I am the only one in the family who will eat salmon and I do not like it all that much (it is good but I only eat it occasionally). We just do not eat a lot of seafood. Some of that is because my husband has an allergy to some seafoods. I think I might try this with chicken.
I'm not a huge fan of fish, but I do eat some salmon and tuna every now and then. Now I will do that more often, this recipe is delicious!!!
We tried this last week after running across this blog and seeing the recipe. I have to say it was great. I liked the sweet and spicy mix and it was just the right combination to give the fish a good taste. I usually don't like salmon too much but this tasted so good that I didn't even need to drown it in tarter sauce!! I used the rub on wild Coho salmon fillets I found at Trader Joes. Will definitely use this rub again.
@HP Sorry to hear about the food allergy. There is little one can do except find substitutes. I think this will work with chicken.@Marthe Fish is one of the healthiest proteins out there, I'm glad you liked this and will try to check it out more often going forward.@Lorie Now you made me hungry for my dinner. Thanks for checking out our group and your comment!
We enjoy fish and salmon is one of our favorites. Can't wait to cook this one up!
I made this tonight and everyone loved it. I left the spices off a couple extra pieces because I wasn't sure if it was going to be too spicy for the kids (They devour fish). I thought it was a little too sweet, but I like my fish blackened better than anything. I served it with the lentil dish that it was served over on the food network site. This was a nice dinner.
I'm going to be a day late on this one, was planning on making it tonight but forgot about husband's office party so it's dinner tomorrow! Will post on Friday...it sounds really good so I can't wait to try it!
I am going to try to cook this on Thursday night, so I will be late posting. I normally do not like salmon, but I will give this a try!
The salmon was delish with the rub - I loved eating the carmalized sugar off of my spatula too! We served this with a rice, lentil, and whole wheat pasta dish called kusherie. We loved both meals and that the dish was light enough to still have room for dessert - guilt free!
We had this for dinner tonight, and it was just okay for us. It had good flavor, but it just didn't blow our socks off. I loved that it was super-fast to put together. If I had all the ingredients on hand, I would definitely make this again. I would describe it as a solid dinner choice, but not something I would "crave".
I made this last night with chicken. It was very good. I agree with Jen that I don't think I would crave this but if I was looking for a dinner idea and did not have much on hand this would be a perfect go to dish. I served it with yellow rice and sweet corn.