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This was great. I wanted to try something different from the old standard of dill and butter. I felt like a pro making this. I used 1/2 a lemon, Dry Sherry, 3 tbsp butter, and Dijon Mustard. I will be making this over and over. Mine cooked in 15 min. Cooking time will vary buy thickness of fish.
Fabulous treatment of salmon. One of the best salmon dishes I have made. Followed the recipe exactly. The fish was moist and so flavorful. I'd say this is perfection. Thanks SM.
Wow. I'm not a big seafood person, but since my husband enjoys eating fish, I decided to try something we could both like. I REALLY like the seasonings for this recipe - it made the salmon very flavorful and has inspired me to eat fish more often. Thanks! :)
it has kinda sweet sour thing going on nice
Really nice flavour! I used 1.3lbs of salmon fillets and felt that I could have halved the sauce mixture and it would be been just as good. 1/2 cup butter was too much IMO
Another wonderful and tasty dish! Fixed this last night as directed only cutting it in half for DH and I. I did add some paprika and chopped parsley towards the end and cooked only about 15 minutes. I served it with Roasted Baby Red Potatoes#129353, green salad and tarter sauce. Definately a keeper. Made for Think Pink Tag Event - 2010.
This was really good. I baked only 15 minutes and was perfect - very moist.
I actually made this quite some time ago and forgot to post review. It turned out really well. I cooked on the grill. First I marinated the salmon in the mixture for about 15 minutes the grilled while basting with the sauce. I did not use the parsley however.
This was super easy and came out delicious! I used 1 tbs of butter and baked for 10 minutes. Thank you!