11 Reviews

Followed recipe exactly & love it. Reminds me of the Firecracker salmon rolls at Cheesecake Factory. I baked the salmon at 400 for 15 minutes.

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katreasanchez January 09, 2008

Delicious, even the kids loved it!! So simple to make!!

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Coffee Criss May 05, 2012

Wow! We loved this recipe! It was very easy to prepare and the flavors are terrific! Thanks!

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babytoothdoc February 24, 2011

This was really liked by my taste testers, I thought it was pretty good but I may try combining it with Honey Ginger Grilled Salmon. It would make it a little sweeter and I think the ginger would be a great compliment.

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Chef ladyinblue3 January 23, 2010

I've made this now using both salmon and trout, and it turns out perfectly every time.

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Chef Jean Louise July 22, 2009

This was a fantastic and tasty way to prepare salmon. I added three cloves of crushed garlic and substitutes 1 heaping tablespoon of fresh ginger instead of the powder. I also omitted the salt as a personal preference. I could not find peanut oil either and used sesame oil instead and it turned out lovely. We will definitely be having this again. Thanks for posting!

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cyaos June 03, 2008

I've been making this for years as an OAMC dish - I freeze family-sized portions with the marinade using my vacuum sealer, which really enhances the flavor. This is similar to another "Firecracker Salmon" recipe on 'zaar', but the main difference is the addition of sesame oil - this is a critical ingredient, IMHO! Thanks for posting!

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Gatorbek March 18, 2008

DH and I made this for dinner tonight and LOVED it. DH even braved the beginning of a snowstorm to fire up the grill so we could try this out. It was definitely worth it! The flavor was delicious and it smelled fantastic. DH kept saying how much he enjoyed it, and he does not say that very often. We used trout for this recipe. The marinade could not have been easier for me to put together. I marinaded 4 hours. Thank you very much for this keeper!

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Dr. Jenny March 04, 2008

I substituted apple cider vinegar for balsamic, omitted the ginger, and added roasted sesame seeds. We can't grill in the apartment, but frying the sea trout fillets in a wok with canola oil worked great too!

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Never trust a skinny cook May 26, 2008

This is a great marinade and one I used many times in the past. I found it cleaning out a recipe box and come to list it as a new recipe and found it here already so will rate it instead. Thanks for posting.

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Ben's Mom October 12, 2007
Firecracker Grilled Salmon or Ocean Trout