Garlic Ginger Glazed Salmon

Salmon with Ginger Garlic Sauce is made by pan searing the fish until beautifully golden, then serving by drizzling the homemade Garlic Ginger Sauce on top. The flavors of the garlic and the ginger permeate the fish and make it delicious and juicy. This is a quick dinner that’s always a hit with the family!

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Salmon with Ginger Garlic Sauce is made by pan searing the fish until beautifully golden, then serving by drizzling the homemade Garlic Ginger Sauce on top. The flavors of the garlic and the ginger permeate the fish and make it delicious and juicy.

Salmon season’s here! Yay for fresh fish and quick and delicious dinners! This Ginger Garlic Glazed Salmon will rock your taste buds in more way than one!

Salmon with Ginger Garlic Sauce is made by pan searing the fish until beautifully golden, then serving by drizzling the homemade Garlic Ginger Sauce on top. The flavors of the garlic and the ginger permeate the fish and make it delicious and juicy.

Last fall my husband started a new job so he was working late every day and had no time for fishing, but this year he’s gone fishing several times already and has brought at least one fish every time. Nothing beats fish that’s as fresh as the one you catch yourself.

Salmon with Ginger Garlic Sauce is made by pan searing the fish until beautifully golden, then serving by drizzling the homemade Garlic Ginger Sauce on top. The flavors of the garlic and the ginger permeate the fish and make it delicious and juicy.

You could bake the salmon by drizzling the sauce over it  before sending it in the oven, or you can cook it in the skillet and pour the thickened glaze on top as you serve it . Either way, this glaze gives the salmon a very nice Asian flare, with just a hint of ginger and garlic in it, we loved it!

Garlic Ginger Glazed Salmon

Ingredients for Garlic Ginger Glazed Salmon:

1 lb salmon, skinned, de-boned

Garlic Ginger Glaze

1 Tbsp sesame oil (optional)
3 Tbsp honey
4 Tbsp soy sauce
4 Tbsp rice vinegar
3-4 cloves garlic, pressed
1/2 inch cube ginger, grated

Salmon with Ginger Garlic Sauce is made by pan searing the fish until beautifully golden, then serving by drizzling the homemade Garlic Ginger Sauce on top. The flavors of the garlic and the ginger permeate the fish and make it delicious and juicy.

How to make Ginger Garlic Glazed Salmon:

Combine all liquid ingredients in a sauce pan, add grated ginger and pressed garlic. Stir, bring to a boil on medium-high heat and allow to simmer until the glaze is reduced and thickened, about 10-15 minutes

This Ginger Garlic Glazed Salmon will rock your taste buds in more way than one! by Let the Baking Begin Blog!Salmon with Ginger Garlic Sauce is made by pan searing the fish until beautifully golden, then serving by drizzling the homemade Garlic Ginger Sauce on top. The flavors of the garlic and the ginger permeate the fish and make it delicious and juicy.

Meanwhile sprinkle the fish with cracked black pepper on both sides.  Heat the skillet with 1 tablespoon oil over high heat, add the salmon and cook until golden on both sides, covering with lid in between. Depending on the salmon thickness you might need to lower the heat and cook it longer in order for it to cook through in the middle. If unsure, just poke with a fork in the middle and see if it has changed color to opaque as opposed to transluscent – indicating donneness.

This Ginger Garlic Glazed Salmon will rock your taste buds in more way than one! by Let the Baking Begin Blog!Salmon with Ginger Garlic Sauce is made by pan searing the fish until beautifully golden, then serving by drizzling the homemade Garlic Ginger Sauce on top. The flavors of the garlic and the ginger permeate the fish and make it delicious and juicy.

Transfer the salmon fillet to a serving dish and drizzle the sauce over top. Eat hot, right away.

Salmon with Ginger Garlic Sauce is made by pan searing the fish until beautifully golden, then serving by drizzling the homemade Garlic Ginger Sauce on top. The flavors of the garlic and the ginger permeate the fish and make it delicious and juicy.

Serve with rice or rice noodles as a side dish.

Garlic Ginger Glazed Salmon

5 from 4 votes
Author: Marina | Let the Baking Begin
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Servings: 4 servings

Ingredients

  • 1 lb salmon skinned, deboned

Garlic Ginger Glaze

Instructions

  1. Combine all liquid ingredients in a sauce pan, add grated ginger and pressed garlic. Stir, bring to a boil on medium-high heat and allow to simmer until the glaze is reduced and thickened, about 10-15 minuted.
  2. Meanwhile sprinkle the fish with cracked black pepper on both sides. Heat the skillet with 1 tablespoon oil over high heat, add the salmon and cook until golden on both sides, covering with lid in between.
  3. Transfer the salmon fillet to a serving dish and drizzle the sauce over top. Eat hot, right away.
  4. Serve with rice or rice noodles as a side dish.

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Salmon with Ginger Garlic Sauce is made by pan searing the fish until beautifully golden, then serving by drizzling the homemade Garlic Ginger Sauce on top. The flavors of the garlic and the ginger permeate the fish and make it delicious and juicy.

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  • Cricket

    Amazing Recipe Dear. MY husband will loves me more when he saw i cooked it for him.

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  • ahmad

    very nice artical

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    very amazing recipe. thanks for sharing

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  • alamin sojjon

    wonderful recipes

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  • Mh Free

    Keep up the great work and thanks for providing us wonderful recipes!

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  • This looks simply amazing! Your photography makes my mouth water every time! Keep up the great work and thanks for providing us wonderful recipes!

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  • Josephine B

    I’d like to know if this can be baked as a previous person asked, but no answer has come forth as yet and Nadia asked 3 years ago. So, could you please notify if this can be baked as it sounds quite delicious.

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    • Yes, you can definitely bake the salmon. Just bake for 11-15 minutes depending on the thickness of your salmon at @450F.

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  • Nice i will try this….. Hope taste are crunchy

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  • […] Garlic Ginger Glazed Salmon […]

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  • look delicious, MAIN COURSE gonna try this recipe

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    • RCB Team 2017

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  • Gloria

    what are the carbs and calories for a 4 oz portion?

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  • Christina

    my husband is indifferent about fish (but I love it, especially salmon), so he wasn’t too excited when he saw I had salmon out to make for dinner… preparing it this way, I got praise that “this salmon is delicious!” needless to say, I was shocked and pleased. So easy and tasty, this is definitely a keeper!

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  • kloknyc

    Made this for dinner this evening. This recipe is simple, tasty and healthy. The fish really only needs a little drizzle of glaze so there’s ample amount leftover. I’m using the remaining glaze for my baked tofu tomorrow!

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  • Natasha (@NatashasKitchen)

    Marina, this looks fancy and delicious :). Our neighbor gave us some salmon fillet from his recent fishing trip, so I would give this a try.

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  • nadia

    If I wanted to bake it instead, what temp and for how long?

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  • Courtney

    I am trying this tonight. I have everything but rice vinegar. Could I use regular vinegar?

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    • To be honest I am not sure, but I think any not too strongly flavored acid should work.

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  • Yelena

    This looks simply amazing! Your photography makes my mouth water every time! Keep up the great work and thanks for providing us wonderful recipes!

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    • Oh you’re so sweet Yelena! thank you!

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  • Mommy

    What? I thought salmon season passed. Anyhow, I will be trying this when I crave for salmon. We stocked up in September with fresh caught wild king salmon from Astoria and froze it for the fall and winter.

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    • Well now it probably has now, but a week before I posted the recipe my husband was still catching fish 🙂 But hey, stores have salmon year round 😀 Although it sounds like you’ll be good for a while with your fresh-caught-frozen salmon 😀

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  • Luba

    this looks SOOOOOO delicious!!! I am going to try this salmon recipe. That rice looks really tasty too!

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    • Thanks Luba! I used bullion cubes instead of cubes to salt the water for cooking rice so it had a nice meaty flavor. If you have chicken broth you can use that instead 🙂

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