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We love salmon. We love Asian. We love this dish. I used a tablespoon of grainy mustard in place of the dijon and mustard seeds (was out of dijon), but followed everything else. I baked the fillets in my wood stove which was running at about 350 degrees F -- and 25 minutes was all they needed. Thanks so much for posting.

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Leggy Peggy April 12, 2011

YAY for zany, zesty recipes! ;) This was delish. I expected it to be thicker. I used chicken instead of salmon & served it over farro. yummmmmmm!! made for aussie swap 1/11.

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Elmotoo January 12, 2011

For supper tonight we prepared this recipe for Salmon, my husband thought that it was good and enjoyed the flavors. He felt it could use just a little more kick, but thought it was quite good. Made for ZWT6 Wild Card challenge.

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morgainegeiser June 16, 2010

i broiled this it is a sweet sour kinda mustaerd dish very plesent you must like mustard for this dish it compliemented the salmon zaar tour 6 unrulies

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Dienia B. June 13, 2010

Verrry nize sauze ladiez! Made this for the Wild Card Challenge on ZWT #6. Tasty on both the salmon and on some delicious scallops. Next time I'd suggest separating the sauce and use 1/2 for the marinade and the remaining to use as a dipping sauce once the fish is cooked.

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CaliforniaJan June 12, 2010
Baked Salmon