Serve with Snap Pea and Radish Sauté and Quinoa with Toasted Pine Nuts. Or serve with Soba Noodle Salad and Wilted Spinach with Fresh Chile. There are a number of sustainable salmon options available; look for U.S.-caught and U.S.-farmed fish.
Combine marmalade, soy sauce, salt, black pepper, and garlic in a small bowl. Arrange salmon fillets, skin sides down, on a foil-lined baking sheet coated with cooking spray. Brush fish fillets evenly with half of marmalade mixture. Bake fish fillets at 450° for 4 minutes.
Heat broiler to high (do not remove fish from oven); broil fish 6 minutes. Spoon remaining marmalade mixture onto center of fillets. Broil fish an additional 3 minutes or until desired degree of doneness. Sprinkle fish evenly with green onions; serve with lemon wedges.
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We really enjoyed this - per other reviewers I added about 1/4 tsp of red pepper flakes to the marinade and warmed it in a saucepan to make it easier to pour over salmon. I used Dundee three fruit marmalade (orange, lemon and grapefruit) and doubled the marinade (except the salt). I didn't want the marinade to burn so I cooked at 425 degrees for about 12 minutes, took the fish out to use rest of marinade, then broiled for about 3 minutes to finish. Definitely will put into the rotation, and will probably add a bit more red pepper flakes or maybe some Thai chile garlic sauce.