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Making this recipe was a purely selfish act on my part, since I am the only one in the house at the moment who eats fish. I am so pleased with myself that I decided to make this salmon! I mixed the marinade in a Ziploc back and let the salmon sit in there for a whole day in the fridge while I was at work. At suppertime it took just minutes to finish it off, and the smell coming out of the pan was amazing! The best part about this selfish act of mine was that I had enough left over for lunch the next day, but not enough to share with my jealous coworkers. This is some of the best salmon I've made myself in a long time! Thanks for the recipe!

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Mirj October 21, 2003

I've been looking for a while for a great salmon recipe - I believe I will be searching no more! This smells and tastes WONDERFUL!

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emershine February 04, 2014

We love salmon & this recipe did not disappoint. I used skinless fillets for this & it turned out great. We loved the sauce. Will definitely 'make again!'

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deepfreeze June 20, 2008

We really enjoyed this - not only is it delicious but it is easy to prepare - quick to cook - and a breeze to clean up afterwards. I followed the recipe as it is written and served with french fries and peas. It will be awhile before I try the variations as this combination was great. Thanks

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Chefs daughter November 06, 2007

Yumm!!! This salmon is so delicious. Amazing. Be careful not to burn the sauce! Easily done :( Will def make it again. It makes me miss Canada even more.

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vtobias November 01, 2007

Wow! I felt like a real chef with this one. My family really enjoyed it for my Mother's Day Bruch I hosted. The flavor was fantastic and if you are not a real fish eater, you will love this one. Divine...

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brilliantbride June 04, 2006

Wonderful flavour combination, made this for a special dinner and everyone enjoyed it...simple easy to follow directions, thanks for sharing.

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Evie* March 02, 2006

Received well by all of my family. I used black treacle instead of dark maple syrup (that is not easily available in the UK). The caramlysed sauce was the business as we say in England.

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Harry_The_Leg January 03, 2005

Salmon & maple syrup - what could be more delicious or more Canadian? I scaled the recipe in half, used maple syrup from the Mennonites up on the Bruce Peninsula & Kirkland Atlantic Salmon from Costco. These fillets are fairly thick so it took 15 minutes at step 16. I look forward to trying this another time with Teriyaki which is a family favourite. Thanx Toolie!

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CountryLady June 24, 2004

THANK YOU for a delicious salmon recipe! The combination of the maple syrup, white wine, lemon and seasonings is perfect!! I marinated fish as directed, my fillets were quite thin so I adjusted cooking time accordingly. I will try this again with the ginger teriyaki cilantro seasonings. Thanks Toolie

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Elly in Canada June 07, 2004
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