Simple Asian Glazed Salmon

Simple Asian Glazed Salmon created by Sarah_Jayne

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  • Preheat oven to 425°F.
  • Combine brown sugar, dijon, soy sauce and rice vinegar in small bowl.
  • Mix until sugar is dissolved.
  • Place salmon on baking sheet and brush with glaze mixture.
  • Bake at 425 F for approximately 15 minutes or until done, brushing with glaze several times during baking.
  • If desired, broil for 1 minute to caramelize glaze.
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  1. ratherbeswimmin
    We love salmon and this was very easy. Great Asian-flavored glaze. I lined my baking pan with foil and roasted in oven, then finished under broiler. Otherwise, I would have had a big mess to clean up. Thanks Redsie.
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  2. HeatherN
    This was really good! I did do the stint under the broiler, which made a sticky mess out of my pan which I'm not looking forward to washing, but the fish was delish.
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  3. karens2kids
    Delicious fish dish!!! We loved the taste of the glaze on our salmon. It had such great flavor, kind of like sweet and sour!!! I made the salmon to have along with Stir fried noodles with pea pods, onions and carrots and had Asian coleslaw along with it for sides. Everyone gave this 2 thumbs up and asked for it to be made again, so it will be! Thanks!
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  4. Sarah_Jayne
    Both of us really enjoyed this as part of our main meal tonight. I used splenda's brown sugar blend and black rice vinegar (because I had it) but everything else was done as written. I enjoyed the sweet and slightly sour taste. I did broil it for the last minute or so and that firmed up the sauce a bit. What there was left of the sauce I drizzled over some steamed carrots which was very tasty. Made for Zaar Star tag.
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  5. Sarah_Jayne
    Simple Asian Glazed Salmon Created by Sarah_Jayne
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