Easy and tasty. I omitted the water. Definitely a keeper!
When cooking salmon fillets, I normally make a "gravy" of soy sauce, fresh lime juice, spring onions and a red chili pepper (two if I'm feeling in a hot mood!). But I was out of soy tonight so tried this recipe using balsamic. I found the sugar made it too sweet so would omit that in the future. However, balsamic works just as well as soy, so thank you! Accompanied with baked beef mushrooms and rice makes it a weekly yummy meal for me! Oh and I also normally bake the salmon in tinfoil with a knob of butter for 15 mins as this keeps it moist.
This is one of my favorite recipes that I've found on Zaar. It's very easy to fix and adds something different to the standard lemon treatment for salmon. I sometimes add a thinly sliced onion when I'm cooking the salmon. Wonderful recipe. Thanks so much for posting, Bobbie!
That was one of the best salmon recipes I have ever had!!! Even though I overcooked salmon, this recipe was fantastic!
My DH and I loved this salmon recipe. I had to go out of my way to find a good salmon fillet but would do so again in a heartbeat. I made no changes to the recipe and would recommend it as it stands wholeheartedly.
I prepared this reciped for my family. We love a good balsamic vinegar glaze on just about any meat, but the sweet and sourness of the sauce didn't mesh well in my family's book. I feel that the balsamic vinegar would have been much better used on chicken breast or a pork tenderloin. I think it's a shame to waste a good balsamic vinegar in recipe. I also would have used someting with a spicy taste that would better blend with the fish.(like a cajun rud or a roasted red pepper pesto)
Delicious! Loved the sweetness of the sauce. Thank you!