My favorite salmon recipe... Made it countless times & always to rave reviews. Relatively simple recipe for a great result!
Barbecue Roasted Salmon
SonyaME Posted: 12/22/08
EllieBellie Posted: 07/16/09
Wasn't really impressed with this one, which was surprising after reading all of the 5* reviews. Oh well, to each his own, I guess!
guamgirl Posted: 05/12/09
I have cooked this for years, sometimes I use the lemon rind, sometimes I don't. I seldom have time to marinate, though this does provide more flavor. My family loves salmon, and my daughter was weaned on this recipe. It is sweet and savory. Use plenty of the spice mixture, it carmelizes wonderfully! On the grill I use foil, and cook for about 12 minutes at 400.
cjbuddy Posted: 03/14/10
Very good! I don't make salmon a lot, but will be making it more often now! This was super easy and I didn't change a thing. Looking forward to trying this on the grill when it's warmer.
Kingsroadqueen Posted: 06/08/11
This dish is absolutely delicious. I have made it several times for dinner parties, and everyone raved about it. You can eliminate the marinating step if you're in a hurry, but I definitely recommend the hour in the juices (don't leave in the juice any longer or the fish will start to "cook"). I have followed this recipe exactly, and I have also plank grilled it on my gas BBQ (my personal favorite as the wood plank gives the fish a wonderful smokey flavor). Although this recipe falls into the "healthy" category, it is so lush and flavorful, you think you are splurging big time! I just love it!
rainsmom Posted: 08/03/11
This is my GO TO recipe for baking salmon. Ive used it many many times for family and friends and everybody loves it. I buy canned pineapple (or fresh) and use the juice from the can for the marinade, then put the rings on top of the salmon and bake. I usually double the rub mix as its never enough for me. I love this recipe!
jbenny Posted: 05/11/13
Easy to make. Most of the ingredients I already have on hand. Always receive compliments.
JeanneJ Posted: 01/11/13
Fantastic.I have used this recipe for many years. Even people that say they don't like fish say they love this recipe.
daisychef Posted: 11/11/12
Outstanding! Have been making this recipe for years. A simple, delicious, and healthy meal, which makes it a real winner! Love to serve with the original suggested pairing of roasted asparagus drizzled with balsamic browned butter!
meganhalv Posted: 10/28/12
This recipe was okay. The combination of flavors was honestly a bit odd to me (lemon & cinnamon??), and I probably wouldn't make it again.
Karen867 Posted: 01/02/14
The recipe is good as is, but it is great with two minor ingredient tweaks. When I made it the second time with changes, my boyfriend, who has a sweet tooth and doesn't tolerate spicy food, deemed this the best thing he's ever eaten. My changes were decreasing the chili powder to 3 teaspoons and increasing the brown sugar to 2-1/2 tablespoons. The change makes it slightly less spicy and slightly sweeter.
NoVahoney Posted: 01/20/14
Love this recipe! I have been making it since it was first published in 1998. It has developed quite the following among my family and friends. One of the best recipes I have ever gotten out of a cooking magazine!
EllenDeller Posted: 04/07/14
This recipe is so wonderful that I hardly use any other. What exciting flavor! And the salmon comes out wonderfully moist and tender. Absolutely perfect as is. My favorite sides with this are sweet potatoes and asparagus (which can roast in the same oven), but you could use many others.