Salmon with Pumpkin Honey Mustard Glaze is my go-to recipe when I cook salmon because it is easy to make with only a few steps. The mustard glaze keeps the salmon moist and gives a lot of flavor with only one ingredient.
Today I made a Salmon with Pumpkin Honey Mustard Glaze. I have a love/hate relationship with salmon that I don’t know how to explain. I like salmon but at the same time, I get tired of it very easily. I know that salmon is an excellent source of vitamin B12, vitamin D, and selenium. Also, it is a good source of Omega-3 fatty acids, protein and many more nutritional benefits. The only time that I eat salmon is at home and I never order in a restaurant.
Salmon with Pumpkin Honey Mustard Glaze is an Easy 1-2-3 Recipe
There is one recipe for salmon that I really like with a glaze made from mustard and honey. This time I decided to upgrade the recipe adding some fall flavor with our Pumpkin Honey Mustard (click through and purchase in our online shop). This is really an “Easy 1-2-3” recipe where you can have a meal done in less than 20 minutes.
This is the kind of meal that Geoffrey loves because it is sweet and tangy and the glaze keeps the salmon very moist.
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This Salmon with Pumpkin Honey Mustard Glaze recipe is my go-to recipe when I cook salmon because it is easy to make with only a few steps, the mustard glaze keeps the salmon moist and gives a lot of flavor with only one ingredient. You can make this dish in 15 minutes for any weeknight dinner.
- Place the salmon in a baking (broil proof) dish. Sprinkle salt, pepper and garlic powder on both side.
You cook this two different ways:
- My way– I sear the salmon both side, one minute each side. Then transfer the salmon to the baking dish and add the Pumpkin Honey Mustard. Broil with the dish 6 inches from the heat for about 13 minutes.
- The easier way– Put the salmon in a broiler pan and add the Pumpkin Honey Mustard on top. Broil with top 6 inches from the heat for about 15 minutes.
- Category: Dinner
- Cuisine: Fish