five stars.
Valerie411 2y agoSuch a great salmon recipe! Sauce was watery, but instead of pouring it over I brushed it over the salmon
AESG 2y agoI used low salt soy sauce and cooked the glaze longer to thicken it.
amberdey 2y agoAbsolutely delicious!! I was surprised that I had all the ingredients and OH MY GOSH it was good! This is definitely one of our new favorites! Seriously if you do this correctly (which I found to be super easy) it is going to be phenomenal! Seriously YUM!
kwerlin 2y agoMuch too salty for our taste.
rmartin7141 2y agoSauce could have been a little thicker for my taste, but otherwise very tasty!
KK66 2y agoLove it! I add a little brown sugar.
wormsmakedirtt 3y agoVery simple and easy to make.