I love all kinds of salmon recipes. Salmon is healthy and packed with nutrition and great taste.
I make salmon on a weekly basis because we enjoy it, especially little G. I also love it that salmon is very versatile. You can have a wide variety of flavors, it never gets old.
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This honey teriyaki salmon is moist, juicy, with a sticky sweet and savory honey teriyaki glaze. Imagine teriyaki sauce but sweetened with honey, it’s utterly delicious and addictive, and goes extremely well with rice or noodles. This recipe is a good alternative when you get bored of chicken teriyaki.
Make a vegetable side dish and you have the most amazing and wholesome dinner at home.
I prepared my salmon on a cast-iron skillet, and reduced the honey teriyaki glaze. You can certainly bake or roast the salmon in an oven. Either way, this is an absolutely delightful dish for the entire family!
How Many Calories per Serving?
This recipe is only 331 calories per serving.
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Honey Teriyaki Salmon
Honey Teriyaki Salmon – sticky sweet, savory salmon with honey teriyaki sauce. Cooks in a skillet or baked in oven. Dinner takes 10 mins!
- 1 lb. salmon, cut into two pieces
- 1 tablespoon oil
Honey Teriyaki Glaze
- 2 tablespoons soy sauce
- 2 tablespoons Japanese cooking sake
- 4 tablespoons honey
- White sesame for ganishing
Mix all the ingredients in the Honey Teriyaki Glaze together. Whisk to blend well. Combine the salmon and the Glaze together.
Heat up a skillet on medium-low heat. Add the oil, Pan-fry the salmon on both sides until it's completely cooked inside and the glaze thickens.
Garnish with sesame and serve immediately.
You can also bake the salmon for 12 minutes at 400 F. Omit the oil if using oven.
Sweet-salty and moist salmon. This was delicious. I’ve bought more salmon so I can make it again!
Very simple and delish
Thanks for your sweet comment.
What can you substitute for sake? Apple cider vinegar?
You can skip it.
This looks like the perfect salmon for me!!!! I love a sweet and sticky glaze with salmon!
I just made this for dinner. Amazing! It was so simple and the taste was incredible. The sweet of the honey was nicely offset by the sake and soy sauce. It really only took 10 minutes start to finish. I’ve made many recipes from this site and this is my favorite. Thanks so much for the recipe!
Hi Bob, thanks so much for trying my recipe, yes, it’s very easy to make this honey teriyaki salmon.
I love the smell spice teriyaki dishes . Perhaps by looking to your recipe I will try at home.
never thought that salmon can be prepared like this. very nice presentation.. make whoever see this will eventually want to eat it.thanks for the recipe.