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The sauce added a very nice flavor! I roasted my salmon in a 425F oven for 9 minutes, making the sauce on the stove top over medium-low heat, while the salmon cooked. Tagged for 123Hits.
We just loved this! I will agree with the last reviewer on the time factor- as soon as the glaze mixture hit the pan, it reduced in MAYBE 10 seconds. I flipped the salmon to coat both sides, then pulled from the heat. Any longer and it would have burned, so wait until you are ready to pull the fish before adding the glaze. That said, the combination of salmon, honey, and balsamic vinegar is not to be missed. This was a wonderful dinner, and we enjoyed every bite.
Good flavor, easy preparation but one caveat: with high heat, the vinegar-honey mixture will very rapidly reduce and caramelize, so you need to watch the food and not the clock.
This was excellent! I loved it! Even better that it's both:<br/><br/>1. Simple to make<br/><br/>AND<br/><br/>2. Good clean eating.
The sauce is so good with the salmon. Nice recipe, thanks! Made for Rookie Tag.
This baby is going straight into my best of the best cookbook. So few ingredients, such easy prep and cooking and amazing taste. We LOVE the cracked black pepper on the salmon, for starters. Next, the combo of balsamic and honey is fabulousssss. Easy, company-worthy recipe. P.S. Since my husband doesn't like a lot of sauce, next time I will pull the salmon out of the pan first before adding the sauce mixture - then pour lots of the sauce onto mine and a little bit on his! Thanks. :)