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Wow this was absolutely delicious. I did however bake mine at 400 degrees for 8 minutes and then basted the salmon with some of the sauce and then broiled it for an additional 5 minutes for it to caramelize on top. It was perfect and I served it over brown rice with sauce poured on top of both...added an excellent flavor to the rice as well.

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Chef_Beauchamp January 08, 2010

I loved this recipe. I actually saw this recipe somewhere else on Zaar and rated it 5 stars, so I thought it'd be fair to rate this the same, since the recipe looks almost identical, with an exception of the apple cider vinegar.

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cali_love January 09, 2009

This is a wonderful salmon recipe!! I also poured the sauce over rather than using it as a dipping sauce oh my god is it moreish. I love the flavours that come through. I too do not like a sauce that is too sweet so I made exactly as stated then added a little more garlic and cayenne pepper to compensate. It was so good, the sweet flavour coming through followed by the spice from the cayenne. I got rave reviews all round, followed by empty plates, can't go wrong. LOL. I will be saving this into my salmon favourites. Thanks for a great post Sharon.

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The Flying Chef November 12, 2008

Coming from a Japanese background, seafood is a big part of our life. Although I generally prefer simpler preparation and taste with fish, I do appreciate the western concept of fish recipes as well such as this one. We do not care for overly sweet taste in seafood and I used only a bit of brown sugar and half of honey. Added some minced green onion, garlic, and hot pepper sauce instead of cayenne to the sauce. Also instead of just using this sauce as a dipping sauce, I marinated salmon for several hours in the sauce. After grilling the fish, sauce was drizzled on instead of being used as dipping sauce. The sauce goes well with the rich taste of salmon. Used wild caught salmon for this. Thank you Sharon for posting this yummy recipe.

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Rinshinomori November 05, 2008

I cooked the salmon fillet in the oven. And I poured the sauce on my part. So yummy! Thanks Sharon :) Made for Newest Zaar tag. (Sorry for the bad photo, I have to buy small cup LOL)

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Boomette March 22, 2008

I've totally surprised myself! I actually liked this fairly well. I normally don't care for seafood so my husband only gets seafood or fish upon the very rare occasion when we go out to a seafood restaurant. I went outside my comfort zone and decided to try fixing some kind of fish or seafood and found this recipe. It was fairly easy to make and the sauce was a nice complement to the salmon.

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Carrie in Greenville March 20, 2008
Applebee's Honey Pepper Sauce for Salmon(Copycat)