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Kim, this was wonderful! Next time I will make a bit more sauce, cause I just want my salmon swimming in it! I broiled it. Thanks so much!!!

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Sharon123 May 16, 2003

Excellent! I had fillets but they work so well with this, too. Thanks for sharing this easy healthy pleaser :)<br/>Made for Eating Right While Staying Cool / Diabetes Forum

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Mia in Germany July 05, 2013

I did this tonight for the first time and it was wonderful. I had 2 large fillets so I used 1 tbsp each honey, dijon and balsamic and 2 fresh garlic cloves. I baked them with half the sauce for half the time then basted with the rest. Salmon is my favourite fish so will be making this often. Thank you.

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The real English Rose July 14, 2011

We really enjoyed this. We eat salmon about once a week and it was a nice compliment to the salmon steaks. I might cut back on the mustard a bit the next time, but it was enjoyed by all.

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Larawithoutau May 29, 2010

Best homemade marinade I've had on salmon. Yummy.

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melissabeth1217 September 18, 2009

This recipe turned my salmon non-eater into a salmon eater!! Thank you for posting this recipe Kim - life is much easier at the dinner table now!

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racomom August 23, 2009

This is an excellent recipe. The flavors are really nice with the salmon. I tasted the glaze before basting and thought it would be too strong, but it isn't. I did bake mine in the oven, and it turned out very nice. I will make again. Thanks, Kim!

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Recipe Reader December 10, 2008

We simply can not have enough salmon recipes in this house because it is one three kinds of fish I can get my husband to eat. So, we have it usually once a week. I really enjoyed the sweet and tangy taste and especially appreciated that there was no oil involved with the coating which is great for people such as myself that are eating salmon as part of a calorie and fat controlled diet. I did this under my broiler because October in London isn't grilling weather and it still worked out fine. Made for Market Tag.

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Sarah_Jayne October 19, 2008

Amazing! I love it when such a simple and easy recipe provides so much flavor! This took literally a minute to mix the glaze! Waited longer for the grill to heat than the entire recipe took! :) Very very nice! The cooking time is perfect! The salmon was perfectly cooked, light char on the outside and just barely done in the center but not raw! Juicy and tasty and fantastic! I used salmon fillets that were about 1/2 to 3/4 inch thick- I stink at measurements! lol I did let the salmon come to room temp before putting on the grill. It is summer so that didnt take long! lol Grilled 3 mins on the first side and 2 on the next side. Perfection! Served with a green salad and a cold beverage! Made a great hot summer day meal that left the kitchen and the cook nice and cool! Thanks Kim! *Made for Beverage Tag*

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) July 26, 2008

Great recipe. I used 1 T. country-style dijon, because it was all I had. I only wish that the recipe would have said to cook over medium heat, because the honey got scorched. But it was still very good, and I will definitely be making this again.

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KissKiss April 10, 2008
Grilled Honey-Balsamic Salmon