Ralph Anderson
Yield:
Makes 4 to 6 servings

When grilled, the brown sugar-paprika rub turns slightly crusty and caramelized, giving this Brown Sugar Grilled Salmon recipe an irresistible flavor and texture.

How to Make It

Step 1

Combine first 4 ingredients. Rub spice mixture over all sides of salmon; let stand 10 minutes.

Step 2

Grill salmon over medium-high heat 3 to 4 minutes on each side or until desired degree of doneness.

Ratings & Reviews

Definitely a Repeat

Sweetfeet
April 10, 2015
I have made this numerous times and followed the recipe exactly and it was wonderful. I also made the Creamy Dill Sauce to go along with it. My family loves it.

kccarter's Review

KarenClaybrooks
July 28, 2014
Like the other user we did not think these ingredients mixed well together. I think it's the thyme. I even reduced the amount and we were still unable to eat it. My family loves salmon but no one was able to eat this; we threw it away.

Sweetfeet's Review

kccarter
May 24, 2011
N/A

grammie2's Review

grammie2
May 10, 2010
I have been serving this salmon for years to my guests. It displays beautifully with a mahogany color. Everyone raves. The only difference is that I leave out the thyme. I have made it with and without thyme and my family agrees it is better without. Since salmon tends to burn easily on the grill, I use the lowest setting, starting with the flesh side down. I brush a bit of grapeseed oil on the flesh before I place on the grill to ease any sticking problems. I have cooked this salmon up to 1 hour before guests arrive, leaving it slightly undercooked and place in a 125 degree oven to keep warm (delicious served lukewarm.) I have also made this in the oven, broiling first and then finishing in the oven. Enjoy.

KarenClaybrooks's Review

sjescobar
June 04, 2009
I don't know what exactly it was, but I did not think that these ingredients mixed well together. We were not at all happy with this dish. In fact, we took one bite and threw it out. I'm sorry, but we will not be making this one again.