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Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 450°F.
  • Cut fillets into equal servings. Pat salmon dry and season with salt and pepper; place skin side down on greased or parchment-lined (for easy clean up) rimmed baking sheet.
  • In small bowl, stir together jam, ginger and soy sauce - and red pepper if you want to add some spicy-hot to it. Spread evenly over salmon.
  • Roast 10 to 15 minutes, or until salmon flakes easily. The glaze may caramelize a bit.

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    " It was excellent "
    CHR0MEdome ate it and said...
    Simple and delicious - great for a weeknight! I didn't have any preserves, so I used half a dozen apricots and a rounded tablespoon of brown sugar, liquified it all in a blender, and it turned out fine.
    I was roasting a three-pound filet cut in half, so it took over twenty minutes to roast, but it was worth the wait!
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    " It was excellent "
    markconway85 ate it and said...
    Absolutely delish! Nice simple but high yield recipe that everyone loved.
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    " It was excellent "
    monogatari ate it and said...
    This is delicious! I used the remaining apricot mixture as spaghetti sauce to accompany the salmon and it works great! I'll definitely make this again in the future.
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  • notyourmomma 6 years ago
    Stunning combination of flavors, love the ginger, this will be a family favorite.
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  • jaeleepoms 6 years ago
    For sticking - usually the fillet has skin on one side. So, you'd put it skin-side down on the grill or a greased broiling pan for oven
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  • jaeleepoms 6 years ago
    I'm sure it was great on chicken - would probably pair well with a Moroccan couscous with dried fruits mixed in - yummie! You can always used Atlantic/farm-raised salmon, but since living in Northwest for nearly a decade, I turn my nose at anything other than wild-caught.
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    " It was excellent "
    cleverusername ate it and said...
    Fantastic. I couldn't find any wild salmon, so I used the apricot glaze on chicken, and the whole family enjoyed it. Cannot wait to try it on salmon, when I get my hands on some!
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    " It was excellent "
    fancypants ate it and said...
    3rd fish recipe from this group and we are thrilled. This one is simple delish. The apricot jam blends in with the soy sauce and ginger so well. Thanks for sharing.
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  • nytkrew 7 years ago
    The best thing to do when grilling fish is to thinly slice a lemon, orange, some citrus like that and place it under the fish when grilling and it wont stick.
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  • softgrey 7 years ago
    i'd love to use this on some grilled salmon..
    but wouldn't it stick to the grill?...

    may be best to save for winter and just bake...
    sounds delish!

    thanks!
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    " It was excellent "
    magflower ate it and said...
    You're right..It IS grrrreat! I use a very similar recipe as a marinade for salmon that I'm going to grill out. I tried yours instead and it came out good beyond words.
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  • tralfaz 7 years ago
    Looks great. Might work on chicken too.
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