Miso-Glazed Salmon with Wilted Spinach

  • daneanp Posted: 01/05/10
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    This was the first time I've cooked with miso. I used a mild-style miso on the advice of the nice lady at nearby asian market. I was definitely pleased with this recipe. It is quick, easy, and delicious. My soon-to-be 13 year old dubbed it her favorite salmon recipe EVER (and for her, that says a lot!). Adding this one to our staples list. I look forward to cooking again with miso.

  • Flits21 Posted: 02/23/10
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    Excellent, quick and easiest clean-up ever!! (line roasting pan well with foil) Be careful to watch salmon though.. the miso can go from perfectly glazed to burnt very quickly. Served with jasmine rice. Even my non-fish loving husband really liked it.

  • Chiccook Posted: 12/02/09
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    My family loved this. I've made many variations of Miso Salmon and I have to say they are all alittle different, but all really good. Will definitely make over and over again. There are 4 of us so I doubled the recipe.

  • LS5216 Posted: 01/27/10
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    This was delicious and super, super quick. We added a tad more sesame oil than was called for, probably a little more ginger, and I barely wilted the spinach - and it was terrific. I even forgot the sesame seeds and it was terrific. Will make again and again....and it is so healthy.

  • Tinkleflick Posted: 11/29/12
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    Made it on the outdoor grill and loved it. http://www.greasycamera.com/post-thanksgiving-feast-no-turkey-in-sight/

  • ahatfield Posted: 04/05/12
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    Great weekday meal! So easy and delicious. It would be great to serve to company, too.

  • SF2AZ2011 Posted: 04/22/12
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    This recipe is outstanding and super easy to make, however the nutritional information is incorrect, and if you're counting calories, beware - it's NOT 347 as listed but instead totals 458 cal using a 6oz piece of Atlantic Salmon with a 28.5g of fat! If you want a healthier option, go for a 4oz piece of fish, omit the sesame seeds and your down to 316 cal and 19.1g fat and you won't miss a thing.

  • AnnaBellaBoom Posted: 04/12/12
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    Doubled the recipe and served with CL's Sesame-Soy Green Beans and steamed brown rice. Didn't have mirin, so used a combination of an off-dry white wine and sherry and increased the sugar a little bit. Also upped the ginger a little bit. Broiled the salmon on the second rack from the top and kept a close eye on it, but 8 minutes was perfect. Got rave reviews. Will definitely make again and would make for company as well.

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