Sweet-Spicy Glazed Salmon

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Sweet-Spicy Glazed Salmon

I am all about trying new recipes, but there is something so nice about a recipe that you’ve made over and over again. You know it’s going to work. You know exactly what to expect from it, no surprises. And sometimes, after a hard day at work, I don’t want any more surprises. I want to have at least one thing go the way I hope it will. That is what this recipe is about, quick and easy, perfect for a weeknight dinner. I actually use this recipe from a cookbook, Cooking Light Annual Recipes 2004 (Cooking Light Annual Recipes), but you can find it online at the cooking light website: Sweet-Spicy Glazed Salmon. And since I always do what I’m told, they suggest serving it with baked sweet potatoes with brown sugar pecan butter, and steamed broccoli, and that is exactly what I do.


This recipe will by my entry this week for Bookmarked Recipes hosted by Ruth from Ruth’s Kitchen Experiments. I’m not going to repost the recipe, just follow the link above, and while you’re there be sure and look for the sweet potato recipe, it’s also a keeper!

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  1. says

    yum, maybe we’ll be having salmon tonight instead of soup.
    Although we’re really into soup this week as it is cold out. We’ve had flurries 2x this week! Way early for KY.

  2. says

    Wow. that pic of glazed salmon set my mouth to waterin’. Yum-O! I am so glad I stumbled onto your blog. Looks like I’ll be spending some good times here. Thanks for sharing!

  3. says

    Your photo is WAY better than the photo at the recipe site. I would like to try this, but I’m a chicken when it comes to buying fish, unless it comes in a can. I’ll let you know if I break out of my comfort zone. I know I should. I do like salmon I’ve had at restaurants.

  4. says

    You had me at “salmon”. Actually, you had me at Sweet-Spicy glaze! This sounds so good. Did you use the hot Chinese mustard? I started looking through those sweet potato recipes on the link you provided, and went into a dreamy state looking at all the recipe choices. I’ve never been there before, but I’m sure I’ll be a regular visitor now! YUM!

  5. says

    At least a couple of times a week I go for the tried & true recipes. There is too much in life that goes wrong (or just happens to confuse my pea sized brain) for me to be imaginative every single day. Tonight, it’s going to be roast something. No heat all day has made me very cranky, since our high today was (note past tense) 24 degrees and it’s only 3PM!

  6. Pam says

    Natashya – nope sorry, I ate it all!

    Mika – thank you, I will go check out your blog.

    Viki – flurries all ready!! I’m hoping for lots of snow this year. Teachers like snow days.

    Scrump – you are too kind. That is my photos, a stock photo would have that lovely smudge of glaze on the plate!

    Jenny – thank you!

    Bigsis – I’m glad you found my blog!

    Joy – salmon is so easy.

    Paula – no, I didn’t have any. But I bet would have been even better with it.

    Splatter – let me know if you like it!

    Terri – let me know what you think.

    Mike – oh, and I’m sure you’ll take it and do something really fancy with it.

    Rebecca – Let me know if you try it!

    Marjie – oh no, no heat!!

  7. says

    I surfed over to your blog because it was a “blog of note”, I can see why! The photos are spectacular, and it is always nice to read the meanderings of a foodie. Cats never hurt a cause, either!

  8. says

    HI there. I came by your blog today from google. Wanted to say thanks! for the recipe….I will definately try this one. I am always looking for new ways to prepare salmon.

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