9 Reviews

Wonderful.....and if its raining and you can't grill then 6 minutes per side under the broiler works nicely with 1.5" salmon steaks. I basted when I flipped them over.Terrific flavor.

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CampChatsworthCook May 20, 2012

Don't miss this one - delicious. I marinated for about 4 hours, planked it on the grill and served with Mikekey's Grilled Summer Squash with Fettuccine. Very moist and great flavor. Thanks Kitten.

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TXOLDHAM July 25, 2010

So easy with such great results! My son and I loved this salmon and I will have to make it again soon! So good with your grilled corn and grilled zucchini! Thanks! Made for Kittencal's Grilling game.

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Sharon123 July 19, 2010

We loved the flavor of the fish! Everyone gave it thumbs up, so it's going into my favorites to make again!

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Recipe Maven April 25, 2009

Really easy & really tasty!! Every recipe I have tried of yours is always perfect!!!!!!! Thank you Kittencal for another perfect recipe!!!!!!

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buzzie July 10, 2008

I used a filet and marinated it for 90 minutes, as suggested. Then I broiled it on each side for 3 minutes, basting heavily when I turned it and it came out perfect! I didn't change a thing in the sauce ingredients and it was wonderful served with baked yams and steamed mixed veggies of squash, red & green peppers, asparagus, carrots and onions for a healthy and delicious Sunday dinner. Thank you for sharing your recipe! I will definitely try this again on the grill when my 12 yr. old grandaughter comes over. She loves salmon!

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keen5 April 07, 2008

My salmon marinated for most of the day... and when I was ready to cook I tossed it on my indoor grill for about 6 minutes per side. I love teriyaki and salmon, so putting the two together is a small piece of heaven! My husband and daughter (she's 8) liked this too. Thank you for a new favorite recipe.

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Nickeletta January 27, 2007

The title for the recipe was accurate. I marinated for about 3 hours, then grilled on an oiled barbeque for about 20 minutes. The salmon came out nice and moist, not at all dry. I might have liked just a bit more oomph, but my guests were happy and ate every bite. Next time I will add just a bit more mustard.

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windhorse23 September 05, 2005

My dh said this was the best salmon i've ever made!So thanks for great recipe.I used a filet and did it under the broiler.it was so moist.Thanks Linda.

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lin1 July 19, 2005
Easy and Delicious Grilled Teriyaki Salmon Steaks