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Under 30 Minutes

Soy-Glazed Salmon Steaks

This skin-on, bone-in cut of salmon emerges from the oven juicy and flavorful; ours is brushed with an Asian-style mixture of soy, honey, and ginger.

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  • Servings: 4
Soy-Glazed Salmon Steaks

Source: The Martha Stewart Show


  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger
  • 4 salmon steaks (6 ounces each)


  1. Heat broiler, with rack set 4 inches from heat. Line a rimmed baking sheet with aluminum foil; set aside. In a small bowl, whisk together soy sauce, honey, and ginger.

  2. Place salmon on prepared baking sheet; brush with soy mixture. Broil until browned on top and opaque throughout, 5 to 6 minutes.


To make this recipe as prepared on "The Martha Stewart Show," spray a baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray instead of lining it with aluminum foil.


Reviews (9)

  • bewitchingsam 1 Jun, 2010

    definitely delish! my husband loves it!

  • dizzydeb 8 Jul, 2008

    What a fast, easy and delicious meal!

  • Harshani 3 Feb, 2008

    i could not find any sour cream at any of the super marckets. can't i make it at home? and if so how do i do it?

  • IrenaHindy 24 Jan, 2008

    I experimented with two salmon steak recipes : Soy glazed salmon steak and steaks with orange juice and hoisin sauce. Though both turned out tasty, I liked the soy sauce one much better. It gave a right and full flavor to the fish that lingered longer.

  • Melsy8 17 Jan, 2008

    This was simple and delicious! I also used salmon filets in place of salmon steaks and served this over brown rice with the sesame green beans from the same issue.

  • ChefMazerati 16 Jan, 2008

    Hey! I agree with Kim! I used more honey to my liking and made a little more to drizzle over the salmon when it finished! I also used fillets (because i couldnt find any steaks) and they were JUST as good! My stomach is FULLL...I served it over brown rice instead of regular or jasmine. Good meal for college students!We had bottles of soy and honey but you can use a simple packet of both from fast food.:-)

  • gochrisgo 13 Jan, 2008

    My salmon steaks are thicker than the 6 ounces you suggest. Could I cut them thinner? There are also pin bones in it. Should I serve it with the bones in or remove them?

  • kimwylie0523 12 Jan, 2008

    This was an incredibly simple recipe, and a yummy one at that! This was just as quick to prepare as heating up leftovers would be, but certainly a lot better! I used more ginger, per my taste, which gave it a good kick.

    To Hotchan: There are websites available with nutrition facts for ingredients which do not come listed on their packaging. Try using low-sodium soy sauce, and I've even seen sugar-free honey in some stores. Also, try salmon fillets instead of steaks -- they are lower in fat.

  • Hotchan 11 Jan, 2008

    Could you add nutritional information to your recipes?

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