Hello, lovelies! So, I always receive many messages about things we cook and show on my Instastories. One of those things is the honey maple glazed salmon we make. It is literally the best thing ever. I tried to get as measurement specific as possible, but since it’s something we make from memory, I did the best I could. I linked the the seasonings below via Amazon, so click and order away.
- 2 pounds of raw (skinless) salmon (We normally purchase our fish at BJ’s Wholesale Club).
- Lemon juice or vinegar
- Butter or oil
- Oven-safe bake dish
- Non-stick skillet
- Badia Complete Seasoning
- Lawry’s Seasoning Salt
- Brown Sugar
- Turn on the oven to 375 degrees.
- The first thing I do is pour lemon juice or vinegar on the fish, rinse it under cool water, and then pat it dry with paper towel. I do this because these two items seem to cut the ‘fishy’ smell of the seafood we cook.
- Rub the bottom of the baking dish with butter or pour a teaspoon of oil for taste and so the fish doesn’t stick to the dish.
- Place the salmon in the baking dish. Sprinkle with Badia Complete Seasoning and use a light sprinkling of Lawry’s Season Salt.
- Cover the dish with foil paper and bake for 35 minutes.
- Once the fish is baked, place the dish on a trivet (several linked above).
- Place your non-stick pot on the stove and turn on the burner to med-high. Pour 3 tablespoons of honey and 2- 3 teaspoons of brown sugar in the pan. Use a silicone spatula to mix it together until it starts to bubble and form a glaze – I HAVE to tell you about the Gotham Steel pan I used for this dish. We bought two of them a few months ago and LOVEEEEEEE these pots. We use them all the time. Nothing sticks in them. This is a great pot to use for a dish such as this because of how sticky the glaze is – I linked a single pot AND a set both above and below. You can get them at Bed Bath & Beyond and use a 20% off coupon. You can use the link above to purchase them there. I also linked them through Amazon and it’s $19.99 with Prime shipping – you will NOT regret getting this pan.
- Cut the salmon into smaller pieces (cook several at a time) and place
face down in the glaze. Cook for about 5 minutes and then flip them. Cook on the other side for about 5 minutes. Remove those pieces, add more honey and brown sugar, and then add more fish. I scrape out the glaze after I cook a few pieces because it makes such yummy gravy.
I paired the salmon with yellow rice and a salad. In the rice, I used olive oil to keep the rice from sticking and to give it extra flavor.
Please click on the items I linked above and below. I strongly believe you need the correct tools for the tasks at hand, so that’s why I took the time to share some of the items I use in my kitchen. Also, the two seasonings I posted above will change your dishes forever. A lot of the recipes I’m going to share with you will use those, so order them and let’s get cooking! 🙂
If you make it, please tag me or send me a message telling me how you liked it.
Oh, and just look at this pot! The glaze came right out!
Below, you’ll see my starting eating the meal before I was able to take pictures of the dish 🙁