Honey Salmon

  • Prep Time: 0 mins
  • Total Time: 0 mins
  • Servings: 2
  • Ingredients

  • 1/4 cupoil
  • 2tablespoonshoney
  • 2tablespoonsDijon mustard
  • 1 -2clovegarlic, minced
  • cayenne pepper
  • 1/4 teaspooncoriander
  • 2tablespoonsfresh lemon juice
  • salt
  • 2 (6ounce) salmon steaks or 2 (6ounce)salmon fillets
  • to tastedill sprigs, for garnish
  • Directions

  • Combine the oil, honey, mustard, garlic, cayenne, coriander, lemon juice and salt in a shallow dish. Mix well.
  • Add the salmon and let marinate for 30 minutes at room temp.
  • Place the salmon on a med.-hot fire, grill the salmon five to six minutes per side or until they flake easily.
  • Remove from grill and garnish with the dill sprigs.
  • Reviews

  • “I am not a fish eater (love shell fish though). I did this for some people who wanted salmon grilled.They were dutifully impressed and claimed it suited them just fine.Based on their opinion I rated it 4 stars!”

  • “I have made this for the family many times. Easy, fast and tastes great! Also works really well with trout. Yum”

  • “I have made this recipe several times as well as passing it on to a friend who is a big salmon lover.What can I say?It is hands down the best salmon dish I have ever tasted – I look forward to summer so that I can make it on the barbeque!”

  • “So good! Since lemons are very pricy in my neck of the woods, I added the zest to the marinade. I chose to bake the fish instead of grilling. Definitely a repeat recipe. :)”

  • “as suggested i omitted the coriander and added fresh dill to the mixture”

  • “Thank you for the awesome recipe!It’s so easy, fast, and delicious.My husband and I LOVED it, and I will definitely be using this recipe again soon!”

  • “Great recipe, made this last night.I LOVED the lemon flavor in the background.It would be 5 stars, but I made some changes.I substituted dill for the coriander (just because I love dill and salmon together).I also used a little less oil, more honey and dijon.I skipped the fresh dill, since I didn’t have any.I’ll be using this again!”

  • “This was very good! I cooked the sauce after the fish and use as a glaze.”

  • “Loved it! Thanks”

  • “I used frozen fresh salmon fillets and used my indoor electric grill and these still were awesome!I also loved the marinade so much that I made a honey-Dijon sauce;simply make another batch of marinade, but don’t add the lemon juice!!I loved the sauce addition and my boyfriend said “YUMMMMM” to the fish/sauce combination.Great recipe and easy to throw together!!”

  • “LOVE, LOVE, LOEVED it !The thing about this recipe is it’s so diffrent from the same old salmon. It has a great taste ! It’s a party in your mouth. 🙂 Thanks for the post Dancer^!”

  • “Had to make some substitutions but came out AMAZING”

  • “Very nice!We all loved having a marinade that did NOT have soy sauce in it.This was easy and delicious-what more can you ask for!I baked the fish in the marinade at 400 for 17 minutes.”

  • “Just made this for lunch…… … I need to learn how to marinade…. but think I got away with it lol……. didn’t have all the ingredients like the mustard and coriander….. also used paprika instead of cayenne pepper….but it was scrummy! …. definitelyupped the salmon likability! …. and am sure would more once I learn to marinade properly lolthe honey edge was yummy!”

  • “A very tasty dish.The salmon was very moist and delicious.I didn’t grill it (too cold outside for outdoor cooking), so I baked it for 30 minutes alongside a dish or roasted vegetables.I will definitely make this again.Thanks for postinggreat recipe Dancer.”

  • “Excellent dish, I don’t haveagrill, so I just cooked it in the oven at 400 for about 25 minutes (check after 15 minutes). Turned out great, and would easily impress guests.”

  • “Easy and tasty”

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