Amanda's Birthday Salmon

Amanda loves salmon and I wanted to do something special for her birthday, so I made up this recipe. Luckily, she loved it and asked that I be sure to write this one down on Zaar so as to not lose it. So, Amanda, here is your birthday salmon.

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  • For sauce: Whisk olive oil, orange juice and terriyaki sauce together in a saucepan.
  • Stir in ginger& green onions.
  • Bring to a boil and allow to reduce for 5 minutes.
  • In a skillet heat olive oil& butter.
  • When hot, add salmon and brown on each side.
  • Cook for about 3-4 minutes per side or until salmon starts to flake.
  • Add sauce, turning salmon to coat.
  • Cook for another 2 minutes.
  • Serve salmon with sauce.
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"Amanda loves salmon and I wanted to do something special for her birthday, so I made up this recipe. Luckily, she loved it and asked that I be sure to write this one down on Zaar so as to not lose it. So, Amanda, here is your birthday salmon."
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  1. Geema
    I'll add my 5 stars to this delicious recipe that made us feel as if we were dining at a top restaurant. I followed the recipe except for the addition of a teaspoon of sugar added to the sauce before reducing it. I had never cooked salmon in a skillet, always baking it in the oven, and I was concerned about the outcome. It turned out perfectly and the sauce coated the fish nicely. I served this with wilted spinach cooked with sliced blood oranges and gingered rice. Thanks for an awsome meal Mysterygirl.
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  2. Judy from Hawaii
    This is an easy, but flavorful way to cook salmon. The only thing I did differently was to sprinkle some toasted sesame seeds on the fish for presentation. I served this with rolls and a tossed salad.
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  3. Latchy
    This was such a simple but tasty recipe, just how I like them. I served this with baby steamed new potatoes and steamed asparagus. Perfect was the reply I got when asking how dinner was. Its a keeper.
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  4. Mysterygirl
    Amanda loves salmon and I wanted to do something special for her birthday, so I made up this recipe. Luckily, she loved it and asked that I be sure to write this one down on Zaar so as to not lose it. So, Amanda, here is your birthday salmon.
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