By JANIC412 on August 31, 1999
Photo by Sharon123
Photo by Sharon123
Serving Size: 1 (174 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This melts in your mouth! I served this to my Book Club and they loved it! My only suggestion would be to "watch" the amount of marinade the recipe makes; I adjusted the recipe for 6 people and had a TON more marinade than I needed."
"Yummy and easy!"
"Loved this! I'm not a fish/seafood lover, but hubby is and I still loved it. I cooked it on a cedar plank and it was terrific. The only change I made was to take the marinade, add cornstarch, and cook in a small skillet to thicken. Served this to pour over salmon at the table. MMMM!"
"Delicious!! We made this for a birthday dinner for my dad, who loves fish. I doubled the recipe and marinated the salmon for maybe 2 hours and the only change we made was to grill it on cedar planks. It got rave reviews and I would definitely make this again! Thank you!!"
"Boy! was this good!!! Made this recipe for 4th of July for 10 people and it drew raves!! Everyone commented on how much they liked the sweetness of the pineapple taste. Of course, like others have suggested, I marinated for 3 days AND used more bourbon (about 3 ounces), and sesame oil. One additional touch, I cooked the filets on cedar planks on my gas bbq. Result -- FANTASTIC!! Served with my Corn-Tomato-and-Black-Bean-Salsa. Made a big hit!!"
"I have made this many times but finally had to comment. My family loves this. My daughter would never even touch any fish until i made this. I like using orange juice instead of the pineapple. Great recipe!"
"Made this for dinner tonight for my wife, and her boss and his wife. They all loved it, They dine in some pretty fancy restaurants and they were impressed. Followed recipe but took advice from one review to marinate for several days WOW !!! Served with baked sweet potato and Brussels Sprouts #378366. Dessert was a Chocolate Carmel Bar. Bill K #1440799"
"This was really good. I marinated it for two days, and as others suggested, added a *bit* more bourbon! ;) The flavor was still very mild, but it complemented the salmon nicely. Yum! I would give it 5 stars, rest of the family said it was good but they wished the marinade had a deeper flavor."
"Very good, but needs to marinate several hours, one hour is just not enough to really get the flavor."
"This is the exact recipe that Lone Star uses. The only difference is that they marinade for three days. YUMMY! Thanks."
"This was AWESOME! I grilled this on a cedar plank for about 25 minutes, and it was theeee best salmon I've ever had! The family also gobbled this up, no complaints. Great recipe!"
"I made this last week with Copper River salmon. At first I was concerned with the amount of oil called for because salmon is quite oily naturally but it worked out fine. I may never prepare salmon any other way again...it was that delicious! It's just the perfect light accent to the freshness of the fish...thanks for a fabulous recipe!"
"Have made this a few times now. Doesn't matter about the juice, use OJ if no pineapple. I added extra bourbon or JD. I also used sesame oil instead of veg. Grated ginger is great too. I also added cornstarch to reserve, heated and served it over top the salmon. You can do so much with this as a base. GREAT recipe!"
"This was WONDERFUL!!! I've never had Salmon, and my husband found this recipe & tried it....I couldn't stop taking "just one more bite"! We will definitely be making this again & again! Thank you!"
"I scaled this down for one and it came out very nicely! I served with corn on the cob and fresh sliced ripe tomatoes. Thanks!"
"I took the advice of Girl Friday and increased the bourbon quite a bit. I really wanted that flavor to come through. It turned out great, slightly carmelized on the outside, tender and delicious on the inside. This is a great marinade for fish, but would also be good for chicken or pork. Served with balsamic asparagus, cinnamon-butter yeast rolls, and roasted herb potatoes. Yum!"
"Wonderful marinade. I used my sealing machine to marinade in 10+ minutes. My son and I both loved it -- and I generally do not eat fish. I had about 1.6lbs of salmon cut into 4 filets. The recipe here was sufficient for that. I pan cooked for 8 minutes on each side starting with skin side down. I still spooned some marinade over the filets and covered while they cooked."
"This was good, but with all of the other strong flavors, I couldn't taste any bourbon at all. I think next time I will increase the amount of bourbon in the recipe. "
"absolutely delicious. A big hit and easy to make."
"I really love salmon and I\\\'m always looking for new ways to make it. The salmon has a much better flavor if you marinade for SEVERAL hours or overnight."