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Honey-Soy Broiled Salmon

August/September 2006, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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A sweet, tangy and salty mixture of soy sauce, rice vinegar and honey does double-duty as marinade and sauce. Toasted sesame seeds provide a nutty and attractive accent. Make it a meal: Serve with brown rice and sautéed red peppers and zucchini slices.



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Honey-Soy Broiled Salmon

40 Reviews for Honey-Soy Broiled Salmon

09/14/2010
Anonymous

Excellent! I'm not a salmon lover at all and this was the best I ever had. However, I did go a little unhealthy and drizzle a teaspoon of butter at the end of broiling. I was great!

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08/20/2010

Great recipe! 30 minutes was plenty of time to marinate the salmon. I used a handful of chopped candied ginger because it was that or ground ginger and I figured the extra sweetness would go well with the honey. Yum!

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07/18/2010
Anonymous

this is our "go-to" recipe for salmon! we use a charcoal grill and cedar planks and it never fails us! serve with grilled asparagus and you'll be in food heaven!

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06/03/2010
Anonymous

This recipe is SO easy. it took like 10 minutes to make the marinade. Then i turned on the broiler. then i sat down to look at more eatingwell.com recipes while the broiler heated up and the fish marinated. Then i put teh salmon in the foil covered pan and roasted it for exactly 9 minutes (my fish was on the thinner side). The time is only in the marinade!. (FYI, i always use a bottle of soy-ginger mix because i cant stand grating ginger, it goes to waste. its great for stir fries too). And, my daughter ate it too!

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04/23/2010
Anonymous

Wow it is so good and tasty
I am a real fish lover!!!!!

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