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.

  • Nyralee Posted: 04/18/14
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    Husband ate huge portion, which is great for a fish meal! The best flavoring ever for salmon I've ever had. Used cuties/mandarins in place of oranges. I think they are better and less acidic, and more candy like. Since it is used for duck in Chinese restraunt recipe...reduces into a better syrup and glaze. Did the green beans with a little butter and roasted pepper plus pine nuts. Give you the feeling of having a starch without the calories. Will never eat salmon any other way now.

  • 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.

  • Cliff1 Posted: 04/21/14
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    We enjoyed this salmon recipe very much and will certainly repeat it. This is one of our favorite salmons although we used the Costco frozen patties instead of salmon filets. We have found those extremely fresh.

  • Brigittefl Posted: 04/19/14
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    I just had it and it was absolutely delicious. This is a great date night meal. The only thing I would do differently is double the amounts for the sauce and let the fish sit in the skillet just a bit longer.

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