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This was very moist but I think it could use a little more seasoning....maybe a tablespoon or so of brown sugar. I'm pretty sure I'll make this again. THANKS for sharing!!!
I am going to try this recipe.
This recipe should win a prize!<br/>I cooked as suggested and respected the baking time: it was perfect done and still moist! The sauce is amazing, I sugstituted the butter with half quantity of margarin (made with canola oil) and I will keep this recipe for sure. Thanks a lot for all! :)
This is the BEST salmon I've ever made!
I used 3 tablespoons of butter as suggested and accidentally added 1 tablespoon of mustard instead of 1 teaspoon. It still turned out amazing.
Great tasting salmon. It was very flavorful. Will make again I'm sure. Thanks for posting.
This is such a great tasting and useful recipe! I've used it several times. Sometimes I add a finely grated clove of garlic to the sauce. Thanks for posting it!
Great salmon! I made with 1/3 cup butter but left the rest of ingredients as is. I had a thick piece of salmon and it cooked up perfectly in 20 minutes. Will be making this again! Made for Think Pink 2012.
This was QUITE delicious Syd - DH could not get over how good it was, and not a bit dried out from the high oven temperature. I loved this recipe because it was very easy to make the marinade with ingredients I always have on hand. I made 2 lbs of sock-eye salmon and I should have doubled the recipe, but I didn't. Even so, I still had enough of the marinade to baste half-way through baking. I cut the butter to 1/4 C melted and that seemed to work just fine. So glad I tried this recipe - it is definitely a keeper and something to WOW your dinner guests and family alike. Made for "Relax, chat, and sip some iced tea!!" tag in the Diabetic Forum.