This Asian-flavored salmon is a favorite in my house. My kids love it and it tastes great both broiled or grilled (I might prefer the grill a bit more, but the oven works just fine when it's too cold to grill).
Keyword: Asian Salmon, fish recipe, salmon, Salmon recipe
Add all the ingredients (except salmon) to a bowl. Mix together well and set aside.
Add 4-6 salmon filets to a casserole dish and pour the marinade on top, making sure to coat the fish top and bottom. Cover and place fish in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes or 4 hours (preferably).
To Broil: To broil the fish, set your oven to broil-low and allow it to come to temperature for about 20 minutes. Place the salmon filets on a foil-lined baking sheet (spray with cooking spray so the salmon doesn't stick). Bake for about 6-8 minutes until the fish is cooked through and no longer bright pink (raw) in the center.
To Grill: To grill the fish, coat your grill with some cooking oil or spray and heat it to about 500º F. Once hot, add the salmon filets and cook for about 2-3 minutes on each side, watching it closely to ensure it doesn't overcook or burn. The temperature of your grill can rapidly change, so stay with your fish while it cooks.
Allow fish to cool for five minutes on your platter before eating.
Discard the marinade. It's been contaminated with raw fish.The fish is done when the center is no longer bright pink.Serve fish with rice, ramen noodles, roasted potatoes, vegetables, mung bean noodles or other sides as desired.