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Made for Think Pink 213 Cancer Awareness tag game and this was a winner and so simple. I cut the recipe in half for DH and I and on DH's piece I did add a little brown sugar (he likes a little sweetness with this salmon) and put it in the oven like Bergy but I set the oven at 350 and baked it for about 18 minutes. Delicious! Served with brown rice/ red quinoa mix and fresh green beans.<br/>Thank you for posting.

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mama smurf October 08, 2013

I grilled the salmon on a piece of aluminum foil, skin down. This is my new favorite recipe for salmon. Quick and easy. Made for Think Pink tag for Breast Awareness Month 2010.

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AcadiaTwo October 27, 2010

Lovely way to cook salsom! I baked mine in the oven 'til almost done, then shoved it in the broiler for 2 minutes. A simple and quick way to have dinner on the table! Thnx for sharing your recipe, Chrissey. Made for THINK PINK Oct 2009.

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Darkhunter October 25, 2009

Yummy! This is so quick, simple, and good. I used a fresh sockeye fillet and made as directed. I served this with a baked potato and 'fairy trees', lol. Thanks Chrissy for a new keeper. Made for Think Pink tag for Breast Awareness Month.

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lazyme October 15, 2009

We really enjoyed this recipe - I baked the filet covered at 375F removed foil for the last 5 minutes. Didn't use salt nor any oil - It was perfect. Thanks for posting it Chrissy

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Bergy October 11, 2008
Lemony Salmon (A.k.a. Pink Princess Fish)