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This was delicious! I did not use the sugar. I added a squirt of Siracha. Served it with roasted broccoli and roasted sweet potatoes.
This was really, REALLY delicious. I served it alongside jasmine rice, tomato bisque soup and baked asparagus. I will definitely be making this again!
I made this last week and it was a HUGE hit! My husband said he’d like me to make it once a week!!
Hello Elise,I stumbled upon your site about a year ago and I am grateful to you for your delicious recipes, your straight forward, intelligent style and the beautiful photography. I learn almost as much from the many commenters as from you! This is my first comment.Last night I made your Hoisin Glazed Salmon. So easy, so delicious, so richly colorful. I served the salmon with small boiled potatoes coated with EVOO, cracked pepper & coarse salt and carmelized carrots lightly doused with balsamic vinegar. A little too much of the orange color. So I closed my eyes.Thank you for inspiring me to cook, and to be better. And eat better!MK
Hi Mary Kaye, great to hear from you! I’m delighted that you like the recipe. It is pretty good, isn’t it? :-)
A year ago, I bought Hoisin sauce for the first time because of this recipe. It is a little sweet for my taste and hung around the fridge until one night when I was making a PB &J and grabbed it by accident, thinking it was a jar of fig jam. I am here to tell you that it makes a very good PB & J! So good that it is no longer an accident when I use it that way!
My husband only eats salmon so I am always looking for new recipes. He LOVES this and asks for it once a week!
I just tried this recipe. It is simple and delish!! Thanks
Yesterday one of my husband’s logger buddies gave him a fresh salmon & I was looking for a good recipe, this knocked it out of the park! I did make a few changes. I broiled in only for 8 minutes, covered it w/foil & baked it for 5 minutes. I also added a lit’ bit of hot chili sauce to the marinade & drizzled fish w/oil before baking, it kept it the fish moist. Thanks for the recipe :-)
This recipe is pretty good. It is almost perfect, but I think it needs a bit of something though, maybe some ginger?
Thank you for the recipe!
I have never made salmon before, and never liked it too much. After reading this recipe, I HAD to try it!!! It was so good, but I cooked it a little longer to make it a bit cajun and crispy:] I had sticky rice and steamed broccoli for my sides. I will definitely be having this again.
My husband looves salmon but I don’t care for it so I made this for him. I can’t believe how delicious this simple recipe is. It has made a salmon convert out of me! We’ve made it several times now and really enjoy it. Thanks Elise!
Had this tonight with sticky rice and Asian slaw. Delicious.
Thanks Elise – keep the recipes coming.
Made this tonight to rave reviews from the husband (and my tastebuds!) It took about 14 minutes with my broiler, but it’s a bit special. I added a little molasses to the sauce, just cause I love the brown sugar flavor with salmon. Thanks for the recipe, super simple and super good!
Made this last night with a long piece of salmon I divided in 2 to be able to marinate it in a dish. Didn’t read the recipe correctly so marinated skin side down. Broiled close to 10 min (my filets were thick) and it turned out great. Love the mix of flavors and was a great way to use the hoisin sauce I had that I don’t always know how to use. Not very common in France.
Thanks again for a new savory discovery.
This was so good! I made it last night for myself and my husband. I used the extra lime juice because I really love citrus flavors with fish, and it turned out amazing!Thanks for the recipe, it’s a keeper.
Cooked this for the girlfriend today with bacon-wrapped asparagus. Came out great, thanks!
First time commenter but long time SimplyRecipes stalker :) This was absolutely delicious! I made the baked parmesan asparagus you posted the other day with a side of rice – stuck both the fish and veggies in the broiler and in less than 10 minutes they were done. Yum, yum, yum! This was the first fish dish I’ve ever made and it will now be a staple in our house. So easy for this busy medical student! Thanks Elise!
That happens to me a lot too when fish shopping. We would go shopping, having something in mind, and almost always return with something entirely different. My husband adores salmon so much so thankfully we do get really red and fresh ones here. Hoisin glaze sounds interesting. I’ve only hoisin-glazed pork and chicken. Will have to try this.
Made this tonight with roasted asparagus and quinoa. This is a salmon recipe I will make again and again. It is absolutely delicious.
Another good recipe for broiled salmon is:
Melt 2 tblspns butter with 2 tblspns lemon juice, and 1 tblspn dried dill; after putting one or two salmon filets on the no-stick foil, paint the filets with the melted sauce and broil as usual. (No need to turn if the filets are skinless.) It is a good idea to paint the filets again after a few minutes with any left-over sauce. I like the filets to have a bit of browning on the top and the meat to be done inside. Delicioso.