Ginger Glazed Salmon

We have salmon, once a week usually and this week, it was the first time, I remember making one with a ginger glaze.  I say, "I remember" because since June 2009, I have gotten into this habit of weekly salmon.  I won't say, I have not missed but I can say, I have not missed very often.

I attempt to change the salmon recipe weekly although I am sure, I must have duplicated.  I search for new recipes or just be creative.  As a result, we have had some "unusual" dishes but I can't think of one that was not good.

In my old blog, My Sweet and Savory, I was posting a new salmon recipe a week for a few months.  I should bring them over here since I closed the other blog down, perhaps forever.  I don't think, I can run two blogs these days.

 Ginger Glazed Salmon


2 salmon fillets
1/4 cup cold water
2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 tablespoon chili sauce
1 teaspoon grated ginger
2 teaspoons gluten-free soy sauce


In a large skillet, heat water, rice vinegar, brown sugar, chile paste, ginger, and soy sauce. 

Add the salmon to the pan of simmering liquid and cook each side for about 8 minutes.

Remove from pan and serve.  Eat and enjoy.

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  1. Dear Chaya, Salmon is one of my favorite fishes. I don't get to eat it very often. I do love the flavor of ginger with the salmon. This is a lovely meal.
    Blessings dear. Catherine

  2. This sounds delicious! Salmon is probably my favorite fish, and ginger is a great addition! Thanks so much for sharing it at Savoring Saturdays, I hope to see you back this weekend!

  3. So simple and so much flavor. All of the ingredients in the glaze sound good together. Thanks for sharing, Chaya.


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