Total Time
15mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

This is a DELICIOUS, tasty, easy to make recipe for salmon. The sauce really makes the recipe. I seen it made on the local TV station and I made it the next day. The recipe comes courtesy Debra Stice & The Broiler Steakhouse. Note: The recipe calls for 1/2 cup regular brown sugar,I used 1/4 cup brown sugar Splenda also 1/4 cup butter(instead of 1/2 cup), with GREAT results.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Place butter and brown sugar in a large skillet over medium heat.
  2. When butter is melted, place salmon fillets in the pan & add whiskey; Be careful of flare-up.
  3. The sugar will start to caramelize & the alcohol will cook off; 2 to 3 minutes.
  4. Cook in the sauce until salmon flakes; this depends on the thickeness of the salmon.
  5. Serve sauce over the salmon ; garnish with lemon slices, Enjoy.
Most Helpful

Nice way to prepare salmon in a sweet sauce. We found that this needed something though. I added a pinch of salt and some fresh cracked black pepper and that helped. The salmon was finished so I removed it and found the sauce a little harsh. I let the sauce reduce some more on its own and that improved the flavor alot. Next time I will try adding some herbs to the sauce and allowing it to cook more before adding the salmon. Thanks Barb!

Mama's Kitchen (Hope) August 21, 2007

I've made a similar recipe before, but made it with fresh or ground ginger, which adds a nice touch. We've found the best whiskey is Jack Daniels for this. Thanks

bud's mom May 20, 2007

We made this last week. I found Splenda "brown sugar" which is half Splenda and real brown sugar mixed together. It says to use half as much as the recipe calls for. So I made this with 1/2c Butter, 1/4c Splenda "brown sugar" and 1/2c of Maker's Mark Whisky. It was so incredible, I just now made up a saucepan of the sauce itself (no salmon) and am pouring it over vanilla ice cream!! This is going to be my new "secret weapon" in the dessert category!

ThinkAndDrive May 11, 2007