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!
This has the perfect blend of spices and seasoning... great flavor without over powering the salmon! Delicious! Thanks for sharing this great recipe!
Delicious. Made as directed and wouldn't change a thing. Thanks, Sydney Mike! Made for Aussie New Zealand Recipe Swap.
I only give this 4 stars because it's not the healthiest of fish recipes. But good lord is it delicious. I am kind of in love with this recipe.
Great take on salmon! Thanks. Followed the directions exactly. Used Hellmann's Dijon Mustard.
Halved this recipe, and reduced cooking time to 12 minutes but otherwise, stayed true to this recipe. Great tastes, loved the cider vinegar, the worcestershire sauce, and lemon juice. I might reduce amount of salt next time, but this is a joy to behold. Made for *Everyday is a Holiday* tag August 2009
You've done it again, Syd! A truly great way to make and serve salmon. I left it a little too long in the oven (got distracted!), but it still came out well. Used Tabasco's new mustard. Gave it that little extra kick. Would recommend this to anyone. Thnx for posting, Syd. Made for Comfort Cafe Summer 2009.
This cooking time is WAY too long! The flavor is good, but it needs only half the cooking time. Ten minutes per inch is the maximum needed; ten minutes at that temperature would be perfect.
I enjoyed this along with some roasted potatoes for dinner tonight. It was VERY good! Thanks for posting Mike!