Broiled Salmon

Broiled Salmon

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Miriam Bucholtz


Fast, easy, little prparation needed. I probably ransacked most of the ingredients for the sauce from some other recipe and added a few new ones. So, what else is new? I like to serve this with baked (or microwaved) sweet potatoes and a vegetable.


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5 Min
10 Min


  • Two lb
    salmon filets
  • Two Tbsp
    lite soy sauce
  • Two Tbsp
    olive oil
  • Two Tbsp
    lemon juice (bottled is fine)
  • One Tbsp
    chopped garlic
  • Two pinch
    dried dill

How to Make Broiled Salmon


  1. Combine soy sauce, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, and dill in a small bowl and mix thoroughly.
  2. Place salmon fillets in a broiler pan, flesh side up. (I like to scrape the scales off first, since I prefer to eat the skin, too.) Spoon about half of sauce onto fish, and broil until skin is opaque (about 5 minutes).
  3. Turn fish and spoon the rest of the sauce onto the skin. Broil until done (about another 5 minutes.)

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Course/Dish: Fish
Hashtags: #salmon #easy prep

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