This Maple Glazed Salmon dish takes only 10 minutes from start to finish. It’s the combination of a rub and maple syrup that elevates this salmon.
There have been hundreds of recipes shared on this site during the past five years, from breakfast, beverages, appetizers, entrees, roundups, slow cooker meals, and seafood dishes. The past couple of months, I’ve gone back to my earlier posts to fine-tune the recipes and re-share some of my favorites.
Back then, I was all about creating a recipe, jotting down the notes and quickly taking a photo before even eating it. The photos were taken in harsh lighting and most of the food was moved from the pan and taken mere seconds before scarfing it down. I’m continually working on my photography and I have a lot to learn but those “old” photos are not appealing.
This Maple Glazed Salmon was the first recipe ever made on my site. So as you can imagine, the photo and recipe needed a little updating. If you’ve been a reader since the very beginning, you may remember this recipe, but since many of you are new, it was time for the salmon to make a comeback.
This dish is super simple to make and from start to finish took about 15 minutes. That always comes in handy with 3 kids in the house waiting to be fed at a moment’s notice. Our 6-year-old was a huge fan, but the 3-year old took a bit more convincing with this dish. I hope you share this Maple Glazed Salmon with your family tonight.
Did you make this Maple Glazed Salmon recipe? I’d love to see your creations on Instagram! Make sure to tag your post with #azbrecipes or #azestybiterecipes so I’ll be sure to see them. Enjoy!
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