STOVETOP GLAZED SALMON


Bonnie D. Recipe

By Bonnie D. Utahn


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I found this delicious salmon recipe on the internet, and it quickly became a family favorite. Dinner is ready in less than a half hour and this recipe is so easy to prepare because most of the ingredients are right in your pantry. Succulent salmon is cooked right on the stovetop with a wonderful lime and honey glaze. Yum! Enjoy!



The photo is my own and the recipe is from Rachel Ray.

Ingredients

1
lime juiced
3
tablespoons of honey
1
teaspoon of chili powder
salt and pepper to taste
2
tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
4
salmon filets

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Combine the lime juice, honey, chili powder, salt and pepper in a small bowl. Whisk until combined.
2
Heat non-stick skillet, put in the olive oil and swirl it around to coat the pan.
3
Brush the sauce over one side of all of the salmon filets and put the coated side down into the oil. Then spoon the sauce on the other side. Cook about 4 minutes to a side, spooning or brushing generously with the sauce to make a nice glaze as depicted in the picture. Salmon should be nicely seared and juicy. It is done when it flakes with a fork. Enjoy!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Fish
Other Tag: Quick & Easy


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52 Comments

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Jul 2, 2015 - Bonnie D. shared this recipe with discussion group: TRIED & TRUE RECIPES (TNT).
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Bonnie D. Utahn
Mar 23, 2013
I really like rosemary in chicken. I bet it would be good!
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Bea L. BeachChic
Mar 23, 2013
Thanks, hon. We both love lemon w/fish so I may try omitting the dill altogether. I could add a pop of rosemary. We'll see.
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Bonnie D. Utahn
Mar 23, 2013
It is the combination that works together, so it wouldn't have the same flavor snap.....but you can use the same technique with spices you like.
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Bea L. BeachChic
Mar 23, 2013
I looked at that one also, Bonnie, but the honey got me. I would like to try the lemon/dill one but would have to sub the dill with something else. What would be a good substitute?