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  • Writer's pictureJDesiree

Glazed Salmon

I love seafood, it is light, it can sustain seasoning, and not very fattening. My boyfriend doesn’t really like or “prefer” seafood, so I have to spice it up and make it very flavorful for him. Try my homemade glazed salmon! It’s one of my best recipes yet, and super easy!


4  Skinless Salmon pieces or (1lb)

1 1/2 tsp fresh ginger (or use squeezed ginger)

3 minced Garlic Cloves

1 Lime

6 tbs Honey

1 tbs Brown Sugar

4 tbs Soy Sauce

1 tbs Coconut oil

*Pepper (season in moderation)


  1. Thoroughly clean Salmon in cold water.

  2. Once cleaned and drained, squeeze lime over Salmon, sprinkle paper lightly on both sides of the fish and put to the side.In a separate bowl, add all remaining ingredients (except coconut oil), mix well with fork.

  3. Pour glaze mixture on top of Salmon, cover tight, and refrigerate for 30 minutes minimum.In a sauce/ skillet pan (non stick) place Coconut oil, then heat to medium-high heat.

  4. Once pan is very hot, place fish (keep remaining glaze in the bowl).

  5. Cook fish for approximately 1-3 (or until golden).

  6. Pre-heat oven at 350 F degrees.Flip Salmon to the golden side, so it’s facing up.

  7. Place fish on a flat cookie sheet. (I would recommend putting foil over the cookie sheet and spraying with cooking spray to keep the fish from sticking. )

  8. Cook fish in oven for 10-15 (depending on thickness).

  9. Place remaining glaze back to the sauce/ skillet pan and reduce until like (approximately 3-5 minutes).


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