Photo: Randy Mayor; Styling: Leigh Ann Ross
Yield:
2 servings (serving size: 1 fillet and about 3/4 cup spinach mixture)

Look for jars of time-saving pretoasted sesame seeds in the spice aisle.

How to Make It

Step 1

Preheat broiler.

Step 2

To prepare fish, combine the first 6 ingredients in a small bowl, and brush evenly over fish. Arrange fish on a foil-lined baking sheet; broil for 8 minutes or until desired degree of doneness. Sprinkle with sesame seeds.

Step 3

To prepare spinach, while fish broils, heat sesame oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add garlic and spinach to skillet; cook 30 seconds or until spinach just begins to wilt, tossing mixture constantly. Stir in 2 teaspoons soy sauce.

Ratings & Reviews

Thymekeeper's Review

ahatfield
September 27, 2014
Quick, easy and very good -- healthy too! I had all the ingredients on hand. I used regular soy sauce, so I will reduce that (or mix half with water) next time. Served with sauteed crimini mushrooms and kale. I would definitely serve this to guests for a casual meal.

NathalieM's Review

LS5216
April 06, 2013
N/A

Tinkleflick's Review

Flits21
November 29, 2012
Made it on the outdoor grill and loved it. http://www.greasycamera.com/post-thanksgiving-feast-no-turkey-in-sight/

SF2AZ2011's Review

AnnaBellaBoom
April 22, 2012
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's Review

daneanp
April 12, 2012
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.

ahatfield's Review

SF2AZ2011
April 05, 2012
Great weekday meal! So easy and delicious. It would be great to serve to company, too.

Flits21's Review

Tinkleflick
February 23, 2010
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.

LS5216's Review

NathalieM
January 27, 2010
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.

daneanp's Review

Thymekeeper
January 05, 2010
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.

Chiccook's Review

Chiccook
December 02, 2009
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.