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Found this when looking for a way to use up my salmon, rosemary and thyme. Didn't have dijon or whole grain mustard, so I substituted spicy brown and maple mustards and skipped the lemon. Delicious! My husband and picky daughter also enjoyed it. I think this might be my new fave fish recipe!

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zaraspence January 28, 2013

Excellent recipe. Tonight was the second time we have made this recipe. You could easily make the sauce in advance, and if the fish is thawed, it would be a snap to have ready! The fact that this recipe only uses mustard and olive oil (instead of butter or mayonnaise) as a fat is also a big plus. We served this tonight along with boiled red potatoes (seasoned with dill and a bit of butter), broccoli, and salad. The salmon was a big hit with our children who all wanted seconds! Thanks for sharing, Kitchen Witch Steph!

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Masalamama April 09, 2011

Very tasty herbed and broiled salmon, quick and easy too. We loved it , served it over a bed of sauteed spinach/mushrooms. Thanks for posting , I will be making this one again, excellent flavour!

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Derf June 13, 2010

This salmon recipe is very easy and really delicious! I loved how it involves minimal prep and cleanup, with ingredients that I typically have on hand. Made no modifications to the recipe--it is perfect as written. Thanks for a keeper.

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Dr. Jenny March 06, 2010

I thought this was good. But my husband, who never REALLY compliments my cooking (usually says, "it was good") actually asked what I put on the salmon. He said, it was really good! So take that for what it's worth!

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smschlemmer November 07, 2009

Been wanting to make this as soon as I saw it on her show years ago. It is the perfect combo of herbs, zingyness, and gives the salmon just enough of a coating that it stays nice and moist. Nice change from my typical Asian inspired salmon dinners. We LOVED it!

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Liza at Food.com June 03, 2009

This is also in Giada's Family Dinners cookbook, which I have, and I just made this dish tonight. It was simple and wonderful - even the picky 9-year-old enjoyed it. Lovely flavor. Thanks for posting.

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pattikay in L.A. September 19, 2008

we cooked the salmon on the barbecue and put the glaze on it. I chopped the fresh herbs and garlic without the food processor. I didn't have white wine or any good substitute. It was still great. We loved this. Thanks Steph. Made for Beverage tag.

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Boomette July 20, 2008

I really enjoyed this recipe. The mustard topping was really good. I was scraping it off of other pieces so I could have more! Unfortunately the hubby was not so enthusiastic, but I really liked it! Thank you for posting a great and healthy recipe!

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Emily Elizabeth July 11, 2008

Oh my lordy-lord!!!!! This salmon is soooooo decadent. The mustard topping is unreal. It's combo. of thyme, rosemary and garlic is right on the money and the wine adds just the right amount of crispness to the sauce. My husband was ooh-ing and aah-ing all throughout the meal. A definite keeper in our house. I followed your directions to a T and didn't and wouldn't change a thing. It is divine perfection, as is. Thanks so much for sharing!!!!

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hollyfrolly July 09, 2008
Broiled Salmon With Herb Mustard Glaze