Photo: Becky Luigart-Stayner; Styling: Leigh Ann Ross
Yield
4 servings (serving size: 1 fillet, 1 tablespoon sauce, and 1 teaspoon green onions)

Serve with soba noodles tossed with low-sodium soy sauce and dark sesame oil. Add steamed broccoli florets on the side.

How to Make It

Step 1

Sprinkle fish evenly with coriander and salt. Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Coat pan with cooking spray. Add fish to pan; cook 4 minutes on each side or until fish flakes easily when tested with a fork or until desired degree of doneness.

Step 2

Combine honey, juice, soy sauce, and Sriracha; drizzle over fish. Sprinkle with green onions.

Ratings & Reviews

Michel1030's Review

Belanos
September 05, 2014
Love it-- this is my "go to" recipe for salmon. Easy to make and always comes out good, pretty foolproof. The sauce is the prefect mix of sweet and spicy-- and you can adjust the Sriracha to make it less hot, but I suggest you don't.

LTMOSU's Review

mangiapeach
September 21, 2011
Some of the best salmon we've made. I also drizzled the sauce over broccoli.

Belanos's Review

lnschram
November 08, 2010
This was quick and easy to prepare; however, I wasn't able to detect the ground coriander, and would prefer a sauce that had a thicker consistency. Taste-wise, I thought it was okay, but I doubt I will make it again.

sahall's Review

carolfitz
November 02, 2010
LOVED THIS! So did my husband. It is easy and full of flavor. I highly recommend!!

cpalma's Review

daneanp
August 15, 2010
This was extremely simple and easy. The sauce you make reminds me of the bottled sweet chili sauce we have. Next time I might just use that and thin it out a little with some lime juice.

gasman's Review

cookinfabulous
March 22, 2010
This is probably one of the better quick meals I have made. The sauce rocked and made for a flavorful dish. Goes well with the Soba noodles.

pogomiss's Review

TeresaMichelsen
September 27, 2009
This is a good recipe. I used wild salmon and the "wild" might have been too strong for this recipe. Next time I will use a farm-raised salmon. Otherwise, good recipe. Will try with maple syrup as my honey was pretty intense too. Good luck!

courtfew's Review

2BPaulaB
August 31, 2009
I love this recipe...it is super yummy and really easy...we have a 1 year old and it is so nice to not have to spend time preparing for dinners. We had it tonight and we love it every time. The sauce is yummy, I've used lemons instead of limes and it is great and goes well with other fish too. Totally recommend it, especially if you like salmon. The soba noodles are great as long as you toss them with sesame oil and soy sauce.

angagc's Review

cpalma
July 20, 2009
Didn't have enough flavor for our family - especially the soba noodles as garnish, they were very bland and I added chopped cucumbers and carrots as well. We'll use the maple syrup/orange juice recipe that we found from Cooking Light instead.

carolfitz's Review

lillieofthevaly
June 13, 2009
So incredibly fast and easy. Much simpler to leave the skin on, season only the top of the fish, and remove the skin prior to plating the salmon. Served with soba & broccoli. Very good.