Mustard Glazed Salmon

Mustard Glazed Salmon

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This recipe is one of the easiest to make dinners you can imagine, and it’s totally delicious! Our Mustard Glazed Salmon needs just 5 ingredients total and about 20 minutes to have on the plate. We love using Gorman Thomas’…

This recipe is one of the easiest to make dinners you can imagine, and it’s totally delicious! Our Mustard Glazed Salmon needs just 5 ingredients total and about 20 minutes to have on the plate. We love using Gorman Thomas’ Stormin’ Sauce for this recipe. It’s a South Carolina style BBQ sauce that combines a bit of sweetness, kick and tang all in one perfectly blended bottle. However, you can use any of your favorite mustards instead of the Stormin’ Sauce. Enjoy this recipe and stop by Lake Geneva Country Meats for everything you need for this recipe – including fish!

Ingredients

  • 2 fillet(s) Salmon ( 5-6 oz)
  • Gorman Thomas' Stormin' Sauce ( you can substitute a honey or Dijon style mustard if desired)
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Fresh Baby Dill ( chopped)

Directions

  • 1

    Season the salmon with salt and pepper, then brush all sides with Stormin’ Sauce. Place under broiler, skin side down, and broil under high heat for about 10 minutes or until the fish easily flakes with a fork.

  • 2

    Once fish is done cooking, remove from the broiler and serve. Sprinkle fresh chopped dill on top to complement the tangy-sweet flavor of the Stromin’ Sauce. Enjoy!


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