- 6 ounces salmon fillets (sockeye, skin on or off)
- 1 pinch salt
- 1/2 cup Thai sweet chili sauce (divided)
- 3 tablespoons green onions (chopped)
- cooking spray (I use Misto)
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Laura DeSoo 4 days ago
Sooooo good! That sweet Thai chili sauce is super easy and so yummy!
Gemal B. 22 days ago
very good flavor and easy to make and to do for large groups. I did add some other spices and topped it off with a bit of lime juice. still a great simple recipe... delicious.
Chiraporn Sae Yue 15 Oct
absolutely loving it!
Yulia Zarovski 15 Oct
It was great, it turned out exactly as I expected
clarisa jairam 14 Oct
i love this recipe easy to make and.very delicious ..i added some green seasoning and a little red cookin wine and ginger
Dani Brown 11 Oct
Tasted great but totally burned the top. Easy clean up with the aluminium foil.
Douglas Larsen 6 Oct
It came out nicely. Enjoyed it!
Bailey McNamee 3 Oct
Was really good just how the recipe was
Jacen L. 3 Oct
It overcooked in the first 6 minutes, before I could even rotate the pan, and the sauce I used didn't caramelize at all. We weren't impressed with it at all.
Hey Ari ✨ 2 Oct
It was amazing! Very tender and the sweet chili taste really gave the salmon a different flare
Emma Bree 17 Sep
DELICIOUS! I used a pre-made sweet chili sauce from Trader Joe’s. I also added minced garlic on my salmon for a little extra flavor and I paired it with sautéed Brussels sprouts with onions and bacon (a recipe I also found on Yummly) would definitely make again!!
Megan 16 Sep
Sauce didn’t turn out as well as expected, it was pretty thick. Good flavor though
suzanne 16 Sep
it was great! i had to lower the time since i had a thin piece of salmon
Tashia Annett W. 2 Sep
This was super easy to make, but was missing something. An acid, perhaps?
Harper 19 Aug
I look forward to preparing and serving this entree. I would like to hear suggestions on complementary tasty appetizers, side dishes, beverages, and desserts.
Amy Mendoza 2 Aug
AMAZING!! So easy to make, didn't even need my moms help ;)
Abbie 21 Jun
It’s was good next time I will cook it less.
Edia 21 Jun
Real good! I am cooking it again!! 😊
Branch 17 Jun
taste soo good. my family really enjoyed this dish. im not a salmon fan but this was good. again i tweaked it and added spicy obey seasoning. can you say yum!
Julie & Rod 7 Jun
Very good. Quick and simple. I decreased the broiling time for our size filets and preference for doneness.
Nikki 5 Jun
I would make it again!
Willam Cooper 1 Jun
Turned out perfect. Reduced both broiling periods by a minute in a gas oven.
Aretha Martin 30 May
This was truly amazing. Only change I made was used cayenne pepper on fish. I took the suggestions of the other commenters and paired it with grilled asparagus and I made garlic rice pilaf. The fish was moist, sweet and spicy. Big hit!!!!! You have to make this.
Virginia F. 22 May
Great!!! Paired it with some grilled asparagus.
Nicholas Blackstock 22 May
Amazing! Flavor is there, perfect cook on the fish... Simple and quick... Hard to beat!
William Klauberg 20 May
this was delicious! I strongly recommend marinating as close to the 24 hour mark as possible; I did for 3 hours which was nice, but would have been even better
Elizabeth Garvey 17 May
Easy recipe and fairly good. I served with jasmine rice and steamed vegetables. It did need a thinner sauce to go with it.
Lauri 15 May
Excellent! Will make it again
Sammie Barnes 15 May
Very Good. Quick and simply
Crystal Vincenzini 14 May
Very good! Everyone loved it!