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This is one of my favorites! I made it for a group of friends and it was a big hit. I would also recommend adding more of the glaze on the salmon.
Yum! I had a little extra salmon, so I doubled the honey-soy glaze and put the pan on a mid-upper rack instead of the uppermost rack. It still chars the top a tad, but creates a great crispy top without burning. Mine was still done in two minutes after glazing. What a super fast, but elegant and flavorful weeknight meal.
Delicious! I made a few adjustments: Use wheat-free tamari sauce instead of soy sauce. Increase the amount of tamari soy in the glaze (tablespoon of honey and about 1 1/2 - 2 tablespoons tamari sauce). Substitute olive oil for the canola oil.
Help! The spinach and peppers was amazing, but the salmon glaze burnt to a crisp under the broiler. What did I do wrong?
this recipe is SUPER yummy! i suggest to be a little more liberal with the amount of honey & soy glaze mix on the salmon. it'll kick it up a few more calories, but trust me it'll be worth it! ;)