In a small bowl, whisk together honey, soy sauce, lime juice, mustard, and water. In a small non-stick skillet heat oil over moderately high heat until hot but not smoking and cook salmon 2 to 3 minutes on each side, or until golden and just cooked through. Transfer salmon to 2 plates. Add honey glaze to skillet and simmer, stirring, 1 minute. Pour glaze over salmon. Enjoy!
I added some fresh garlic and ginger to the glaze. It was very good! Be sure to lightly salt and pepper your salmon before cooking it. I think I might prefer it on an orange roughie or mahi mahi next time. I guess I just prefer my salmon smoked.
I like salmon without any seasoning or sauce, but wanted to try this for a bit of change. It was delicious. I made some brown rice and put some of the sauce on the rice too. Will definately be making again.
This is the easiest, tastiest salmon I've made so far, and we eat it alot!! ONE PROBLEM,,,I had to wrestle my husband for the one piece I got..LOL...He LOVED it!! I will be definetly be (forced) to make this again,,happily!! I also used low sodium soy sauce...
This was quite yummy - I do not like fish-taste, and this recipe was good. We baked the salmon, then poured the cooked glaze over the salmon, but actually transferred the coated salmon back onto the pan to bake just a couple of minutes longer.
My husband said that if I made all fish like this he'd eat it everyday! Big compliments from someone who doesn't eat fish. He also suggested I try it on chicken breasts which he also doesn't eat! LOVED THIS RECIPE!!!
This was sooo good! I didn't have limes or lime juice so I made it with freshly squeezed lemon juice and I put 3 cloves of crushed garlic and a tbsp of minced ginger as well.It turned out awesome!I will definitely be making this again.
Very delicious!! I have been looking for a new way to make salmon and this one is super easy. I used reduced sodium soy sauce and added some minced garlic to my sauce. I undercooked my fish a bit so I could put it back in the pan with the sauce, next time Ill try it with some ginger.
This recipe is a miracle! For the first time in the 10 years that we've been together my husband ate fish without tarter sauce! We bought fresh salmon down at the pier today, and I was afraid that this sweet of a sauce would overpower it and ruin it, but it was wonderful! Restaurant quality!
I made this as described above-made one change-cooked on top of the stove in a nonstick fry pan, added about 1 ts. olive oil to the pan and poured the marinade in the pan towards end of cooking. Served with brown rice, asparagus--delicous!!!