I usually make salmon on Fridays and this past Friday, was no different. I want to make a new recipe each week and this is a new recipe but it didn’t end up they way I had planned.
It was supposed to be grilled. I baked it. It was to have chili sauce. I used chili powder. Otherwise, I stayed true to this recipe from All Recipes.
We love salmon and it could be plain but the additions, each week, are a surprise and it has become fun to see what salmon comes out of the kitchen, this Friday.
If you have any good salmon recipes, please link them up. If you don’t, link whatever recipe you would like. We love new recipes.
Sweet and Spicy Salmon
2 pieces of salmon
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/4 teaspoon chili powder
1/4 teaspoon ginger
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1 tablespoon lime juice
1 tablespoon brown sugar
3 scallions, chopped
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Place salmon in a baking pan to fit.
In medium size bowl, mix soy sauce, chili powder, ginger and garlic.
Pour sauce over salmon.
Sprinkle chopped scallions over salmon.
Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
Serve, spooning juice over salmon.
I added about a quarter of inch of water to the bottom of the pan to avoid it drying out and burning.
Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food site has a collection of 50 salmon recipes:
I will be waiting to collect all these salmon recipes you guys and gals have mentioned.
Hey Chaya, this looks scrumptious! I have a sweet and spicy salmon on my menu plans for this week – my recipe is very similar but includes Dijon mustard. I use mine more as a glaze for grilling. Nice healthy choice 🙂
Salmon is my favorite. And this recipe looks especially delicious.
Do I know which is your sister blog.
So, you liked my unpeeled potatoes at Comfy Cook?
Hubby is a salmon nut so I know we will be trying this soon! Looks scrumptious!
I love Salmon… In fact, i made mine last night, but won’t be posting til Thursday on my sister blog…
BUT, this sure does look amazing!
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