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Blood Orange Miso Glazed Salmon from foodiewithfamily.com

Blood Orange Miso Glazed Broiled Salmon

Rebecca Lindamood


For the Blood Orange Miso Glaze:

  • The juice of two blood oranges strained
  • 2 tablespoons mild honey
  • 1- inch piece of fresh ginger root grated
  • 1 clove of garlic grated or pressed through a garlic press
  • 1 tablespoon sake
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons red miso

Also needed for the Salmon:

  • 1 to 2 pounds boneless skinless salmon filets
  • non-stick cooking spray or neutral oil and a basting brush
  • sliced green onions
  • black and white sesame seeds

Optional but tasty:

  • Shichimi Togarashi


To Make the Glaze:

  • Whisk the blood orange juice, honey, ginger, garlic, sake, and soy sauce together until smooth in a small, heavy bottomed saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium high heat and boil until reduced by half. It should be thickened and somewhat syrupy. Remove from the heat and whisk in the red miso until smooth.

To Make the Blood Orange Miso Glazed Broiled Salmon:

  • Heat the broiler in the oven with a rack set about 6-inches from the broiler heat source. Line a rimmed sheet pan with heavy-duty aluminum foil and spray with non-stick cooking spray or brush lightly with neutral oil. Lay the salmon filets on the prepared pan and spoon about a teaspoon of the glaze over each filet, spreading it around evenly. Broil for about 3 minutes. Carefully turn the fish over and spoon more glaze over the tops of the filets. Return to the oven and broil another 3 minutes. Spoon the remaining glaze over the salmon and return to the oven for 2 to 3 more minutes, or until the fish measures about 130°F or flakes easily with a fork .
  • Note: The glaze should be bubbly and sticky when the salmon hits the right temperature, but if you'd like for it to be a little more charred in areas, you can quickly pass a torch over the top to really caramelize the glaze.
  • Serve hot, sprinkled with sliced green onions, black and white sesame seeds, and togarashi if desired.

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