How To Make Baked Salmon with Maple Glaze

This Baked Salmon with Maple Glaze is one of our favorite salmon recipes. This Baked Salmon with Maple Glaze is easy to make and can be on the table in less than 30 minutes.  While this post is sponsored, all opinions and the recipe are my own.

Baked Salmon with Maple Glaze

How To Make Baked Salmon with Maple Glaze

This Baked Salmon with Maple Glaze has been a favorite recipe of ours for years now.  I cook with salmon about 2 – 3 times a month, and this recipe always makes the rotation.  Salmon is not only great for you, but it’s easy to cook with little effort.  Like with all seafood, make sure you are getting good quality salmon, get it fresh if you can and remember that it should never smell like fish. If you can’t go out and catch it yourself check out Anderson Seafoods. ๐Ÿ˜‰ They carry restaurant quality seafood and it’s delivered directly to your door.

Maple Glazed Salmon

This baked salmon recipe is very simple to make, you only need a few ingredients and you may have them right now!

Maple Glazed Salmon Recipe

You need REAL Maple Syrup, some soy sauce, garlic, and some pepper.  Easy enough, huh? I do indeed recommend using the real maple syrup.

Baked Salmon with Maple Syrup

Once you have the glaze made, it’s as easy as pouring it over your salmon, letting it marinade for about 30 minutes and baking it.  This dish looks fancy, but the prep time is about 5 minutes.

Now, here’s my Baked Salmon with Maple Glaze recipe.  Remember to Print It and Pin It so that you can make it again and again.

Baked Salmon with Maple Glaze
Recipe Type: Dinner
Author: Tracy @
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Serves: 2
This Baked Salmon with Maple Glaze is one of our absolute favorite salmon recipes. You only need a few ingredients and you are on your way to dinner!
  • Salmon – 2 fillets or more depending on how many people you are serving – I used Anderson Seafood Salmon
  • ¼ cup of real Maple Syrup
  • 2 tablespoons of soy sauce – I like the lower sodium option
  • 1 clove of garlic – minced
  • ¼ teaspoon Ground pepper
  1. Mix all ingredients minus the salmon in a small bowl
  2. Place salmon in a baking dish and pour the maple syrup mixture over it
  3. Cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes
  4. Preheat oven to 400 degrees
  5. Bake for 10 minutes covered and an additional 10 minutes uncovered or until cooked throughout
  6. Drizzle the glaze over the salmon before serving
  7. Enjoy!

Easy Baked Salmon with Maple Glaze

I hope your family enjoys this Baked Salmon Recipe with Maple Glaze as much as we do! 

Delicious Maple Glazed Salmon

I recommend serving salmon with fresh veggies or a nice salad. Salmon is a hearty fish, so you don’t need too much to fill your plate.

What is one of your favorite salmon recipes?

Maple Syrup Glazed Salmon

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17 thoughts on “How To Make Baked Salmon with Maple Glaze

  1. This recipe looks amazing, flavorful and easy to prepare. I found that it really does make a difference to use real maple syrup in recipes like this, even if it costs a bit more,

  2. I love Salmon cooked in any manner and this Salmon with Maple Glaze is awesome! I am saving this recipe to make with my family.

  3. Love this recipe. We have salmon often but usually put a little mayo and dill on top before we cook it. The Maple glaze would be different and I’m sure taste delicious. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Will try it next time I serve salmon.

  4. This recipe looks like a keeper! Thanks so much for sharing it on the #HomeMatters Party . It’s often hard to find tasty salmon recipes and I have trouble keeping salmon from drying out in the oven. I think the maple glaze will really help.

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