Real Simple Honey-Soy Glazed Salmon

When I want dinner, I want dinner now. I don’t like to spend an inordinate amount of time chopping, slicing and dicing in the kitchen and often opt for recipes that can be prepared in less than 20 minutes. 

An excellent website for super-fast and super-simple recipes is Real Simple. I visited the site this afternoon and typed “salmon” into the recipe search box and was inundated with several pages of quick and easy recipes featuring the flavorful fish.

When I stumbled upon a recipe for honey-soy glazed salmon that only required two ingredients (honey + soy sauce), I knew I had a winner.

Everything came together in no time at all. Within 15 minutes of prepping the fish, I was enjoying a delicious filet of salmon that reminded me of a dish I would order at a wonderful Asian restaurant.

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Along with the honey-soy glazed salmon, I enjoyed turnip fries, which I seasoned with Old Bay and dipped in ketchup.

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This dinner was a winner! I will definitely be making this salmon again!

Honey-Soy Glazed Salmon (Recipe from Real Simple)

Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 3 teaspoons low-sodium soy sauce
  • 1 skinless salmon fillet (1 1/4-pound piece), cut into 4 pieces
  • kosher salt and black pepper
Directions
  1. Heat broiler. In a small bowl, combine the honey and 1 teaspoon of the soy sauce.
  2. Place the salmon on a foil-lined broiler-proof baking sheet and season with ½ teaspoon salt and ¼ teaspoon pepper. Broil for 5 minutes. Spoon the honey mixture over the salmon and broil until the salmon is opaque throughout, 2 to 5 minutes more.

26 Responses

  1. Oh I love Real Simple recipes too! That salmon looks amazing.

  2. I love salmon and Real Simple recipes – they are always winners!

  3. I love Real Simple recipes and that magazine is amazing! This looks delicious and simple – perfect, I agree 🙂

  4. That’s just like the recipe I found on EatingWell but much easier! Delicious.

  5. Love the Real Simple site for recipes. I only cook quick and easy too so it is a big help.

  6. We seem to be eating salmon dinners on the same evenings! Although, yours looks ten times better since all I did was steam mine!! This recipe is definitely on my list of things to cook!!

  7. Hey Julie, I was wondering do you feel like you must workout even though its a Friday and you have worked out five days in a row? I always feel like its awful to take off a Friday just because its a weekday, how do you feel about that?

    • i totally understand this mentality, but friday is just a DAY… if you’re tired and need a day off, definitely take one. i sometimes struggle w/ feeling guilty if i miss a weekday workout & created a post about how to overcome exercise guilt that may interest you, too! here’s a link: http://pbfingers.com/2010/06/18/how-to-handle-exercise-guilt/

      • Thanks Julie, I hate that
        i feel exercise guilt but taking a day off should feel okay especially when you are a teacher and are on your feet constantly! I need to get over it, thanks for your input

  8. ooh. that looks really good, and seems super easy to make! 🙂

  9. I’ve been wanting to buy the real simple cook book for ages! This recipe may have pushed me over the edge 🙂

  10. Fabulous AND simple!! Looks delicious! Those fries look amazing…they look like the real deal!

  11. wow, i can totally do the simple dishes! that sounds amazing…and i like the old bay seasoned fries 🙂

  12. I have a piece of salmon in the freezer…I just might have to give this recipe a shot!

  13. I tried this recipe when I read it in the mag and it was so good! this post reminded me to try it again!

  14. I’m totally the same way. Meals must take less than 20 minutes! Otherwise, I know I’ll never take the time to make them on a regular basis.

  15. I love a good piece of salmon! This looks so good! Love the turnip fries too! xoxo

  16. I love salmon, and I’m always looking for recipes with salmon. This looks amazing!

  17. I’m the same way, I rarely make a meal that takes longer than 30 minutes unless it’s for someone else. Looks great and those turnip fries look sooo good.

  18. This looks fantastic. I’m bookmarking it for the next time I have salmon on-hand!

  19. I think I might make it my goal to make some fries tonight, I keep saying I want them but I never take the time to make them.

  20. I feel the same way! Especially after a long day of work.

  21. Hi Julie, I tried your Rutabaga fries the other night and they were fantastic! Thanks for the recipe!

  22. […] night I made a honey soy salmon that caught my eye on Peanut Butter Fingers. It was fast and fantastic! […]

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