Saturday, January 19, 2013

Soy Glazed Salmon Filets {Updated}

I used to make this fish on the grill with cedar planks. Recently, I started baking it in the oven instead. I like it both ways, but the oven makes it easier.
An updated {baked} recipe for my Soy Glazed Salmon Filets...
1 lb Fresh Salmon Filets
1 cup Light Soy Sauce
½ Cup Brown Sugar (or brown sugar substitute)

In a Ziploc bag, combine Filets, Brown Sugar, and Soy Sauce. Marinate for 1 hour {or longer}. Bake uncovered at 425 degrees for 20-25 minutes, or until fish flakes easily with a fork.
3 ingredients, easy to throw together and tasty!


  1. What do you soak the plank in just water?

  2. The packaging directions state to "soak in water for at least an hour before placing on grill," and I never thought to get creative with it...hmmm, maybe next time I'll add white wine, beer or apple cider and fresh herbs to the soaking solution for a different flavor! You have my wheels spinning now...

  3. This looks amazing! Can't wait to try out the recipe! :)

  4. Sounds awesome! I'm not usually a fan of salmon, but this sounds like it would be good!

  5. does it have to be dark brown sugar?

  6. Mmmmmm...looks amazing!!! I have recently become a salmon lover myself, so I can't wait to try this one! Thanks again, for always sharing and inspiring all of us that enjoy your blog soooo much. =)

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