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Old 04-01-2008, 05:06 PM   #1
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Easy salmon sauce?

I'd like to eat salmon more often, and I'm looking for an easy and preferably low calorie sauce (if possible). Or an easy marinade? Thanks in advance.

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Before grilling or sauteeing just mix together equal parts soy sauce, Dijon mustard, and brown sugar. Slather on early in the day if you want.
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Can I leave out the sugar
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Old 04-01-2008, 05:16 PM   #4
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Sure - can you add honey instead? Honey is VERY good for you too!

You can always poach in white wine that has some chopped garlic, rosemary, black peppercorns, fresh parsley in it. Heat everything up to release all the flavors then place your fish in and cook until done. I forget how long it takes - maybe 10 minutes or so?

I do mine on the stove versus in the oven.
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I love honey, thanks!
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You're welcome!!
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Old 04-02-2008, 02:22 AM   #7
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Bake the fillet in the oven with pineapple chunks and either halved cherry tomatoes or diced large (sweet) tomatoes, all wrapped in foil. Can't find the recipe but it was very tasty. There was some liquid, like a tablespoon per fillet, maybe (and most likely) olive oil, along with seasonings and some herbs. It was beautiful hot and was very yummy cold. I'll have another look to see if i can find it.
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Thanks Bilby. Salmon in breadcrumbs shouldn't taste bad either by the way.
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Sure - can you add honey instead? Honey is VERY good for you too!...
How is honey an improvement? Do you use less of it than sugar?
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How is honey an improvement? Do you use less of it than sugar?
Because honey is now being proven to be a bit more healthful. While it may be higher in calories for the same amount it is also sweeter and you may use less. It is also less processed than sugar.
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