Hoisin-Honey and Lime Salmon

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This salmon dish posted here on marthastewart.com is excellent, one of the best salmon recipes I have made. My kids LOVED it too – my 6 year old especially who devoured the salmon and declared it the best dinner ever and wanted some of mine. The sweet and sticky hoisin-honey glaze is delicious! You begin by squeezing fresh lime on the salmon, and then broiling it for 5 minutes, then pull the salmon out and add the glaze made of hoisin sauce combined with honey. Place the salmon back in and finish for 2-3 minutes. Dinner is done in 8 minutes! I served the salmon with asparagus and brown rice, topped with green onions, a sprinkling of sesame seeds and drizzled with a bit of soy sauce. Super easy, and super delicious! You could also serve with a side salad, and that would be a really quick and healthy dinner in no time!

Note: I used skinless salmon fillets and broiled them on a baking sheet lined with Alcan Slide (non-stick aluminum foil) – easy clean-up makes it even better!

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6 thoughts on “Hoisin-Honey and Lime Salmon

  1. This was yummy! I put to use a white onion, a few of very small sweet peppers
    and a whole chunk of smoked salmon ( not lox). I included some crimson pepper and served it through corn pasta since I am gluten 100
    percent free. Surprisingly great recipe!

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