Recipe by Katzmeow
"Salmon is a favorite of my husband. This recipe never fails to be a hit, whether we broil the salmon in the oven or grill it outdoors. Pair it with some homemade teriyaki fried rice to complete your meal."
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brown sugar, or more to taste
4 (6 ounce)
This is a great basic teriyaki salmon recipe. I tweaked it and used what I had in the pantry - olive oil instead of sesame oil, minced garlic instead of garlic powder - I've made this probably 5 times and used different ingredients each time but it always turns out great - it's a great basic recipe!
This was fine, but not great.
So I was looking for a recipe that I have been using for a year or two and couldn't find it on here anymore. This one comes close and seems to incorporate the suggestions from reviewers from the other recipe.
Long story short, I love this recipe and have been making this many times. It never fails. I do go a bit easy on the lemon juice.
Love, love, love this recipe! I've made it twice now. First time I marinated as directed and it was decent. Second time I marinated it all afternoon and it was to DIE for!!! I didn't broil but just baked the salmon, basting it a few times with the reserved marinade. My son even asked for seconds, which he NEVER does with fish. His sister told him she wasn't giving up her salmon when he asked! I'm making this again very soon.
This recipe needs more flavor and I think cooking time might need to be altered
Delicious! We Put the salmon on the grill and it was great
I loved this recipe and plan to make it again. I doubled the recipe and made a fillet instead of a steak. YUMMY!
This was really good. I loved the sauce so much (also, I had had no idea what actually went into teriyaki, and was excited to make it from scratch) that I kept wanting more -- gonna double the portions for sauce next time!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 232
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