Ready in 30 minutes
Great grilled salmon with a nice maple and ginger taste.
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.
psychlohexane 2y 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 3y 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 4y agoThis is a wonderful recipe. Good enough for guests.
ritaktuominen 4y agoEasy but very tasty sauce. We really enjoyed peaces of caramelisized ginger with salty fish. Excellent!
apetnuch 4y agovery good
punkie569 4y agoSimple and delicious. Didn't find it spicy at all but the flavour was really nice. Will definitely keep this one handy.
Robusmc 5y agoEasy, excellent, 5 stars!
RobDarrah 5y agoExcellent , im not a big fan of broiled fish , but this makes a difference
Adamc1999 6y agoLiked this berry much, substituted Ginger for a goner soy sauce I had on hand. Excellent taste!
Sheila456 6y agoEveryone loved this fish dish!! My son and friends love it too, wanted recipe!