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I used 2 x 180grams salmon fillets for 2 of us and made the full glaze though only used 1 tablespoon of brown sugar which was just a nice amount of sweetness for us and worked with my diabeties better. Just loved it and it was beautfully cooked in the time allotted - I cooked for 8 minutes and then poured the glaze over and baked in the oven for a further 2 to 3 minutes and we had salmon that flaked to perfection but was still moist. Thank you Barb Gertz for a delicious salmon recipe and Life Is Good for the recommendation in I Recommend Tag Game.

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I'mPat April 14, 2011

I love it. I've used this glaze multiple times, and it simply tastes great with salmon. I usually boil the sauce a little to thicken it up so that it sticks more to the fish at the end of cooking. One of favorites...easy, fast and tasty for an easy meal with rice and steamed veggies...or whatever...takes minutes.

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novoxhouston_12880428 October 25, 2010

DELICIOUS!! Change NOTHING. I could drink this glaze by itself. Its so yummy and so simple and if you follow the directions the samon is cooked to perfection. Can't say enough about this tasty meal :)

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CookinKaty August 13, 2009

This was a hit with my family. It is easy to prepare on a busy weeknight, cooks to perfection, has great flavor and is healthful too. We enjoyed it with brown rice and steamed broccoli. My teens loved it and I'm guessing that the sweet glaze would be pleasing to younger children too and a great way to introduce them to salmon. Thanks Barb Gertz for a new way to enjoy salmon.

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Acerast July 29, 2009

Fast, easy and delicious. I added a TBL of honey to make it a bit thicker, and used apple cider vinegar since I didn't have any rice wine vinegar.

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djones240 January 31, 2015

Love love love this recipe! I usually follow this recipe exactly, besides the vinegar, because I never remember to get it at the grocery store, but tonight I tried something new. I put a dash of crushed red pepper, a clove of garlic, diced, and a teaspoon of lemon juice, and it was great! This is a good change if you like a spicy kick to your food!

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rb634 February 09, 2013

My boys said that this was the best salmon I ever made. It was a perfect sweetness without covering up the flavor of the salmon. This will be my new salmon recipe.

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hbmb1019 October 18, 2012

Absolutely Love this! Only thing different that I did was added sliced garlic over the top of the salmon. Wonderfuly delicious! Thank you for posting! :D

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Garlicious! April 09, 2012

I really like salmon just about any way you make it, but my fiance - not so much. I've struggled to try to serve up an "edible" salmon recipe to him, resorting to making two main dishes most times. Then I stumbled upon this recipe. He and our 5-year old absolutely LOVED it, no exaggeration. Last night, they actually asked for it themselves, I was floored. From the moment I walked into the kitchen, to the time dinner was served (salmon, white japanese rice, and steamed asparagus), it took 20 minutes including all the prep and setting the table. Absolutely phenomenal recipe - exceptionally easy, fast, and delicious. Thank you so much Barb!

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sweetapus March 03, 2012

I substituted brown sugar twin for the brown sugar and it worked great. Loved the sauce and flavors!

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Jen In The Kitchen! September 13, 2011
Brown Sugar-Glazed Salmon