8 Great Salmon Recipes That Have Nothing to Do with Teriyaki
Step away from the soy sauce marinade and try these easy dishes, which are just as flavorful and might become your new standbys.
The Sweet Glaze That Seems Like Teriyaki but Isn't
Classic renditions of the Japanese marinade include soy sauce, either sake or mirin (a kind of cooking wine), and sugar or honey. This update skips the alcohol and uses orange juice instead, plus a spoonful of toasted sesame oil. The result is a slightly tangier sauce that also works well with haddock, halibut or scallops.
Get the recipe: Ginger-Honey Glazed Salmon
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