Original recipe yields 4 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
This is REALLY good. I had a little trouble with the cooking time and temperature though. 20 mins at 320degs and the fish was still raw. I upped the temp. to 350 and cooked it for another 20 ...
This recipe has got to be one of the BEST I've ever used when preparing salmon! The only variation we use is substituting Dijon mustard with Dijonnaise. We did this because we had no Dijon mus...
I used Tilapia fish with this sause. I added 1 tsp of horseradish ,and sprinkled bread crumbs on fish. Then baked in a 425 degree oven on a foil lined baking sheet for 12 mintues. We enjoyed it.
Well. I can't believe this one hasn't been reviewed yet! This is a wonderful recipe and I used halibut (SO plentiful on the West Coast) and it was fabulous. Accordingly, I wouldn't change a th...
The salmon fish steaks were sooo good. I prepared the salmon in the dish w/ the souce on top 1 hour before baking to marinate them. I will be making this recipe again.
This was very yummy. I reduced honey to 2 Tbsp and sweetness was just right. Next time I will definately let the salmon marinate for couple hours so that it gets more taste from marinate. Cant w...
Absolutely fantastic! So simple, yet so delicious. The salmon came out moist. I added some fresh dill to the top of the salmon prior to baking. Thanks, Patricia!
This was great! I used lemon pepper instead of just regular pepper. Used this recipe on mahi mahi and hubby thought it was fantastic.
Tasted way too sweet. Not sure about that low oven temperture. Upped mine to 350 half way through, didn't look like anything was happening.