"Serve your next salmon dish with this Asian style hoisin sauce, a tangy peanut touch that compliments perfectly." — JIF®
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JIF® Creamy Peanut Butter
finely chopped onions
rice wine vinegar
4 (6 ounce)
CRISCO® Cooking Spray
Salt and pepper
I altered this a little bit: I was baking my salmon, so I just mixed the ingredients together in a bowl (used much less water, and didn't use cooking spray or scallions), spread half of it over the salmon, covered and baked at 300* for 15 or so min, then spread the rest on, took the cover off, and cooked at 425 until done. PERFECT!!!!! served over rice, the only thing I regret is not making more sauce to serve with my rice.
Fantastic taste! I was not much of a salmon fan until I tried this recipe. We had company with children and they ask for seconds! I basted some on the salmon and grilled it, great taste and easy.
This was the best salmon recipe with a asian influence I have ever had. All the ingredients taste amazing, this will be really popular amounf friends
Good and easy. I fried my fish in a little sesame oil instead of grilling. Next time, I'll add a touch of crushed red pepper for a little heat.
This was delicious!
This is a good recipe - I can see myself doing it again. My husband particularly likely the sauce - it's similar, actually better IMO, than the sauce for "thai chicken tenders" on this site. It'd be good on grilled chicken as well.
Loved it just the way it is!
I really enjoyed this. I covered the salmon filets in sauce and put it in the broiler. Came out really delicious. Would pair well with a bowl of brown rice for a healthy, tasty dish.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Grilled Salmon with Peanut Hoisin Sauce
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 545
** Calories from Fat: 301
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