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Salmon with Honey-Coriander Glaze

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A salty-sweet blend of honey, soy sauce, and coriander adds Asian flavor to salmon.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, September 2004
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  • holly_elizabeth
    28 NOV, 2011
    I thought the glaze was a little too sweet, so if that's not your thing I'd use a touch less honey. Also, I substituted orange juice for the lemon, which may have contributed to the over-sweetness. I had no idea how fine to grind the coriander, but I didn't like the texture of the seeds in the glaze, so I'll grind it pretty fine next time, and maybe use a little less. Interesting combination of flavors, but needs a little tweaking.
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  • CocoJ
    26 NOV, 2011
    Instead of cooking the salmon in the skillet, I brazed it on both sides, then wrapped it in foil and let it bake for about 10 min at 300 F. It was great!
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  • AlaskaLaury
    3 SEP, 2011
    Please do not buy farmed salmon. I am an Alaskan who grew up eating fresh, wild salmon. -- and we still catch our own fish. Take a moment to research the chemicals used to raise salmon in a tank. Then take a moment to think of the Alaskans and West Coast fisher men and women who still pursue one of the oldest livelihoods on the planet to harvest the healthiest food there is. The cost of wild salmon may be a bit higher, but it's worth it!
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  • Fabulicious
    21 AUG, 2011
    I substituted the coriander seeds with cardamoms and the fish turned out so delicious! my kids loved it :")
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  • KikavZ
    19 JAN, 2011
    Made this last night for dinner!! Has to adapt as I didn't have two ingredients, but the salmon came out loose and so tasty!! (I'm just starting to learn how to cook!) The glaze is fantastic, will be using it for other dishes! Thanks Martha (and team!)
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  • cacamilis
    11 MAR, 2010
    Made this tonight for dinner. So quick and tasty. The children loved it as well. I served it with egg noodles and mixed green vegetables. Would recommend the glaze.
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  • moobaby101
    25 FEB, 2010
    Yummy Recipe! I didn't have coriander seeds on hand, so i left it out and stuck to the rest of the recipe. I seared the salmon on my foreman grill and then put it in the oven at 350 for 15 min or until salmon is cooked to your liking. Husband approved. AMAZING!
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  • spundy23
    27 JAN, 2010
    Hmmm. Reminds me of a recipe I've long ago lost that used chili powder with salmon. I'll have to try this.
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  • MLBarrett
    5 AUG, 2009
    This looks delicious! I am making it tonight for my Mom and Hubby, hope it's a hit!
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  • pinkie_runner
    10 MAR, 2009
    So good and easy. This was the first time I've ever cooked salmon. I will definitely cook this again.
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