11 Reviews

This was delicious! I wouldn't Change a thing! It is now my goto for salmon! Thank you!

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Jeremy M. May 08, 2016

I made this recipe for my son for his lunches at school. Yesterday I asked him how he liked it. He said it was so yummy. That he didn't get enough and to add more for the next days. He thanked me for doing him great lunches. When I asked him how many stars, he said 6. When he loves a recipe, he always say more than 5 loll I used orange juice. Thanks Chef Dudo :) Made for PAC Spring 2013

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Boomette March 26, 2013

I used a fresh orange for the juice and grilled the salmon. This had a good mild flavor. I served with a green salad with balsamic dressing and feta. Thanks Chef Dudo, for posting. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado March 09, 2009

Followed other suggestions and doubled the sauce. I used fresh squeed orange juice & grade b maple syrup. The glaze is tough to work with if it cools so make sure you have the salmon ready to coat. I used salmon steaks and cooked them on cedar planks on the grill for about 30 minutes. Incredible flavor!

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lynmoz November 19, 2008

I used Orange Juice and found that the flavor was amazing. Would have liked a little more sauce and will double the recipe next time. Served with rice and asparagus. Fantastic!!

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jpresto December 22, 2007

This was very good. I think I reduced the sauce a little to much. I used wild Alaskan salmon fillets and served this on a bed of mango couscous.

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PaulaG August 16, 2007

This was really very tasty. I didn't find that the sauce thickened or "glazed", really, but I followed the ingredients to the letter and it did make the salmon nice and moist and the flavor was just perfect. I broke up some spaghettini into 1/4's and cooked some brocolli with it for the last 5 min. and then once I'd basted the 2nd side of the salmon, I put the pasta and brocolli into the wok and stirred and heated it through with the remaining sauce and some chopped green onion. the whole meal was very very tasty and the flavors were very well balanced! I wouldnt mind adding just a bit of grated ginger next time. Well done, Chef Dudo! Delicious!

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LambieCooks December 19, 2006

Oh yum! I made it pretty much as directed with fresh salmon given to us by a friend. I used my two biggest cloves of garlic to offset some of the sweet, but I think I used more like 1/3 c of OJ and syrup, and 1/4 c of balsamic vinegar. We made steamed broccoli with garlic butter and garlic smashed potatoes to go with it. (We put the extra maple-balsamic sauce over the potatoes.)

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anonymous23 September 03, 2006

This was very good & very easy, I did cut back a bit on the maple syrup, as it tasted just a bit sweet when I tasted the sauce, so I added a bit more of the other ingredients to balance out the flavors. After cooking, though, the taste of the sauce was not all that strong, so I think next time I will marinate the salmon for a while before grilling.

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Judy from Hawaii August 07, 2005
Balsamic Maple Glaze Salmon