Soy-Glazed Salmon

  • Kymber Posted: 04/15/09
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    This was really good. The salmon was very tender and very tasty. I had wondered if the soy taste would be overpowering, but it wasn't. I served this with Chinese noodles and a packaged mix of pre-cut wok vegetables.

  • RachelV1030 Posted: 09/08/10
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    Absolutely delicious!! Will definitely be keeping it in dinner rotations.

  • Nicoline Posted: 01/26/11
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    This is one of the easiest recipes and yet it has such a great flavor. Delicious. I have made it for a dinner party and everyone raved about the salmon and wanted the recipe. Thanks

  • Kollas Posted: 06/05/11
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    This was so easy and so fabulous!! My family gobbled it up!

  • Juliana99 Posted: 07/13/11
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    I agree with the other reviewer that the soy taste wasn't overpowering - it was quite tasty -- not to sweet or too salty, but very flavorful. 15 minutes was far too long for our particular salmon pieces, however, which was a little disappointing -- so beware that you should check the fish before 15 minutes if your pieces are on the thinner side.

  • Nichelleley Posted: 10/18/11
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    This dish was good, but not my favorite. The salmon was very tender and cooked really well, but overall the taste was REALLY salty. If I decide to make this again I think I will use less soy sauce and more honey, although overall a good dish and very quick and easy to make!

  • NatalieDecker Posted: 10/29/11
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    First time cooking salmon and it was super simple to make and we all thought it was delicious. Not too salty and just enough sweet on the edges from the broiler. Will make this again.

  • berndog76 Posted: 12/03/11
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    Recipe is very easy to execute. Wife was hesitant at first (she doesn't eat seafood) but the aroma of the glaze was too hard to resist! Will add some chopped green onions as a garnish next time for a little crunch. It's a winner!

  • CubsFan222 Posted: 01/08/12
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    This was great! We used frozen salmon and it didn't do it justice. go fresh or go home!

  • RahmOrenstein Posted: 09/23/12
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    I love salmon in any shape or form, but the redued soy sause - even though I used low-sodium as recommended - was just too salty for me

  • sbwieczor96 Posted: 06/05/13
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    So quick and easy. This will become a weekly meal. I served with a sweet potato and mixed salad greens. Can't beat it for an easy weeknight meal!

  • Malthomps Posted: 02/24/13
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    I tried this and it tasted really great. I had it on the side with some fried rice and veggies really goo lunch

  • seaside725 Posted: 01/27/13
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    I made this dish for my husbands birthday and I was not disappointed. This was one of the best salmon dishes I have ever had. There was not one person at my dinner table that did not rave about it. It will be my go to salmon recipe. It was easy to make. I marinated it longer then the recipe called for, but other than that I followed the recipe exactly. I served it with white rice and cauliflower.

  • Mikaleena Posted: 06/11/14
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    This glaze was terrible. Wouldn't serve it to my dog.

  • marypayne13 Posted: 10/02/13
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    This is a good dish for a crowd. I say that because the sauce takes a while to reduce so it won't be your quick fish for a weekday. But the flavor was great with both salty and sweet. I would say don't broil for over a minute at the end though or you risk burning the edges.

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