Woke Saturday morning to this beautiful sky, as viewed from the front door. 7:10 a.m. CST
Cheddar's bourbon-glazed salmon was a topic of conversation at last week's retreat. Someone said she had found individually-frozen glazed salmon at Sam's (or maybe it was Costco). Another gal said she had bought some glaze at the Tennessee Whiskey store. Someone else said they had been using a sauce from Publix.
Well, my normal salmon preparation is a couple pats of butter and a dash of dill on top, but I was anxious to try the bourbon glaze. I was able to find this 15-minute marinade at Food City.
I put about 1/4 cup in a zip bag along with two salmon pieces (about 2" wide) and flipped the bag back and forth a few times to get the fish covered in sauce. After 15 minutes I popped it into a 400-degree oven for 20 minutes. Oh, my! Delicious! Sorry I didn't think to take a picture of the finished product. We had roasted butternut squash along with and I think that would be interesting brushed with the marinade, as well.
And this is what we saw as we cleared the dinner table.
your salmon sounds good I will need to try it, I usual do a marinade using Kraft sun dried tomato salad dressing coating each side or the butter and dill - beautiful sunsetReplyDelete
Oh that salmon glaze sounds amazing...I will have to look for some at grocery tomorrow..(if my eyes stay opened that early in the day !!ReplyDelete
I love salmon and am always looking for new ways to prepare it. I’ll have to try this.ReplyDelete
Looks like a beautiful day (with the makings of a tasty dinner!)ReplyDelete
Sounds delicious! I love salmon but I can't get DH to eat it. Bummer. Maybe I'll make some for me and pork for him so I can try the bourbon sauce.ReplyDelete
Beautiful sunrise and sunset, Libby! The salmon sounds yummy and easy - I'm all about easy meals!ReplyDelete
That bourbon marinade sounds divine! I'll bet it would be good on all kinds of things...ReplyDelete
What a spot you have there Libby! Just beautiful. Meanwhile, I usually just put lemon and lemon pepper on salmon in the oven. But this marinade sounds so good. And I think you're right, it could be used for other things for sure.ReplyDelete
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