- 257 grams salmon fillet (I used a skinless fillet, and I'd recommend one with the skin on.)
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1 1/2 tablespoons sea salt
- 1/2 tablespoon pepper
Thompson 24 hours ago
honestly the grossest thing I've tried to make so far. sugar does NOT belong on salmon. so happy i had 2 fillets and only actually did this abomination to one of them just in case. do serve this to people.
Scotcat 7 days ago
Very tasty and easy to make
Darren Lay 8 days ago
Very easy and Very quick. Taste was amazing!
Crystle 11 days ago
AMAZING!! I used brown sugar instead of granulated sugar AND I melted unsalted butter, dipped salmon first then dipped into sugar/salt/pepper mixture. I also put a bit of unsalted butter in the pan.
Jan 19 days ago
my family did not care for the sweetness. I thought it was good.
Tammy 20 Sep
I followed the recipe for the most part, but used 1 tablespoon for both the salt and pepper. Even with just using 1 tablespoon, the salmon came out saltier than I had anticipated. The recipe itself was simple and easy so other than decreasing the salt proportion, the dish was good.
Donielle Perry 14 Sep
Not sure if I just fried it wrong but used skin on salmon & it cooked a little funny seasoned well tho
Judy Fu 8 Sep
I used half the salt this called for and it was still way too salty! Just use a dash and call it a day.
Nina 7 Sep
So easy and great taste
Carter 31 Aug
Came out amazing! Would make it again
Karen 30 Aug
Really good and easy to make.
Merari Fuentes 28 Aug
it turned out amazing!!!! i actually used tilapia and omg thank you so much for sharing!!!!
Susan 27 Aug
So easy and really good!
Charmae Cowan 17 Aug
i used a skin on fillet and brown sugar it was delicious! Definitely going to make again!
Quianna-Marie Jacobs 9 Aug
Instead of using white sugar I used brown sugar and it came out great!!
Dustin Corderman 8 Aug
It was good except there must be a difference in how fine the salt is or something, I took another reviewers suggestion and left the skin on which was a good idea. The recipe calls for a lot of salt, which might work if its fien salt? Im not sure but i used 1 tablespoon instead of 1.5 and even then it was a LOT. Super salty i had to throw it out, but i know if i make it again with less salt it will be good
Lily Carter 7 Aug
loved the taste. coming from someone new to salmon
Nicole B. 31 Jul
we made the Caramelized Salmon with a delicious salsa, summer squash, and arugula salad. Everythjng was delicious.
Chiu 29 Jul
Quick, easy and delicious! When I don’t even have lemon at home, this is perfect! I put too much sugar this time and it turned out kinda like candied salmon- also yummy!
Shaneka 28 Jul
tasted great. quick and easy to make
Ashley Nicole 27 Jun
It was a great meal for the family. It was gone in less than 30minutes!
Terry mazdra 13 Jun
Could not eat the caramelized part, will not make again.
Kay 11 Jun
i did my own measurements but overall great taste!
Edia 5 Jun
Delicious 😋 We being doing it over and over 😋
Daniele 5 Jun
This is veryyyyy salty. I am going to try it again with way less salt because the crust looked perfect.
Joanne L. 8 May
Loved this! I didn't have sea salt and so used about a teaspoon of Himalayan pink salt. This was delicious, though. The family loved it. I also may have thoroughly licked the leftover caramelized sugar off the spatula...
Ryan 2 May
I gotta wonder if the people that say it was too salty used Sea Salt or Iodized Salt. It was fine
Gregg Chromiak 19 Apr
Too salty for my taste.
Angela W. 18 Apr
It was great. I add a little chopped green onion and bell peppers.
Hunter Niederer 17 Apr
I accidentally burned it a little bit but it’s still very good!