20 Reviews

Miss Annie, I double the five stars to TEN. I just loved the salmon. I used brown sugar instead of white sugar. I forgot the cayenne pepper. But I did season the fish with Pepper before marinating . This recipe is a keeper!!!!!!

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Rita~ December 20, 2002

Love the flavours in this salmon dish, the cayenne gives it a tasty zing. Served with a green salad and baked potato. yum!

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Evie* December 21, 2002

What a great marinade and glaze for salmon. It is so simple to throw together and the result was that wonderful sweet/hot/salty/sour combination that we love. I chose to grill it which resulted in nice caramelized bits from the sugar and ketchup. Thank you Miss Annie for sharing the recipe.

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BonnieZ July 16, 2009

Very enjoyable flavor and easy to prepare. This has a beautiful bright red color when cooked. Next time I might use a bit less ketchup and less sugar.

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HeatherFeather May 01, 2008

Wow, what can I say that hasn't been said already?! A very tasty, EASY recipe that has the perfect combination of sweet and tangy. This will definitely make many more appearances in my house.

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monkeygirl8 October 14, 2007

This recipe was fantastic. I made it for my boyfriend and myself and we both thought the glaze was outstanding. I only used the juice of half a lime, since we typically don't like the lime flavor. I love to try new recipes but this will be one that will surely go in the permanent collection.

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psulauren January 28, 2007

Thankyou miss annie this is now a firm favorite in our household ...my 8 year old who won't touch salmon LOVES this and requests it for dinner the mango and cucumber sets it off perfectly,i have made this with the cayenne and without and i have also added the garlic as suggested by frugalshop no matter how you do it its perfect

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Angel-mae & cleopatra's mummy October 12, 2006

I served this to my guests and they LOVED it! Will make it again and again. I omitted the cayenne and added fresh chopped garlic. I sauteed it in oil just until brown and still soft. It was excellent!

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frugalshop August 25, 2006

Easy to make and delicious! I used Splenda instead of sugar and it turned out just fine. The flavor may be a bit strong if you like to taste your fish but we thought this combination was great. Just the right amount of kick. Thanks for a new way of preparing salmon. Now we have an alternative to the standard lemon & dill.

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luvinlif2k June 23, 2006

Miss Annie, thanks for a great recipe! We made this on the grill, following your instructions exactly. I don't do hot very well, and was a little concerned about the cayenne. No problem! The flavors melded deliciously and there was just a hint of zing along with the sweet. A winner for sure! This one goes into my "use often" file.

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MizzNezz June 21, 2006
South Pacific Salmon