A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! This recipe turned out better than I hoped for! I baked the salmon on parchment paper and it was perfect.
What a delicious and easy recipe. I used a bit more garlic because we love it and cooked on the panini grill. The fillets turned out wonderfully. I poured the remaining sauce into a skillet and reduced it down a bit and poured it over the salmon before serving. I served with a spinach salad and brown rice. Paired beautifully with a glass of chardonnay. Thank you.
Excellent dish, I added a pinch of ginger , a little bit extra garlic and left out the onions. This was superb. Paired with rice and asparagus. Next time I am roasting the asparagus with the salmon in the same sauce.
Delicious. Just enough brown sugar to make it a tad sweet but not too sweet!
Quick and easy recipe! Most importantly, it was delish!
The best Salmon recipe I've ever made. It was very flavorful without being overpowering. I baked it in the oven for about 20 minutes. It was moist and tender. It will be one of our "go to" favorites.
I've made this recipe twice now. It's my favorite way to make salmon now. I didn't have brown sugar the second time, so I used a tablespoon (on a doubled marinade recipe) of real maple syrup. Yum. Both ways are great, but I prefer the maple syrup over the brown sugar.
This recipe is pretty awesome.
We liked this very much. I added a dash or two of red pepper for some kick. It was yummy. Thanks for posting!
Delicious! I did triple the sauce to go with rice. Thank you so much for posting. Donna
This was good, but I didn't think much of the flavors remained with the salmon. I marinated for pretty close to the 2 hours even. I cooked it up on my foreman grill which allows the juices to run clear though so maybe doing it in the oven or something would change that. Either way it was very easy and a nice way to prepare salmon and we will likely do this again, maybe adding some sesame seeds to it or something next time.