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Even my picky children like this one.For them,I eased back on the fresh ginger.If anyone knows how to make the glaze thicker without compromizing the taste I would like to hear from you.This was very easy,quick,and a real treat!

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Duck Soup November 15, 2002

Ann, I'm so glad you enjoyed the salmon! I'm sure you could increase the cornstarch to 1 or even 2 teaspoons without any problem.

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MizzNezz November 16, 2002

Absolutely delicious! I used 3 fillets of salmon but kept the glaze ingredients the same, although I used 1 tsp of the cornflour to make it slightly thicker. The other thing I did was to give the fillets a good covering of freshly ground black pepper. This is a definite keeper, thanks for sharing.

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Evie* August 25, 2003

Fast, easy and delicious. I used real maple syrup and double the recipe which wasn't necessary as there was plenty of sauce. I have made this several times on the bbq and baked it in the oven last night. Timing was perfect. The first time I made this I accidentally added the onions to the marinade. It tasted OK but I think the onions added at the end taste better.

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heather in Ont, October 26, 2008

This was wonderful!! I made this for dinner with a mixed rice pilaf and a tomato caprese salad. Definately going into my Favorites of 2012 for ease and taste. Made for Cook-a-Thon for MizzNezz.

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mama smurf September 22, 2012

Very good. Served without green onions. I will try it again with green onions. Thanks for posting.

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I marinated the fish a couple hours before cooking. I baked the fish skin side down as directed. Also, I cut the fish into 3 nice thick strips before marinating. The final product produced the absolute best fish I've ever made. And, by far the best salmon I've ever tasted! That glaze had the most perfect flavor. My husband said it was as good as a very expensive restaurant he ate at years ago and demanded seconds. Another thing I was amazed at was how nicely flakey and the fish turned out and not sloppy wet. I was prepared with a big spoonful of tartar sauce on my plate and didn't even touch it as it had a perfect tasting glaze and flakyness! This will be a definite keeper in my cookbook and the search ends here for a great fish recipe!! Thanks MizzNezz!!

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Seashorewalker January 07, 2009

It was so easy and tasted great. Next time I might use a tiny bit less soy sauce, just personal preference.

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jacee23 October 06, 2008

Very Yummy! I double the sauce..we like things saucy!!

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ritag82 September 09, 2008

When I first made this I'll have to agree that this had very little flavor. I tried it again but this time I marinated the salmon in the glaze for about 8 hours and what a difference. The salmon is moist and flavorful. Definately use real maple syrup, you won't be disappointed with this recipe.

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ChunkyPorkChops August 26, 2008
Maple Glazed Salmon