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Maple Roasted Salmon Recipe

Posted on 27th of March, 2011 by Lévana

levana-cooks-Maple-Roasted Salmon Recipe

I can’t tell you how many people make my maple roasted salmon recipe. The short and dazzling favor lineup in this roasted salmon dish does its magic with practically no work.  No problem doubling the roasted salmon recipe when you have a larger group, it will all get prepared in the same record time. When I make this roasted salmon for a party, it is the very last thing I put into the oven, as guests arrive: that’s how quick and foolproof it is! You will never say you are bored of salmon again! Bluefish will be suitable here, as well as any thick white fish (bass, mahimahi, halibut, etc.).

Please use a real, not disposable, pan. It makes the whole difference, not only in the end results in this roasted salmon dish, and absolutely every dish, but in doing the right thing about cooking the healthful way. My roasted Salmon is delicious at room temperature too, so you can serve it for Shabbos as well. 


⅓ cup pure maple syrup

2 tablespoons soy sauce

3 tablespoons Dijon-style mustard

3 tablespoons toasted sesame oil

1 tablespoon coarsely ground pepper, or less to taste

1 whole side salmon, about 3½-4 pounds, skin off, bones out, trimmed


Preheat the oven to 500°F.

Mix all but last ingredient in a bowl. Place the salmon skin side up in a baking pan just large enough to fit it snugly in one layer (if you have empty spaces, the liquids will burn). Pour the sauce evenly over the fish. Bake 15 to 18 minutes. Transfer to a platter and pour the cooking juices over the fish. Serve hot, or at room temperature. Makes 8 main course servings, or a dozen ample first course servings.

Filed under: Fish Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Kosher Recipes, Maple Syrup Recipes, Natural and Kosher Recipes, Natural Foods Recipes, Recipes, Salmon Recipes

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4 Questions

  1. Jessica, on Said:

    Maybe a stupid question….. do you bake the salmon in slices or the whole side in one piece and cut after it’s cooked?

    • Lévana, on Said:

      Jessica Gd forbid, not a dumb question. Follow the recipe literally. If it doesn’t instruct you to slice the salmon before baking, then this is what you do: Bake it unsliced, whole.

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