My wife is vegetarian and does not eat any fish or vegetables. She is 4 months pregnant right now, however, and has been craving fish. She has eaten Tuna Fish on sandwiches and grew tired of this quickly, still leaving her with a fish craving. I made this recipe for her and she loved it. I marinated for 1/2 hour and then wrapped it in foil with the marinade and baked at 375 for 45 minutes and it turned out great! I could still taste the salmon and the marinade complimented it well.
Well I did this a little different. I baked it instead of grilling,and used Mahi-Mahi instead of Salmon, but the result was the same. Fantastic, my husband was thrilled! I will be using this recipe again!!!
Wonderful. A big hit. I followed the tin foil advice and it came out great, but I opened the foil for the last five minutes to brown the top. Buy an extra pound of salmon and make some for sandwiches the next day; my leftovers that had been sitting in their juices in the fridge overnight were almost better than the hot dish!
This was my first attempt to cook grilled salmon and oh, was I pleased with the results! It is an easy recipe to fix and even easier on the palate to eat. I really like ginger so I think next time I'll increase that particular ingredient. Looking forward to making it again.
We really liked this recipe - I used lemonade instead of orange juice when I made it and it was good...will try orange juice next time.
Mmmmm....this was delicious! I cooked this one outdoors over charcoal, it turned it great! The honey gives a delicate sweetness without being overpowering. I love grilled fish, it's so healthy for you. Great dinner, with no leftovers! Thanks, Mirjam! :)
Really nice flavour combination, I wrapped the salmon in foil and baked in the oven, very tender.
Oooooo...this was a delicious recipe! I highly recommend letting this marinate the full 30 minutes if you can. I gave it 15-20 minutes myself, and I think a longer time would have penetrated the sauce into the fish more. I used a Foreman grill to grill these, and while the fish looked a little burnt by the time it was done, it was really the marinade that was burnt and it actually gave more of a crust effect without the burnt taste. I highly recommend this marinade to anyone, and I think I might try it on some other meat as well. Thanks for posting!
this recipe has got to be the best...! the salmon turned out so juicy and tasty! thanks!