I doubled the marinade--and used 2 filets. I always like to have more sauce! I also used about 4-6 garlic cloves (put thru a press), and omitted the garlic salt. I always use low sodium soy sauce, as well, and added about 1/4 cup olive oil to the marinade. I also reduced the marinade @ a low simmer by about a third or so, to have a sauce to pour over the fish. I put my salmon (wild) in a ziplock bag with the intention of marinating it 30 minutes. Unfortunately, my husband ended up having to work late, so it ended up marinating for about 1 1/2 hours, with no ill effects. I cooked it as I always cook my wild salmon--bake, uncovered, at 275 for 20 minutes. This is how I've been instructed to cook it by my salmon vendor/monger?--LOL! I'm on the Mexican border, so I order my fresh, wild salmon online. This turned out really good, but I would prefer to try it with some grade B maple syrup for a stronger maple flavor, as all I had available was grade A. Good quantities of ingredients, just adjust according to your tastes!
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I doubled the marinade--and used 2 filets. I always like to have more sauce! I also used about...