I’m happy to hear how much you’re enjoying the recipes. My boyfriend couldn’t stop raving about this meal! You’re welcome Helyn Thanks for sharing! Great to hear that you loved this recipe, thank you for giving it a wonderful review and feedback. Thanks. Thank you. It uses basic ingredients to make a tasty homemade teriyaki sauce which creates the most perfectly glazed salmon. If you are following a medically restrictive diet, please consult your doctor or registered dietitian before preparing this recipe for personal consumption. We’ve tried many teriyaki sauces by buying them and making them ourselves. Enjoy! Definitely will make it again . My husband, who usually does not care for salmon, commented not only that it was “delicious”, but that it was the best salmon he had ever tasted! *I recommend using a baking dish that's just large enough to fit salmon while leaving a little space between fillets. Her joy for cooking has inspired me and broadened my skills and menus. Thank you for the wonderful review Zara! I am Natasha, the blogger behind Natasha's Kitchen (since 2009). This is a great basic teriyaki salmon recipe. Amazing good! You are more than welcome to remove it after. . Since it was just the two of us we had less salmon but I decided to make the same amount of sauce as recipe states, which meant leftover sauce to pour over rice! You’re welcome! You could definitely change the flavor profile to make it a spicy teriyaki salmon if you prefer. My boyfriend even woke up the next morning saying “I’m still thinking about that teriyaki salmon from last night”…no lie! You are a very thoughtful host to go the extra mile to ensure everything was gluten and dairy free! So jealous! very nice I am making the galric and mustard salmon today Yum. If you experiment please let me know how you like that. Natasha your recipe will become a family favorite. Place each piece of salmon on a separate doubled sheet of tin foil (or one heavy duty piece), Close each tin foil to create individual packets, Place it on a hot grill. XD. If you experiment without it, let me know how you liked the recipe. I only tested it up to 1 hour. So delicious every person had seconds and thirds! Let me know which one you ended up trying!! I love salmon and the benefits are wonderful. I love salmon I need to try to make via your recipe. Just amazing! Thank you. My husband and toddler loved this so much! Five out of five stars! I’m happy to hear how much everyone enjoys the recipe. I love salmon, will definatly give it a try. That same marinade that was touching the salmon is already in your pan when you are cooking the salmon being on the salmon. Closed the lid of the grill and let it cook for 20 minutes, Once cooked plate your salmon and garnish with green onions. Why does the teriyaki sauce need teriyaki sauce in it if it’s supposed to be homemade? Would love to do that, but didn’t know how well it would work, especially since it turned thicker after warming it up…, Hi Amy, to be honest I haven’t tried making the sauce to store it, but I think it would be worth experimenting! I hope that helps! Do i have to adjust the cooking time? It was a bit less sweet and a touch more salty, and it was absolutely delicious! I think it may work with Shrimp. Can you miranade the salmon longer than 20 minutes? This was no salmon dish… this was celestial! I’ve always had success with cooking salmon low and slow. We appreciate your feedback and tips! My question is can I substitute the sesame seed oil for grape seed oil? I baked mine at 400 for 35 mins. Maybe 1-2 tbsp of sugar rather than what the recipe calls for. Just had basa fish fillet for dinner with this teriyaki marinade and the hubby approves! I quickly found the Tereyaki salmon recipe, made the marinade & while it was soaking I toasted the sesame seeds & sliced up the green onions. Thank you very much for sharing Hiltrud! I’m so glad to hear that John! I am not saying it is not delicious, but it is not homemade in my estimation. Yo! That ok to do? So delicious. Set oven rack about 4 inches from the heat source and preheat the oven's broiler. I made your recipe yesterday and it was amazing , he ate his fingers. I also added a teaspoon of bbq sauce and it was AMAZING! We didn’t have all the ingredients so we improvise and it turned out fantastic we will remake this for sure. For 1 lb of salmon, cut all of the marinade ingredients in half. Will definitely be making it again, and trying it on chicken next. thank you for the great recipes. My guests swore it was the best salmon they’d ever tasted – was even asked for seconds by one guy who thought he didn’t like salmon – and one guest actually demanded the recipe! I’m so happy you loved it!! The sauce is complex. First time I made this dish, I didn’t have any hoisin sauce so I substituted an equal amount (3 Tbsp) of oyster sauce. However, the original Japanese meaning of teriyaki is simply food that is grilled with a glossy look. Prep: Grease a large rimmed baking sheet (cover with foil and then grease for easier clean-up). I’m so happy to find a new favorite. I made this recipe a while back and it was delicious. Can i use this recipe for cod? After some math magic I decided that would be way too expensive. Great recipe. I’m so glad you enjoyed this recipe! I doubled the sauce too so there would be extra to put over asparagus and rice, which worked out perfectly; I just tossed the asparagus in olive oil and roasted it with the salmon. I am so glad to hear that Tiffany! I will look for and try a few other recipes but always come back to this one. “he ate his fingers” I love that! It was beautiful and fresh-looking, and I was being absent-minded. *This recipe will work for 2 to 3 lbs salmon. In the first step you said to “Grease a large rimmed baking sheet (COVER WITH FOIL) and then grease for easier clean-up)” – are you saying we need to grease the pan then cover the pan with foil and then grease the foil and place the salmon on top of it? Whisk together cornstarch with remaining 2 Tbsp water, then add to sauce mixture in saucepan. Excellent. Thank you for sharing your great review! I made this recipe this evening and was blown away by the flavor. I guess you could but that’s alot of trouble to get a “teriyaki” sauce in addition to this one. Thank you for the wonderful review! I did a quick google search for teriyaki salmon and your recipe came up. The only thing I might do a little differently next time is use a little less sugar and a little more ginger, for my personal taste. Question? Thank you for sharing your methods with us Karin! Big hello from another Ukrainian living far from my beloved country. 4. Place salmon steaks into a broiler pan and broil for 5 minutes. This recipe’s definitely a keeper! Hi Tara, keep in mind that the marinade is boiled, just be sure to boil it according to the instructions. Your review put a huge smile on my face. Thank you so much for sharing. Teriyaki (jap. Thank you for sharing that with us Rachel! My son LOVED it and he doesn’t usually refill his plate for salmon. Juicy!! I think I’ll try the sauce on chicken next time! Please let me know if you experiment I think both grilling and baking sound great! Tanya, thank you for such a nice review, I’m glad everyone loved it . I haven’t tested that but if you do I would love to know how you like it! Hi Bob, we don’t have a recipe for the Teriyaki Salmon recipe but we do have videos posted for several other salmon recipes. To die for even cold out of the fridge. Keep up the great work! I’m adding this to my cookbook and giving it 5 stars. Hi Loz! With wild-caught salmon, aim for the lower baking times if a range is given and check for doneness before you cook it any longer. Brush again with marinade. Thank you for that awesome review! Sea Bass may work for this but I haven’t tried that. Thanks for sharing your wonderful review! Place individual salmon slices in a mixing bowl. Thanks for sharing you fantastic review . Can’t wait to make it again! The family said this is a definite do over on a regular basis. Hi Zara. I want to try it with chicken too and maybe pork. I love the sauce, but I have a guest that can’t eat fish. I am just sorry I hadn’t come across this site much earlier. When you think of teriyaki, you probably think of a dark, thick, and gooey sauce. I have been trying to get my children (14y & 9y) to eat healthier….this recipe has their approval!! Fantastic in every way. Thanks for sharing your great review with other readers! Hi Mimi, I cook salmon with the skin on to protect it from drying out or burning on the bottom. Yes! Hi Natasha- I lovvveee your recipes! The fish was cooked perfectly and the sauce was delicious! , That’s great Helyn! Add a bit of oil and pan-sear the salmon (skin-side … Thanks! This recipe is definitely a keeper. I'm making this again very soon. If you prefer, you can set aside some of the glaze and simmer it completely separately of the salmon.
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