- 1/4 cup packed brown sugar (For healthier alternative: 2 tbsp honey 2 tsp molasses)
- 2 tbs low sodium soy sauce
- 2 tbsp Miso paste*
- 5 salmon filets
- 1 tbsp chopped fresh chives
Preheat broiler. Combine honey, soy sauce and miso, stirring with a whisk. Arrange fish in a shallow baking dish that is sprayed with low-fat cooking spray. Spoon the honey-miso mixture evenly over the fish. Broil 6 inches below heat source for 10 minutes (with door cracked open!) making sure it doesn’t burn. Remove and baste twice more with the miso sauce. Make sure the top is browned and glazed for most delicious results! Sprinkle with chives.
*This glaze can be used to baste any protein, try it on swordfish or a spin on barbecue chicken! The options are endless
*If you don’t have miso, can’t find it, or just don’t even want to try it, this salmon is just fine without it! You can also try substituting miso with a couple things: Add a little tomato paste; Marmite; Boullion cube (vegetable or beef); or a Knorr Miso Soup Mix powder you can find at almost any grocery store.
This salmon is a recipe that my mom served all the time growing up, it’s definitely a family favorite. I refrigerate or freeze the leftovers and enjoy it on salads throughout the week. Below is a simple salad with the salmon over a bed of spinach, kale & chard, with blackberries and pistachios. I didn’t even need dressing because the salmon was so delicious!
If you like salmon, you’ll love my Skinny Caesar Salad with Blackened Salmon