These maple glazed salmon fillets are simplicity itself. Nothing more than salmon soaked in maple syrup, soy sauce, and paprika. Sure, they marinate all day, but they take all of 10 minutes to cook. And the flavor? Well, look at how many testers loved it.
Maple Glazed Salmon
- Quick Glance
- 10 M
- 9 H, 15 M
- Serves 2
- For the marinade
- For the salmon
Early in the day, stir together the soy sauce, maple syrup, water, and paprika ingredients in a snug dish or a resealable plastic bag. Place the salmon in the dish or bag, turn to coat, and cover or seal. Place in the fridge for up to 9 hours–trust us, the longer the better the flavor.
Just before serving, adjust the oven rack so it’s in the top third of the oven. Preheat the broiler for at least 5 minutes. Line a baking sheet with foil.
Place the salmon on the foil, skin sides down. Broil for 6 to 8 minutes, keeping close watch. The salmon is done when the sides are no longer translucent and the tops look as if they are about to flake. Serve immediately.
Recipe Testers' Reviews
As someone who doesn't cook a lot of fish because I always worry about spending a lot of money and then ruining it, this is now my go-to, back-pocket recipe for richer fish. The maple marinade came together in no time and made more than enough for 1 pound of salmon. Broiling the salmon was so easy and cleanup was a breeze. I love the saltiness of the soy and the maple helped create a delicious crust on the top of the fish. So simple yet so good!
This maple glazed salmon recipe makes for a rich, decadent fish! The long marinade time had me a bit skeptical, but the finished product was a hit! The maple flavor really did shine through in each bite. My husband was impressed, and he isn’t a big fan of fish. I served this with rice and some roasted vegetables.