Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 20 mins

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Rub the salmon fillet all over with olive oil and press the flesh side firmly into the spice mix.
  2. Place skin side down on a broiling pan and broil for 10 minutes.
  3. Move the broiling pan into a 425 degree oven and bake for an additional 10 minutes or until the center of the filet is opaque.
  4. The finished fillet should slide right off the skin.


Most Helpful

We love salmon and like different variations...this one was especially good and unique. The spices did not overpower the fish, although I cut the quantities WAY back (1/4 of the recipe) and used lightly on the fish (steelhead salmon). I, too, was very skeptical of the spice combination, but it works wonderfully. Complex enough to crave more and more and more bites! I might also try on chicken. My whole family voted a repeat on this recipe! Super easy...give it a try. Next time, I'll cut back or omit the olive oil...we don't like any kind of oily fish. The fresher, the better!

karen bender April 21, 2010

WOW! What a great mixture of tastes. The cocoa powder was very different for me. This was my 1ST fish recipe ever!! Turned out perfect... if I can do it so can you. I did cut out the dry mustard, cumin(because I didn't have them in my pantry) and then the chili powder down to 1 T from 1/4 cup. Plus added a bit more cinnamon. It was still great and just the right about of spice for my family. This is something to make again and again!!

Jacqui #2 November 05, 2008

Just awesome! Restaurant quality salmon!!

ramsey_penegar September 23, 2008

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