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Great fish! I used 1 1/2 pounds of salmon for 4 people but kept the marinade as is -- made plenty of marinade for the fish I used. Wonderful! Thanks for sharing!
This was outstanding salmon! followed the directions exactly, I could only find prepared wassabi in a tube so I used that. Sprinkled the filets with green onion and black sesame seeds. This was beautiful and delicious!
This was so good. I even got my 3 yo to try it and she liked it. I thought the flavor was perfect and not overpowering. I will definately keep this in my grilling cookbook.
The wasabi was surprisingly mild in this dish. The marinade is well flavored without being overly sweet. The fish was done to perfection in 8 minutes. Delicious!
My husband, who claims to not like Salmon, had two servings of this and raved! I really liked the flavor. I had never used wasabi prior to this and was thrilled with the overall taste and texture of the salmon. Thanks for sharing a great recipe! Now that my husband likes Salmon, I have a lot of new recipes I can try :)
We were a little disapointed with the flavour of this salmon. Considering all that is in the sauce, we found it quite bland. Surprized that the wasabi didn't come through at all. We were happy that it was not too sweet. Next time I think I would double the ingredient quantities, except for the honey and wine to give it a little stronger flavour. We did enjoy the salmon, thanks for sharing.
We really enjoyed this. The sauce wasn't as sweet as some teriyakis (this is good), and I liked the lime flavor. I topped the filets with lime slices and I also added a chopped scallion and some sesame seeds towards the end of cooking. Next time I will add more wasabi since I wished that flavor came through more. I served this with garlic mashed potatoes and a mix of summer squash, asparagus, and red bell pepper - yummy. Thank you!
The sauce for this was delicious! I deviated a bit from your cooking instructions, as I do not have a grill OR a working broiler. I simply cooked mine in a non-stick pan on the stove top. By the time the salmon was cooked (exactly 8 minutes!) the sauce had reduced nicely. One note: I did not taste the wasabi as much as I thought I would. The wasabi I used was quite strong, and I hesitated as I put the whole tsp in the sauce mixture, BUT it did not overpower the sauce at all....in fact it was quite subtle
Rita, had this last night and it was delicious!!! I love the taste and it glazed the top of the salmon just perfectly! Thanks for a keeper!!!