Teriyaki-Honey Glazed Salmon

Hey!!! I wanted to try this recipe out last night for dinner but it wasn't enough salmon for the whole family. I tried it today and stored it for salmon salads tomorrow for lunch. I made it from scratch like always- I try to create things myself with my instinct. Well here's the recipe... made my own teriyaki sauce!!!

1/2 cup pineapple juice
1/4 cup soy sauce- low sodium
2 tbs. dark brown sugar
1 tsp. pepper
1 tbs. rice vinegar
1 tsp. honey
1/2 tsp. dried cayenne pepper (trust me on this)
up to 5 pieces of salmon (i used 2 because I only had 2 but my sauce will cover 5)
1 pinch garlic salt for each salmon
1 pinch pepper for each salmon

HOW: Over medium heat, cook pineapple juice, soy sauce, sugar, pepper, rice vinegar, and honey in a medium sauce pan. Cook for 1 minute or until it starts boiling. Add the cayenne pepper and stir on low for another minute or until it starts to boil again. Whisk in the honey. Pour in a marinating dish. Add your salmon in the dish and spoon the sauce over it. Mix it and flip it around to get it flavored. In a skillet, as large as you need depending on the amount of salmon you have, heat it on medium. Add the salmon once heated and let it sizzle. Pour 1 pinch of pepper and garlic salt on 1 salmon and do with the rest. Cook for 1 minute- flip and cook for 1 minute on the other side. Put skillet in the oven on broiler. Cook for 10 minutes. Take skin off. Let the salmon rest and you can eat it then or save it for salads or other dishes. ENJOY!!!!
This is my salmon. I had 2 pieces but stacked them on top to look pretty. This is a great salmon dish. Thanks!!


Anonymous said…
Sandy said…
Cecilia! This sounds soooo delicious! I have a honey mustard with caraway seeds glaze that I often use, but your homemade teriyaki sounds much better!
Anonymous said…
Wow, doesn't this look yummy! You go girl! Let that creative chefy in you come out. Your parents must be so proud of you!

I have three daughters who love to bake and cook. The rule in our house is if we have fun making a mess together, then we also have to clean the mess together. My youngest daughter is so sweet. She always helps me clean up! Sometimes, however, for my teen girls, this can be more of a challenge. Could you help me out with some advice for getting my wonderful girls to help clean up without me having to ask?

Our family will try this amazing salmon recipe this weekend! I love all of your creativity. I'll be looking out for your cookbook!

Coming from San Carlos, California

karly murphy said…
Cecilia!!!!!!!!! YUMMY.... I cannot believe you made the homemade teriyaki sauce... you are amazing, girl!

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