Flavor your salmon before grilling or broiling with a bath in one of these marinades.
This is a salmon marinade that I created and I really enjoy. Although the ingredients sound spicy, it actually comes out zesty. I cook my fillets in the marinade on a small George Foreman style grill. I create a "boat" out of tinfoil with an open top, so the top burner is touching the meat. They take about 8-10 minutes to cook using that method.
This marinade is great for grilled salmon. It works well with any cut of salmon. However, I typically use salmon fillets. I like king salmon best but it works well on any type of fresh salmon. This marinade is enough for 3 pounds of salmon.
This is a very simple brine for salmon. After soaking overnight, we prefer to smoke the fish, but this brine works just as well for grilled, baked or broiled salmon.
Slight smoke, and lemon make this a perfect dish. Not real fishy.
Honey and Worcestershire sauce combine into a delectable marinade for this easy, broiled salmon.
Tasty, tangy grilled salmon steaks you'll want to cook again and again, if only as an excuse to get out a bottle of vodka.
Get that unmistakable teriyaki flavor on fresh salmon fillets for an easy high-protein dinner.
Salmon with a wow factor: Ginger and red pepper flakes bring the heat in a different type of marinade for grilled salmon.
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.
An easy grilled salmon recipe packed with Asian flavor from hoisin sauce.
Citrus and soy combine in this marinade for grilled salmon. Fresh salmon is always good, this recipe can make it great.
The classic combo of vodka and orange juice makes a pretty darn good salmon marinade too. Save some to drink, obviously.
A sweet, savory and quick marinade flavors easy grilled salmon. Will also give you plenty of white wine left over to serve with dinner.
After a short dip in a soy/curry/lemon/garlic mix, salmon is grilled to perfection in 10 minutes. A fast summer weeknight dinner.
I am a board member and resident cook for the Harrison County Cattlemen's Association. This is the best marinade I have ever used. It works on any kind of meat, and even fish.
A sweet, spicy, tangy and delicious marinade that can be used for your favorite fish. I would recommend using either catfish or salmon if you would like to use fish.
We love fajitas here at the ranch - They're relatively easy, quick, certainly tasty and fun to eat. It took us a few years to work out a marinade that works pretty darn well on just about anything you might want to stuff into a soft flour tortilla, but we haven't had to make any adjustments to this for a couple years, now, so it must be about right! It works great on beef, pork, poultry, fish or shrimp, and even some vegetables.
Salmon is marinated in ginger, coconut milk, and pineapple, then wrapped in aluminum foil and cooked on the grill. A minted peach-mango salsa accompanies the fish served on a bed of jasmine rice.