Sesame Roasted Salmon Skewers

"A recipe from Les saisons de Clodine"
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Ready In:
2hrs 15mins




  • Mix all ingredients without salmon and sesame seeds.
  • Skewer the salmon cubes on skewers.
  • Put the skewers in the marinade and let marinate in the fridge for 2 hours.
  • Preheat oven to 450°F.
  • Remove the skewers from the marinade (keep it), then roll in the sesame seeds.
  • Cook in oven 12 to 15 minutes. While the salmon is cooking, boil the marinade for a few minutes.
  • When ready to serve, you can serve the skewers with the remaining marinade as sauce.

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  1. Chef Tweaker
    Loved it! (although this is right up my alley for flavors so I knew I would). I omitted the rice vinegar and it seemed to do well without it. I actually added 2 tsp of orange blossom water as a replacement which gave a nice essence. I think 1.5 tsp would have been better though. Almost forgot to add that I boiled the sauce. You didn't mention it and I thought I would for those who are newbie cooks.
  2. gailanng
    Doubly-y good and I double the sincerity. I know, another skull numbing cliché.
  3. CaliforniaJan
    This recipe is worthy of a very nice piece of salmon. It is fantastic with a wonderful flavor. To keep calories down I just used a drizzle of the very tasty sauce and served it with couscous and asparagus. Made for photo tag and this is definitely a keeper. Thanks for posting!


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