I've always made salmon poached with melted butter over it. In an effor to cut down on fat, I made this recipe and charcoal broiled it. I have never been able to eat salmon skin before. This was delicious, skin and all.
I really liked this recipe. Next time, I'll probably put the sesame seeds and green onion in the marinade, since I rarely sprinkle things on at the end. Also, I steamed this in the microwave and it turned out just beautifully!
This recipe made a very moist salmon that everyone enjoyed. I found the flavors very mild and almost non-existant. I will not use this recipe again for entertaining.
I have to admit that I was worried that we would not like this. When I made the marinade- it was not what I expected. But it was sooooo great on the fish! We omitted the green onions & sesame seeds. I also did what another reviewer suggested and used sesame oil instead of vegetable. Thanks for sharing.
This is my favorite way to fix salmon. In the summer I use the grill and in the winter, the broiler. The leftovers are good too. I use yellow mustard since I don't care for brown. And, I usually marinade it in a ziploc bag for a couple hours. Unfortunately, some in the family don't care for sesame seeds so I don't get to use them but it is still yummy without them.
We had this salmon over a salad, and the flavor was awesome. I used a touch of sesame oil too. I mistakenly used fresh ginger instead of ground. A make-again recipe.
Very good! Quick and easy marinade that makes dinner on a hot summer night a breeze. We grilled the salmon (my preference) but forgot to add the sesame seeds and green onions. That would have been a nice touch, but the salmon was excellent with just the marinade.
This is one of those marinades that does not fade the delicious flavor of the salmon. I enjoyed it. Very simple flavors which blend really well with the salmon. Thank you for sharing. Salmon is a big treat for me.