A delicious twist to salmon. The salmon is almost secondary to the delicious mixture of this sauce.
This easy to make recipe is good for even non-fish eaters.
Light and mild flavored sauce adds just the right flavor to this wonderful fish.
Fresh ingredients are important when making this delicious, gourmet meal. Fresh lemon and thyme flavor the fish.
Honey and Worcestershire sauce combine into a delectable marinade for this easy, broiled salmon.
Need a new way to do fish? Or want to try salmon, but don't care for fish. This recipe is super easy and wonderful delicious. Take it from me, I am not a fish eater at all. Eat with any vegetable side dish and wild rice.
Start your day a different way, with the flavor of salmon and artichokes.
Keep it simple with this easy broiled salmon recipe. Vinegar, brown sugar, and mustard combine for the perfect mix of flavors.
Seafood dinner's ready in 20 minutes with this easy broiled fish recipe. A quick, spicy salsa adds flavor.
Salmon flavored with a nice combo of sweet, savory and spicy. After just 30 minutes of soaking, it's ready for a brief meeting with your broiler.
You'll want beer, milk, or another tongue soother nearby when you eat this baked salmon, flavored with liberal amounts of horseradish and chipotle pepper. The addition of whiskey mustard adds a hint of manly, smoky flavor.
Easy broiled salmon with plenty of flavor. The classic Chinese flavor of hoisin sauce (a perfect compliment to fish that's actually made from sweet potatoes) combines with maple and mustard to make a simple glaze.
Here's a tasty fish dinner you can have ready in just 15 minutes. A simple mix of herbs and spices from your pantry serve as the flavor lineup.
Make this callback to your distant past--men have been flavoring food with coriander for at least 4,000 years.