Excellent! Quick and so easy. My kids, ages 21 and 17, loved it. I served the salmon over rice, putting the sauce on top of the salmon and let drip on to the rice. I will make for Christmas Eve and for other special occasions. Without a doubt will make again.
Honey-Ginger Glazed Salmon with Arugula Salad
sgtpeper Posted: 08/20/09
JennC35 Posted: 04/04/09
I love this recipe. The ginger gives the salmon a fresh flavor. It is easy and fast to make. My mother in law raves about this dish when I made it for her. I like the top of the salmon to have a nice browning so I throw it in the broiler for a couple minutes after the oven baking. Looks professionally made !
squirrelsmom Posted: 12/21/09
I have made this several times and always to "why don't we have this more often?" I'm not usually fond of two steps for cooking, but this is worth it. I do cut back on the honey and it can easily be overcooked if you aren't careful.
KaterynaY Posted: 02/15/11
Delicious, elegant, nutritious. Recommend serving with slice of lemon.
cjbuddy Posted: 11/28/11
Fantastic! Cut recipe in half and used regular clover honey. So simple and delicious.
chefmarynorton Posted: 01/09/13
Delicious with or without the ginger. Served with basmati rice. Quick, easy, healthy, minimal clean-up. A winner!
SharonEB Posted: 01/07/13
This was really fantastic! One of the best salmon recipes I've ever tried. Baking it before broiling cooked it perfectly and kept it from charring too much. I don't know what "sage honey" is so I sprinkled some ground sage in regular honey...which is probably not what it is. :) But it was good like that. If you do use regular honey, I suggest using only 1/3 cup because the honey flavor is pretty intense. This one is definitely a keeper!!