Excellent and looked magazine worthy. Broiled it for 8 minutes before glazing.
Grilled Salmon with Apricot-Mustard Glaze
kimanddan Posted: 11/22/09
Diplocook Posted: 07/06/09
This really is a terrific recipe! I served for guests along with the Southwestern Confetti Salad (CL) and some roasted red potatoes. What a hit! Instead of grilling, I glazed the salmon fillets before and after baking them for 6 minutes at 400 F. Worked perfectly!
LIMarc Posted: 11/12/09
This really is an incredibly delicious recipe, and so easy, you can't go wrong.
No Longer Registered Posted: 10/13/10
Neither my husband nor I are big salmon fans, but the glaze from this recipe is fantastic which enables us to enjoy the health benefits of salmon without feeling as though we are being force fed. The 3 stars are for the salmon. The glaze receives 5!
ElaineMAbel Posted: 01/27/10
Excellent! Easy way to jazz up the fillets with on-hand ingredients. I will probably make a little more glaze next time and serve on the side.
TerriSch Posted: 11/21/10
I love this recipe - it's quick, easy, and delicious.
jekka0813 Posted: 12/10/10
This was excellent! I'm not a fish person and I even liked it. I added a bit of crushed red pepper to the fish before cooking a 1t of light soy sauce to the marinade. Would definitely cook for guests!
Chicagobsw Posted: 07/15/11
Very good, another go-to salmon recipe
AutumnA Posted: 07/20/11
I'm making this tonight for the second time. My partner thinks I'm the best cook on the earth. But only thanks to Cooking Light and all of your cookbooks that I have. No other cookbooks that I have are as foolproof as you are!
Purgers Posted: 07/29/11
Wow is this good. The glaze goes great on pan seared pork chops as well. Very easy recipe.
carolfitz Posted: 10/01/11
Supereasy, great results. Made glaze to recipe. Rather than grilling the fish on a rainy night, cooked stovetop, glazed, then slid under the broiler. Served with the recommended orzo-spinach pilaf. Wine shop recommended a Tuscan Vermentino & and it paired well with the fish.
daneanp Posted: 04/14/13
This is a delicious and easy meal, perfect for entertaining because you can make the sauce ahead of time. We put the fillets on a grilling rack and then cooked it on our Traeger BBQ at 350 degrees for 20 minutes - basting the sauce on at the last 2 minutes. No need to flip the fish that way. It came out perfectly. I did double the sauce thinking we'd want more for the table but we had plenty, so no need to do that again. Served with roasted asparagus and potatoes au gratin.
JimMarltonNJ Posted: 12/18/12
This has quickly become one of our favorite salmon recipes. We cooked it inside, due to poor weather, insides according to the CL recipe for Apple and Horseradish-Glazed Salmon.