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The New Kitchen Cookbook
I saw this recipe on TV at my mother-in-law’s and found an indirect link, Jacques Pépin’s Broiled Salmon with Miso Glaze – for Two to a cut-down version online. I wasn’t overwhelmed by the outcome but Peter liked it well enough. I think it could stand to be spicier; the sriracha was drowned in the sweetness of the maple syrup.
As mentioned on TV, I substituted white miso for red miso because I had it. As mentioned on the internet, the chef’s suggested four minutes of broiling was much too little; even 8 minutes of broiling left them a bit underdone—which wasn’t bad, but you should trust your salmon if you’re going to eat it that way.
- 2 6oz. salmon steaks
- 1 T. miso paste
- ½ T. maple syrup
- 1 tsp. soy sauce
- 1 tsp. rice vinegar
- ½ tsp. sriracha
- Mix non-salmon ingredients until smooth.
- Spread onto salmon steaks.
- Place on foil-lined broiler tray.
- Broil 8 minutes or to taste.