Caramelized Salmon Recipe | Yummly
AboutCareersContact UsFAQs
BookmarkletYum Button

Caramelized Salmon

MORSELS OF LIFE(154)
Lowery: "Tasty and easy to make. My family loved it." Read More
4Ingredients
25Minutes
Read Directions
Add to Meal Planner

Add to Meal Planner

Ingredients

US|METRIC
2 SERVINGS
  • 9.13 ounces salmon fillet (I used a skinless fillet, and I'd recommend one with the skin on.)
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons salt
  • 1/2 tablespoon pepper
  • Did you make this?
    Add All to Shopping List
    Add to Meal Planner

    Reviews(154)

    Karla J. 4 months ago
    Too salty! Would mske again without the salt.
    Lowery a year ago
    Tasty and easy to make. My family loved it.
    Dirk a year ago
    turned out as pucture suggests, just wasnt keen on the taste.
    C.M 2 years ago
    Fairly easy considering I can’t cook
    CoreySiewert 2 years ago
    fantastic and easy to make
    Merciditas Slz 2 years ago
    Burned but still good
    Leatta Gray 2 years ago
    I followed the suggestion of some Yummly users and reduced the salt and increased the cook time. This is a great recipe.
    Sandy M. 2 years ago
    it came out good, the flavor was more in the sweeter side and the salmon came out softer then usual , maybe the sugar ?
    Shay 2 years ago
    Less salt and medium low heat
    Tamyra Stock 2 years ago
    turned out okay..... i used frozen salmon so i had to cook it longer.. I didnt read that sugar burned so quickly, ADT called my house.... and we were all coughing..... i dont know hiw to make it well. we are eating burnt fish for dinner though because im not wasteful.....it taste good still though
    Anjali Gupta 2 years ago
    I do wish I would have read the reviews regarding the salt. The salt is too much I should have reduced it by half. Otherwise brilliant recipe will be using it again and again.
    Courtney Beach 2 years ago
    Simple, easy, quick and it tastes amazing.
    SunshineK 2 years ago
    Needs a little less pepper for kids. Delicious though!
    Morrison 2 years ago
    The salmon was great.
    Celia Gallardo 2 years ago
    It was good but had too much salt to my taste I would do teaspoons instead of tablespoons
    Saccasan 2 years ago
    Excellent. I only used a bit of sugar and salt though and put it in the oven.
    Matt G 2 years ago
    Horrible! It sounded very good. It was so salty and overwhelming Pepper flavor. I used less salt and pepper than the recipe called for and it was so bad. One of the worst recipes I ever made. Total waste of good salmon
    howie r 2 years ago
    Great I loved it. Would do it again. Mouth orgasm guaranteed.
    Beth Hester 2 years ago
    Great Flavor! Will be my new favorite!! But needed to cook much longer than expected due to thicknesses of the fillets. I would suggest searing on medium high heat for 5 min each side, then lower heat to medium low & cover until inside is done. It took about 20 minutes longer.
    Mandy Battaglia 2 years ago
    It was delicious. My favorite salmon recipe I’ve ever made.
    Julg 2 years ago
    This was delicious! I didn’t use as much salt or pepper but the combination was great!
    Beth 2 years ago
    It is absolutely perfect! I did shake in a bit of cayenne to counter the sweetness (just one shake). My daughter ate it all up. Delicious.
    Katrina Goodman 2 years ago
    easy, great tasing, will keep this on my rotation !! loved it!!
    Kari 2 years ago
    Too much salt and pepper for my taste
    Jordhan Gilbert 2 years ago
    I fried the salmon, after broiling, until it was black and a little crispy/crunchy. 10/10 that way!
    Nevona 2 years ago
    YUMMY! This is my new favorite recipe to make, please do not hesitate to make this delicious salmon 🤤
    Lori 2 years ago
    delicious! my son wanted the whole piece of fish for himself :0)
    Townsend 2 years ago
    I've been using this recipe for 2 years now and I love it! I did cut down on the salt though and I'm going to try brown sugar next time.
    Linda Smith 2 years ago
    It turned out very good. Salmon is my least favorite fish, but thus recipe I loved
    McCane 2 years ago
    my wife does not eat salmon, but she sure loved this one! i used brown sugar and didnt have cumin used ginger instea. but it was amazin. sweet but fishy! good job!!!

    PlanShop