This brown sugar honey glazed salmon can be on the table in about 15 minutes!
Brown sugar, soy sauce, honey, garlic and salmon is all you need for this quick and easy dinner!
If you're looking for the easiest, tastiest salmon recipe, you have come to the right place.
With only 5 ingredients, you can have this sweet garlic glazed salmon on the table in no time! It's so quick, you'll need to start your side dish first! I like to serve this with Instant Pot Sesame Ginger Rice.
We love salmon, it has so many health benefits and it's so easy to prepare. And this recipe is one of our favorites, it's sweet and garlicky and really showcases how easy it is to broil salmon!
- Brown sugar.
- Soy sauce.
- Salmon - buy enough to try our Slow Roasted Chipotle Salmon or our Five Spice Honey Glazed Salmon.
That's it! You could easily add a little minced ginger or some red pepper flakes.
Step by step instructions.
Preheat your broiler and spray a baking sheet with cooking spray or line it with foil.
In a small bowl combine brown sugar, soy sauce, honey and garlic. Microwave on high for 30 seconds, stir and microwave for 30 more seconds.
Place salmon filets on baking sheet and brush with sauce mixture.
Broil for 8 minutes or until salmon flakes easily. Occasionally baste with remaining sauce. I like to reserve a few spoons of the sauce to pour over for serving.
How easy was that?! As I mentioned earlier, this is such a quick salmon glaze and so easy to modify! You could easily add a little ginger, or lemongrass, or chopped chili.
Broiling salmon is so quick and easy, it's one of my favorite ways to cook it!
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Brown Sugar Honey Glazed Salmon
- Preheat broiler.
- Combine brown sugar, soy sauce, honey and garlic in a small glass bowl. Microwave on high for 30 seconds, stir, and microwave for 30 more seconds.
- Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and spray with cooking spray.
- Place salmon fillets on baking sheet and brush with glaze.
- Broil for 8 minutes or until salmon flakes easily with a fork, basting a few times with the extra glaze.