Broiled Salmon with Marmalade-Dijon Glaze

  • Saraliza Posted: 04/18/09
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    This really is a five-star recipe! So easy, and so flavorful.

  • honucooks Posted: 11/21/08
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    A nice recipe. Easy, flavorful. Kid-friendly.

  • suegodwin Posted: 09/21/10
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    This is our favorite salmon recipe!

  • 4Joanie4 Posted: 05/18/09
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    I didn't have any orange marmalade so I used a Mango spread instead. It turned out great! I can't wait to try it with the orange marmalade too.

  • AinOakPark Posted: 08/19/10
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    I used a high quality marmalade and followed the advice of others that a second glaze coat was unnecessary. The result was just okay. Our family gives an A through F rating, and we never, ever make a recipe that is rated B or less again, without deep consideration. Why? There are so many great possibilities out there, so move on to something that might be an A rated recipe. Yes, if it just needs a small touch to make it great, we will try it again if all felt generally excited by the recipe, but this one fell well short of the mark. Sorry, but I wondered what all of you eat on a regular basis that you would rate this five stars. We served this as a midweek dinner with a pretty standard coleslaw.

  • cookfromsocal Posted: 02/18/11
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    I cooked the salmon on a skillet grille and by the time it was cooked through, it was burned. It was a little dry (probably because it cooked too long). I couldn't taste the marmalade mix, was probably burned off!! The salmon was delicious anyway. A definite repeat - in a different pan.

  • vaanders Posted: 04/24/09
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    This was really good!! I didn't add more glaze after 6 mins as other reviewers recommended. I will use this recipe again.

  • Hughie Posted: 01/07/11
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    This was far and away the best salmon I have ever eaten any time, anywhere! It was prepared with sides of rice and asparagus, and everyone thought it was spectacular. It was prepared by KiKi Rochelle, a youngster who is a promising chef!

  • nccooker Posted: 02/25/09
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    BW loved this. She likes her salmon broiled, not baked, because she wants a crispy top. This coating glazed wonderfully and made the salmon nice and crispy on top, but still moist and flaky under the glaze. Tasted great. Only change I will make next time is to cut the glaze in half. The first coating of glaze was enough. Adding more glaze near the end just drowned the fish in too much glaze flavor.

  • SCreamcheese Posted: 09/21/10
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    This is our favorite way to eat salmon now. It is quick, easy and delicious. I have made it on several occasions, and usually serve with steamed broccoli. It is an especially nice recipe when you want something good for dinner, but not too complicated or with too many ingredients.

  • redrobin27 Posted: 09/21/10
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    Made it for dinner tonight (09/21/10 for son and myself. I got a two thumbs up for the 19-yr-old son. It was quite tasty. Will surely make this one again. Served with mixed veggies and sliced boiled potatoes in french onion sour cream.

  • CaitInATL Posted: 01/01/11
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    This was really delicious. Very flavorful and really simple. Served with rice and green beans.

  • Alcancook Posted: 07/18/09
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    I tried this for the first time. I think I would agree with one of the other reviewers and not add more glaze after six minutes. It came out too orangey. I will try again and possibly add more dijon mustard, garlic pwdr and ginger.

  • mamita Posted: 02/06/10
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    Delicious! Made with a stone ground white wine mustard left over from a holiday gift basket as that's what I had on hand. Didn't use all of the glaze and it was wonderful and super easy. My husband does not like salmon but I made it anyway as he needs to improve his diet and he said he really liked it. I served it with couscous, roasted brussel sprouts and baked sweet potatoes. Will make again!

  • tara31 Posted: 06/14/09
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    Doubled the garlic powder and cooked on the grill - easy and delicious!

  • Belladonna714 Posted: 09/24/10
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    This recipe was not very flavorful in my opinion. Maybe it's because I used wild king salmon and the richness of the fish overpowered the sauce? I used polander natural orange fruit spread in place of marmalade and grilled the salmon instead of broiled. I served with a side of coleslaw I had leftover from last night dinner. I would not make this recipe again.

  • cslls7 Posted: 01/03/11
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    I substituted brown mustard for the dijon and it turned out great! Thanks to previous reviewers for the tin foil tip (life saver!).

  • Peaster57 Posted: 07/26/11
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    Awesome flavor! I cherish new salmon recipes since it is such a healthy fish! I served with brown rice and grilled lemon asparagus=YUMMERS!!

  • AZJaneG Posted: 09/05/11
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    Really a super easy and tasty dish! I broiled for 10 minutes in my toaster oven to keep the heat down on this hot summer day. I served it with sauteed spinach and orange muffins. Delish!

  • smd1212 Posted: 09/28/11
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    Yum! Tasty, quick and easy, I increased ground ginger to 1/4 tsp. since we like ginger, and had to add a little pineapple preserves to bring my marmalade up to 1/2 cup, but tastes worked well together. Will definitely make again.

  • horrorgroupie Posted: 12/15/11
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    made this a couple of evenings ago...used a low sugar marmalade and I did throw in a squeeze more Dijon. All in all it was delicious! But, next time I'll cut back the marmalade just a bit to allow the flavor of the Dijon to stand out more (the flavors did seem to compete some and the marmalade ended up being the more noticeable).

  • KKB613 Posted: 01/11/12
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    This was awfully sweet for our taste. I even used a little less marmalade. That being said, I can see how it is a yummy recipe for someone who does enjoy sweeter salmon dishes. I just prefer savory.

  • LlyleSheldon Posted: 06/14/12
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    Marmalade and Digon mustard flavors clashed for me. I used a good orange marmalade without added sugar. Recipe should state the kind of orange marmalade to use, overall the recipe is decent. Next time I'd lessen the marmalade by 1/3 and add a pinch of sugar to override the bitterness introduced by the marmalade.

  • emilyforprez Posted: 04/08/13
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    THIS IS SO GOOD OH MY GOD

  • SheWhoMustMac09 Posted: 01/06/13
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    Fantastic

  • karenfar Posted: 04/28/14
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    Huntington Beach, CA

    Easy and fast but nothing special for expensive salmon ($23.99#)

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