Grilled Teriyaki Salmon

"This just might be the best salmon you will ever have! Plan ahead the salmon needs to chill for 3-6 hours. This recipe may be reduce to half if desired."
Grilled Teriyaki Salmon created by Peter J
Ready In:
2hrs 12mins



  • In a bowl mix together together soy sauce, brown sugar, water, Worcestershire sauce, oil, ginger and lemon pepper; whisk until no sugar granules remain (this might take a couple of minutes) add in garlic halves and green onion.
  • Wash the salmon under cold water then pat dry using paper towels.
  • Place the salmon into a long deep glass dish (or use a large resealable plastic freeze bag) then pour the marinade over; turn salmon to coat in the marinade.
  • Refrigerate for 3-6 hours (turning occasionally).
  • Set grill to medium heat, then grease the grill glates.
  • Place the salmon on the grill, then discard marinade.
  • Season with salt and more lemon pepper if desired.
  • Grill for 6-8 minutes per side or until the fish flakes easily (do not overcook!.
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  1. ruth18426_13016205
    This Grilled Salmon Teriyaki was very, very great. We added broccoli slaw and pineapple, jicama & cucumber salad. And the wine! It wasn't a special occasion but it was a special dinner. The grilled salmon teriyaki will be often. It helps my diabetes, too.
  2. Oh Mama
    This is really special! Didn`t change a thing and everyone in my family wanted seconds & thirds. Option: I put the leftover marinade in a saucepan, brought it to a low boil then simmered so I could serve it on the side, cause it's too good to waste. Tip: Keep a fresh chunk of ginger in a freezer bag to peel and finely grate, as needed (no need to defrost). I used a 2 lb. steelhead trout fillet (similar flavour & texture to salmon) & it took 5 minutes per side on our Cuisinart Griddler Combo indoor grill. Tip: Stick a fork in the top of the fish and twist; if it flakes, it`s done. If it feels like it needs to be cut with a knife, add 2 more minutes. Thank you Kittencal for providing my 3rd. awesome recipe from your repertoire!
  3. Peter J
    This was great! Really nice teriyaki flavor that beats the bottled version hands down. The sugar gave a slight caramelization effect and it was wonderful along with a light salad.
  4. Peter J
    Grilled Teriyaki Salmon Created by Peter J
  5. kda949
    My daughter voted it the best dinner of the year! I have made a similiar salmon recipe before but it did not call for worchester sauce or lemon pepper (which I used very little of). Other then that I followed the recipe pretty close- I did skip the veggie oil. I used crush garlic for most of the require garlic with 2 cloves sliced. We made it with BBQed asparagus- marrinaded in a similar recipe and rice. Yummy- will make again

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