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Maple Glazed Salmon with Mango Pineapple Salsa

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This super simple Maple Glazed Salmon is quickly cooked under the broiler for a healthy, gourmet entree. Even though it’s healthy, you will be wanting seconds. Trust me!

Maple Glazed Salmon  on a square white plate topped with fruit salsa

Maple Glazed Salmon

I did not become a fan of maple till I graduated from the artificially flavored maple syrup of my youth to the caramelized liquid gold actually tapped from maple trees. Depending on the season it is harvested, the subtle flavors of real maple syrup can also include nutty, vanilla, coffee, floral or spicy. It also contains more than 50 antioxidants.

Maple syrup enhances so many recipes, not just pancakes and waffles, but even vegetables like these Maple Pecan Roasted Brussels Sprouts! Check out the Pure Canadian Maple Syrup site for all sorts of information and recipes. Then grab your real maple syrup and make this quick recipe for Maple Glazed Salmon.

Maple Glazed Salmon  on a square white plate on a red and white checked napkin

A Divine Sweet and Salty Marinade!

I love the mixture of sweet and salty paired with salmon in this Maple Glazed Salmon recipe, so maple syrup with a splash of soy sounded like a wonderful flavor combination. Ginger and garlic added a bit of zing, and I’m thinking some red pepper flakes would have been nice as well. I’ve updated the photos with a mango, pineapple and strawberry salsa served atop the salmon. Another beautiful pairing with this Maple Glazed Salmon dish. Bill went to work raving about this recipe, and the lightened up Fettuccine Alfredo with which it was served. Stay tuned for that recipe.

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Maple Glazed Salmon | A super easy soy and maple marinated salmon that's cooked under the broiler

Maple Glazed Salmon

A super simple salmon marinade that will get an entree on the table in just a little over 30 minutes.

  • Author: Liz Berg
  • Prep Time: 20 minutes
  • Cook Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 35 minutes
  • Yield: 4 servings 1x
  • Category: entree, seafood
  • Method: Broiling
  • Cuisine: American

Ingredients

  • 4 6 ounce salmon fillets, skin on
  • 1/4 cup pure maple syrup
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • Large pinch of ground ginger or to taste

Instructions

  1. Mix maple syrup, soy, garlic and ginger in a baking dish. Dip each side of the salmon fillets in the marinade, then let sit, skin side down, for about 20 minutes.
  2. Turn on broiler. Spoon a bit more of the marinade over salmon then place 4-5 inches under broiler element. Cook to desired doneness, about 10-15 minutes, depending on thickness of fillets. Remove from oven and spoon some of the syrupy marinade over salmon before serving.
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Maple Glazed Salmon | A super easy soy and maple marinated salmon that's cooked under the broiler

Mango Pineapple Salsa

A tropical fruit salsa with a little jalapeno kick. Perfect with seafood, chicken or as an appetizer with chips.

  • Author: Liz Berg
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 2 cups 1x
  • Category: Appetizer
  • Method: Mixing
  • Cuisine: American

Ingredients

  • 2 cups diced fruit, I used about 1/4 cup small diced strawberries, then equal parts diced mango and pineapple
  • 2 tablespoons minced red onion
  • 1 jalapeno, minced
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • Juice of one lime (or half a large lime)
  • A pinch of kosher salt
  • Minced cilantro

Instructions

  1. Gently toss together fruit, onion and jalapeno. Add olive oil, lime juice and a pinch of salt. Add cilantro, mix carefully and serve.

 

Disclosure: I received samples of pure maple syrup courtesy of The Federation of Quebec Pure Maple Syrup Producers, but  the opinions stated in this post are my own. I was not compensated in any way for writing this post

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44 comments on “Maple Glazed Salmon with Mango Pineapple Salsa”

  1. As a born & raised Vermonter, I can only agree that real maple syrup is the only one worth having. My husband calls me a snob because I will not eat the fake stuff, so be it.

  2. Congratulations on your awards! I also love the combination of sweet and salty in a recipe and this looks like a winner. It is so worth to pay far more for a bottle of pure maple syrup just to get that flavor and the benefits it offers.

  3. Maple glazed salmon is one of my family’s favorite dishes, its about the only way my younger brothers will eat fish. Your recipe looks delicious! I’ve never added ginger, I’l definitely give it a try next time 🙂

  4. And I was wondering what to do with my maple syrup! (I have had it for a year at least) Excellent idea!

  5. Oh, Liz! What a wonderful use for the maple syrup! We are never without it and my son adores salmon… sold!
    My kids never had the fake stuff, and I remember when I was younger that I always begged my mom to get the stuff that my friends had. I had never tasted it, but they all said it was so good. Now I”m thankful that she didn’t give in, and neither did I!

  6. I’m a big fan of salmon with any glaze,and is always good together with asparagus YummY 🙂
    Ridwan

  7. I love salmon, never had glaze on it, but it sounds like it would be delicious! Great pictures as always! 🙂

  8. Glazed salmon always gets a thumbs up from me and yours is no different. Simply delicious Liz!

  9. Congrats on the blog awards Lizzy and hoping more will come your way. Gosh!!! simple and when the salmon is paired with the asparagus, all the more superb.

  10. this is making my salmon craving worse!

  11. I love salmon anyway, but especially with the glaze and marinade. Salmon is simple to prepare and so healthy:) My husband will only eat salmon from Costco. Go figure!

    Congrats on all of your awards, so much fun!

  12. Looks fantastic! I love asparagus with my salmon, too 🙂
    Like you, I’m not born into maple love… I’m getting more used to it, but I cannot abide maple syrup candies for example.

  13. I love maple anything and it looks like such a good pairing with this salmon! Yum. There’s really no going back to artificial after you’ve had real maple syrup, is there?!

  14. I guess we do need our Omega-3’s.

  15. I cannot believe you didn’t like maple syrup! Or that it can contain so many antioxidants (I’ll be using a little more now!).

    This glaze sounds perfect for salmon. Cannot wait to give it a try!

  16. Very interesting combo! I wonder if this will work with a salt water fish…salmon def has its own particular flavor. I feel an experiment coming on! 🙂

  17. Salmon is my most favorite fish and I make it so many ways. However I’ve never tried your version but plan to especially having all those ingredients on hand.

    I too was raised on Aunt Jimima (that’s spelled wrong I know) and it was hard at first getting use to pure maple syrup but it’s so much better.

    Thanks for sharing your recipe.

  18. Mmm this is just the way I like salmon! (otherwise I don’t really like it all that much) Sweet & a little salty. I bet a little bit of crushed red pepper really would be amazing also! Yum! Great recipe!

  19. Agree, nothing like the tree tapped syrup & this sweet + salty pair sounds dee-licious!

    4 awards?!! Yes, they are well deserved 🙂

  20. Second maple salmon post I’ve seen in a few days. Something is telling me that fate wants me to make this cause this looks delicious 😀

  21. Really yum. I think I’ll make a version of this tonight!

  22. congrats on all of your awards! you go, girl! 🙂

  23. My family loves salmon and this one looks very easy to prepare for week night. I have real good maple syrup at home and this will be the good recipe to use it other than pancakes!

  24. I was just defrosting salmon wondering what to do with it other than the same-ole lemon thing. You just saved dinner!!

    Thanks girl!

  25. Quick, easy and tasty? Sign me up! I actually have a huge Alaskan salmon in the freezer–I’ll have to try this on it.

  26. Lizzy, this salmon looks delicious, simple and I love the touch of sweetness.
    Hope you are having a fantastic week 🙂

    • This is one beautiful Salmon!!We love Salmon a lot and sometimes I run out of ideas.Your recipe looks easy and delicious to say the least!!

  27. We eat a ridiculous amount of salmon…and I’m always looking for different ways of making this. It looks great!

  28. Love salmon and been cooking a lot of it too these days. Love the flavors in this recipe and will try out for zure.

  29. I love salmon, I should make it for my fend for yourself night. For some reason my Husband the Fisherman doesn’t like fish unless it’s beer battered and fried.

  30. I am making salmon right now! I eat salmon twice a week leftovers on my salad too! We love it.. this is one of my favorite flavoring as well pretty close to how I do it except for putting sesame seeds on top!
    love love love your recipe!

  31. I’ve rarely tried maple syrup, and probably all of it were the artificial stuff, or maybe real, can’t tell. I need to get acquainted with this liquid gold.

  32. BTW, forgot to mention, this post did not appear on my reader. I wonder if its the same issue I had

  33. glaze on top os salmon is always perfect and this is such a healthy dish I could easily make

  34. The glaze for the salmon sounds wonderful. I love salmon and will have to try this,

  35. I like some sweetness in my salmon. Looks perfect with asparagus

  36. Salmon is brought to a whole new level when covered in a delicious glaze. LOVE this recipe 🙂

  37. This looks amazing! I’m with you – I’ve always thought that maple was ho-hum until I had the real stuff!

  38. Wow, it looks very yummy!! I want to taste it, today i will cook it!! Thanks for your recipe, darling!! 🙂

  39. I bet maple and salmon go beautifully! Sounds delicious.

  40. I am a huge fan of pure maple syrup and do a lot of baking with it. I welcome this lovely savory recipe and hope to try it soon! Looks like a beautiful meal you had. 🙂

  41. This glaze sounds incredible! This will be happening in my kitchen very soon!

  42. What a lovely way to prepare salmon…I love the maple/soy sauce combo! Beautiful dish 🙂

  43. Haven’t even had my breakfast and I’m craving this wonderful salmon!

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