Original recipe yields 6 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
We loved this recipe. Next time would use less sugar. Added minced ginger which enhanced the asian flavor. Didn't need to thicken sauce with cornstarch because it was thick enough by the time...
One of our favorites. I double the amount (I don't add as much water as they say, and don't use the corstarch)so we have extra for rice. I add diced regular onions--gives good flavor and texture.
I tried this and found it very bland and unremarkable with needless post prep. I was astonished they didn't publish my version which is: Forget the water and garlic it just makes it bitter overa...
Well, this recipes was pretty good. Not quite as good as I had hoped. It turned out to be like a poached salmon.
This recipes was excellent taste. I left out cornstarch, its sauce is thicken by itself. Instead of brown sugar, I used a bar of sugar cane (find it in Asian stores which called duong the?). I...
This recipe got my toddler to eat salmon! Not an easy thing to do! Very tasty. Thanks for submitting this recipe.
good, but disappointing. I love both oyster sauce and salmon so I get I had high expectations, but it doesn't honestly have that much flavour.