Orange-Glazed Salmon Fillets with Rosemary

  • carolfitz Posted: 09/08/10
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    Superfast; made to recipe except fish took longer to finish so the liquid did reduce to a glaze rather than a sauce. Served with steamed green beans and salad. Nice combo of flavors on the salmon.

  • stepheb Posted: 02/04/10
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    quick and easy to make - but I thought that the sauce was a little thin - I wanted more of it.

  • EllenDeller Posted: 03/12/10
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    Flavorful, easy, quick, delicious. Who could ask more? My only change was to use garlic salt instead of regular, about 1 full tsp. fresh rosemary and to add a little crushed red pepper. Served with mushroom couscous and steamed green beans with lemon.

  • gigilb Posted: 04/12/09
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    Made this today for my husband and I for our Easter Dinner. Served with asparagus and a baked potato, it was excellent. My husband told me to make sure I put in somewhere where I'll remember to make it again. Thanks. Would definitely make again for both everyday and special occasions.

  • sigmaration Posted: 04/06/09
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    This was fast, easy, and yummy. Salmon is my favorite fish, and something I'm trying to eat more of. This recipe is a keeper and a definite do-again.

  • drunkenpaddy Posted: 04/03/09
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    Just made this tonight; my first attempt at a fish of any sort (I'm pushing 50, male, just getting into this cooking stuff) and it came off quite well. The prep time is a huge plus, and it tasted great. I followed the recipe pretty slavishly and liked it; for you more seasoned chef wannabees, the SO here thought maybe some Adobo seasoning would have been a plus. At any rate, a nice addition to add to the burgeoning repertoire. :-)

  • lizzardpisces Posted: 08/23/09
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    I thought this was a tasty salmon recioe. I had to cook it for much longer than the recipie called for. Although the recipe says it only takes about 2-3 minutes per side, it easily took 6-7 minutes per side to get mine to be cooked to a point that I would consider them done.

  • tara31 Posted: 07/11/09
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    Delicious and easy! Didn't have white wine so I substituted no-chicken broth and used Tropicana orange juice in place of fresh.

  • sed3381 Posted: 08/30/09
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    Quick, easy, and delicious. We have made this recipe several times and it is definitely a keeper for everyday meals or to entertain with.

  • justine1585 Posted: 12/21/09
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    This is a really delicious and easy salmon dish. I have made it several times and love it! The salmon does cook for longer than the recipe says, especially if it is a thicker piece. I usually use store bought orange juice and serve with couscous or rice and steamed green beans.

  • cookfromsocal Posted: 08/30/11
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    Delicious and very easy. Love salmon but took longer to cook so got a little burned but was still very good. A definite repeat.

  • Mrshowell41 Posted: 04/19/13
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    This was incredibly good and easy. Next time, I will double the amount of sauce I make, the recipe was adequate, I just like a lot of sauce. I did cook the salmon considerably longer...I like a good crust on fish. Overall, it's a keeper!

  • ChefKen72 Posted: 04/21/13
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    Easy to make and loved it. Used sweet yellow onion since I did not have shallot

  • SMoncz Posted: 05/06/13
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    A very fast meal. I think next time I'll broil the fish instead, for it turned out a little tough. The sauce was delicious. I added an extra tablespoon of shallots. Next time I may add a little cornstarch to thicken the sauce, but the taste was delicious. I also made roasted asparagus as my side.

  • steponme Posted: 04/12/12
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    Good recipe. Adding a little corn starch to the sauce to slightly thicken was the only change that I made. My 21 yr. old daughter didn't care for the green beans, but my hubby and I enjoyed them. Served along with jasmine rice.

  • ktleyed Posted: 05/30/13
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    I wound up grilling my salmon and then I made the sauce separately and really boiled it down so it was more of a glaze and then we put that on top of the salmon which was just fine. Will double sauce next time. Barely tasted the maple. Easy recipe and will make again.

  • Coconutmuffn Posted: 06/13/13
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    Super fast to make and equally delicious!! Really loved the maple and rosemary in the glaze. This is now one of our favorite salmon recipes!!

  • MedusaUSA Posted: 06/14/13
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    This is my go-to recipe for fresh salmon...it's quick, easy, and oh-so yummy. I try to buy fresh salmon on sale, use it, then go back for more...don't care if it's farm-raised or wild-caught...this is the best! I've substituted the white parts of green onions for shallots, imitation for real maple syrup, but the fresh OJ is a must (always a good idea to zest your orange before juicing...freeze it in an air-tight plastic bag). And try just about any green veg in place of the haricot verts...asparagus is especially appealing and delicious.

  • daneanp Posted: 07/10/13
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    Quick, easy, and delicious. I would serve it to guests but it is also perfect for a weeknight dinner for family. We served it with roasted garlic couscous and steamed greenbeans.

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