Loved this recipe. Next time, I will add some minced garlic and shallots. Will try the Dijon as others used. I cooked mine at 400 degrees for 15 minutes. I do all my salmon this way.
Made today for dinner skipped the scallions & almonds but it made ho hum salmon into a tasty meal.<br/>Make sure to use real maple syrup & the glaze thickened up just perfectly.
Easy and good the whole family liked. I put salmon in individual foil packets divided the sauce among the four closed them and grilled 15min which was to long but we still enjoyed them!
Delicious! Made up the glaze tonight and let it marinate for awhile. Didn't have soy so used ponzu sauce (which is just soy with citrus). Baked up deliciously!!
Temperature instructions might be off. Most of the glaze burned to the pan when I stopped halfway to baste.
I made a 1.5x batch of this for my family of 6 and we loved it. We prefer our salmon on the medium side, so I wouldn't go even 15 minutes next time. There WILL be a next time, and I will try adding some dijon as others have recommended. One thing I picked up from other reviews was the need to grease the baking sheet- I used foil with a silicone mat on top and that was perfect.
My family loved this and it will become a staple at our place. :)
Nom, nom, nom...it's just THAT good!!!!
So good and easy. I added one clove of garlic and marinated the salmon in the sauce for about an hour.
Had most of the ingredients already on hand so picked up the other simple ones while I was out getting my salmon. I even made the veggie stir fry like you recommended (with rice) they all go together perfectly. My family devoured this meal. There was actual silence at the table while everyone gobbled it up! Will definitely use again. Thanks