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Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Recipe: Charbroiled Salmon

This seafood treat is best prepared over a charcoal fire, but in bad weather the oven broiler will do. The secret is in the marinade.

Charbroiled Salmon Ingredients

  • 1 cup soy sauce

  • 2 tablespoons red wine

  • teaspoon ground ginger

  • teaspoon ground black pepper

  • 2 pounds salmon steaks

  • 4 sprigs fresh parsley, for garnish

  • 4 slices lemon, for garnish

How to Make Charbroiled Salmon

  1. Combine soy sauce, red wine, ginger, and black pepper in a large, resealable plastic bag. Seal, and shake vigorously to mix ingredients. Add salmon steaks, squeeze out excess air, and seal. Refrigerate, turning frequently to keep all sides in contact with the liquid, for no less than 2 hours.

  2. Preheat an outdoor grill for medium high heat.

  3. Cook on a hot grill for about 5 minutes per side, basting freely with extra marinade. Serve with parsley garnish and lemon slices.

Charbroiled Salmon Nutritions

  • Calories: 469.8 calories

  • Carbohydrate: 8.6 g

  • Cholesterol: 133.9 mg

  • Fat: 24.9 g

  • Fiber: 2.2 g

  • Protein: 50.2 g

  • SaturatedFat: 5 g

  • ServingSize:

  • Sodium: 3758.2 mg

  • Sugar: 1.4 g

  • TransFat:

  • UnsaturatedFat:

Charbroiled Salmon Reviews

  • What a simple and tasty way to make salmon I used 1/2 cup soy sauce, 1 tbs brown sugar, and 1 clove chopped garlic, as suggested by others, and used white wine since I had no red wine on hand, and cooked the salmon on the George Foreman grill in 10 minutes. This was so easy and tasty that I made it again the next day, and since I was coming home from work and the gym, I needed a quick and healthy dinner, so I seasoned the salmon in a bowl, using pre-minced garlic out of a jar, and didnt bother marinating the salmon for hours, but just put the salmon in aluminum foil and spooned some of the marinade on top, closed the foil and put it in the oven 20 min at 350 degrees. Made instant brown rice which I cooked with frozen veggies for a side dish...very little mess to clean up...same great taste. This is a keeper. THANKS

  • This was pretty good. I cooked it for my fiance and we both loved it. We are salmon lovers, but are very particular about it. And we enjoyed this meal very much. As per previous reviews, these are the changes I made. I decreased the soy sauce and increased the red wine both to 1/2 cup. I also added 2 tablespoons of brown sugar.I did not have an outdoor grill, so I used my oven broiler. Turned out perfect.

  • I followed the previous advice and cut the soy sauce to 1/2 cup which was perfect.

  • Best grilled salmon I ever had. Also used it on swordfish and it was great. Ill try it on other fish as well. Used 1/2 soy and 1/2 cup white wine along with a bit of minced garlic and 2 T. brown sugar.

  • I wanted a quick recipe for a dinner party and this sounded simple enough. I used wine vinegar instead of the wine. It was a smash hit - complimented by everyone, even my son who isnt too fond of fish.

  • I took the advice of other reviewers and reduced the soy sauce to 1/2 cup (and that was plenty) leaving the other listed ingredient amounts as indicated. I also added 1 tbsp of brown sugar and a clove of garlic, as suggested by others. This was a fast and tasty way to prepare salmon.

  • EXCELLENT I took the advice from some of the other reviews and cut the soy sauce back to 1/2 C and added 2 Tbsp brown sugar -my husband cant quit raving about the salmon tonight. 5 stars

  • This was delicious I marinated it for about 5 hours. Added a little lemon juice and right before grilling it added a little garlic. We loved the crispy outside. It had so much flavor We had broccoli and cajun seasoned potato wedges on the side. Yum

  • I think this recipe could be really great, the marinade was just a little too salty for me and I only marinated it for an hour and a half, not the recomended two plus hours. It might be because I didnt charbroil the salmon, I used packaged salmon from Trader Joes that comes in a re-sealable plastic bag that you use to marinade and cook the fish in. It was super easy to make this way but next time I will try grilling it and adding more wine and less soy sauce to the marinade.

  • Great recipe, however I too made some modifications. I cut the soy sauce in half and used low sodium. I also added a tsp. of wasabi for a little extra bite.

  • Im no chef and no fish fan either, but I made this as the main course for a special dinner and it was fantastic. I used the .5c soy, .5c white wine, and 1 tbsp brown sugar. Should taste good on pork too.

  • When I made this recipe, my husband and I loved it We are seafood fanatics, but didnt have a good recipe. The marinade was wonderful. I took everyones advice and reduce the soy sauce amount while adding brown sugar. I broiled the salmon. It turned out great It was very quick on the broiler as well.

  • I also used less soy sauce, more wine, added garlic. This was a terrific marinade Very tasty salmon

  • Se Magnifique This is very tasty, and easy to make. Ive already made it several times, and its always a crowd pleaser

  • This is a delicious recipe that can served for a special dinner.

  • Per reviews, I used 1/2 c soy sauce, 1/2 cup white wine, added 2 T dark brown sugar and 1 minced garlic clove. This was awesome Ill definitely make this again.

  • Excellent RecipeThis is my favorite way to make Salmon. Its easy and delicious, and everyone loves it.The leftovers are also delicious cold

  • This was great and easy. Took peoples advice and used 1/2 c. red wine, 1/2 c. reduced sodium soy sauce. added some minced garlic, ginger and dijion mustard. let sit for a few hours, turning twice. baked at 350 for 20 mins. perfect. served with brown rice mixed with veggies.

  • This was the best salmon Ive ever made. I used 1/2 cup soy, upped the wine and added a little garlic. The flavor was wonderful.

  • Absolutely the best marinated salmon recipe on this website However, I too added brown sugar and garlic to the mixture. Instead of red wine, we brought back Shiraz sauce from our honeymoon in Australia, so I used that instead of red wine. Baked at 400 degrees for 17 minutes. My mouth is still watering

  • This was a great recipe. I used 1/2 a cup a soy sauce as well and it turned out perfect. Worked great on the george forman grill. My husband said it tasted better than a resturant. I WILL make this again Thanks for the great recipe

  • This was very good My family loved it and we will absolutely make it again. Followed recipe exactly and when served I enjoyed a small amount of honey drizzled on top.

  • I thought this recipe was great My husband usually doesnt eat salmon but he thought this was great. I changed some things like the others using only a 1/2 c soy sauce and 1/2c of red wine vinegar along with 2T of brown sugar. I think next time i will top the salmon with some pineapple rings.

  • Great I left out the wine and it was still amzing

  • Love this marinade have used it a few times and turns out great, with the same adjustments suggested by other reviewers (equal parts wine and reduced sodium soy sauce, and with sugar). i dont have a grill so put it under the ovens broiler for the same time (5 mins each side) and it turns out GREAT. so easy. delish with saffron rice or couscous.

  • Yumm A little salty but excellent

  • We really liked it but then I looked at the sodium content. Guess next time I will cut down on the soy sauce, but it was good.

  • Salmon is my mother favorite ( I dont care that much for it)but it was her birthday so I made it. It was wonderful I ate more than anyone else. I took other advice and add the sugar and garlic and changed the amount of winesoy sauce to 12 c each . Also I brioled it.

  • I did as everyone suggested and it was good. I wouldnt say great but still good.

  • I made this for my husband who rarely ate fish before meeting me. We both gobbled it up. I used salmon filets instead of steaks, but no changes to the recipe... it was delicious

  • I did as others suggested and used 1/2 cp soy sauce and 1/2 cup red wine. I also added about 1 TB of chopped garlic. I used it on a salmon filet and covered the grill with aluminum foil. It was wonderful. So flavorful, I was snacking on the cold salmon leftovers.

  • I love this recipe.I have given it to all my friends.Thay all love it to.I just made two salmon with this marinad they were both all gone.I cant say enough about how good this is.I could go on and on all day about how good it rilly is try it.You have to try it once I garentee you will keep it for life.

  • Very tasty will make it lots

  • YUM. The BEST way to make Salmon Totally delicious. We will use this recipe over and over

  • Very good, I too cut the soy to 1/2 cup as suggested by other reviews. Nice with rice pilaf and a cold cucumber salad.

  • Very salty but tasty

  • My husband and I love salmon and I have as many recipes for it as I do chicken. I am always looking for new ones that are different and good. The red wine is this marinade gave it a wonderful and different flavor from the white wine I normally would use. I will make this one often. An excellent recipe.

  • This was good. I would have given it 5 stars but I think you really need to like seafood. We are not big seafood people. I took advice from others and you really do need to cut the soy sauce and wine in half and add the brown sugar. I would recommend this to someone who loves seafood.

  • Excellent I followed the advice of the other reviewers and cut the amount of soy sauce in half, increased the red wine, and added brown sugar. It was delicious

  • Very tasty Trouble free. Just before pulling off the grill, I threw on some lemmon juice, worked very well.

  • BRAVO This was a wonderful marinade for salmon steaks I took the advice of many reviewers and used 1/2 cup of wine, 1/2 cup of reduced sodium soy, a little brown sugar and 1tbs. minced garlic...left it in the fridge for 8 hrs. and grilled on the bbq....PERFECT We had this dish twice already.

  • Very good....I also cut the soy sauce in half, added a half a cup of red wine and two tablespoons of brown sugar along with the other ingredients. The result was very very good. Will definetely make again very soon. It went very well with the grilled asparagus from this site.Thanks

  • This is a recipe for Teriyaki salmon, nothing more . . . nothing less . . . Soy sauce, no matter how small the quantity tends to overpower . . .

  • I usually marinate salmon for over night. I wanted to broil this salmon as soon as I came back from work, so I fixed the salmon in the morning and it was marinated for about 8 hours. It became too salty and basting made it worse. If I try this again, Ill use less soy sauce or low sodium soy sauce like other reviewers said and marinate it less.

  • I too cut down on the soy sauce, and added brown sugar-it was quite flavorful

  • My husband loves this recipe and I never eat Salmon but I will eat this every week. Thanks so much for this recipe Alan. Love it very much.

  • I am going to try this again with 1/4 cup soy, brandy instead of wine, add garlic and brown sugar; we thought it was just OK.

  • I listened to the other reviews and did equal parts red wine and low sodium soy sauce. It was good, but still a tad too salty for us.

  • This salmon was superb and my family loved it. Not one morsel of salmon was left on the plate.

  • Very good, did not change anything and the whole family loved it.

  • I have made this several times...Super yummie.

  • Wonder recipe My husband and I both love it. It is nice and easy to make and quick. Thanks

  • Very easy to make, but little bit too salty. Next time I will reduce soysource to 1/2 cup.

  • This recipe was easy and tasted better than a restaurant dish I had weeks ago. I also cut the soy to 1/2 cut and added about 1/4 cup of red wine. I broiled it instead of grilling but it was absolutely wonderful

  • Simple recipe, but I felt the marinade overwhelmed the salmon. Lots of leftovers (very unusual for this salmon loving family) which well try in a salad.

  • To much soya sauce. I would put less next time, but it was good.KC

  • My boyfriend really enjoyed this dish. He is a picky eater too.

  • Omg was so yummy i cut back on the soya, used fresh ginger and added a couple garlic cloves over a charcoal bbq had them with portobello mushrooms im so full..

  • This recipe works really well on the George Forman Grill.

  • Wonderful, lite delite my two year old couldntget enough, neither could my husband and ithanks

  • This is a simple, no fuss recipe that really is delicious.

  • The marinade for the fish was great although i did use less soy sauce 1/4 cup and added 1 clove of garlic and it had such great flavor. Even the kids liked it and they hate eating fish thanks for the great recipe

  • Way too salty guess i should have read the reviews first.

  • Yummy -- nice outer crust, tender middle.

  • I only used half the soy sauce and still found it too overpowering. I maaytry it agin using a little brown sugar and low sodium soy sauce.

  • A different flavor for salmon that we enjoyed - but check out that sodium content I broil it and it turns out so flavorful and tender on the inside.

  • Pretty good.

  • This is wonderful I added a bit of brown sugar and used lite soy -- we truly enjoyed this recipe. Thanks

  • I loved this recipe, but I added one thing. 1 teaspoon Garlic Power. And It tastes GREAT

  • Solid dinner It turned out better than I anticipated, it came out to fantastic, the fish flaked nicely. I dont have a grill, but I used the broiler setting and it didnt really matter much.

  • The taste of the salmon was smothered.

  • Made it on our grill with salmon fillets. It was delicious The charbroiled skin peeled off easily and the flavor was great. Its a keeper.

  • Like some of the other reviewers, I used 1/2 cup soya sauce and added about 2tbsp brown sugar and this turned out very nice.

  • Great, low fat salmon recipe marinade- also added about 1 tsp of minced garlic, upped the wine- about 1/2 c- otherwise- the soy sauce overpowers it.

  • Simple to make and very tasty. I followed the advice of others and reduced the soy sauce to 1/2 cup and used 1/2 cup of wine, plus 2 Table spoons of brown sugar. It was excellent. Wife loved it too.

  • Its absolutely correct when author says the secrets in the sauce. Incredible flavor. I will definitely use it in the future.

  • The result is way too salty. None of the other flavors are even detectable.

  • Great dish, easy to prepare. I did use 1/2 cup of the soy sauce with the brown sugar, and this turned out fantastic. I dont usually eat salmon and this "first try" for this amateur chef was a huge hit. Didnt garnish with lemon, but wish I did. I reheated leftovers and used some spicy dijon mustard as a dip, and this tasted fantastic.

  • I thought it was way to salty. next time i will only use half a cup of soy sause and increase the red wine to a half cup. Otherwise it was quick and easy.

  • If you are a salmon lover then you will probably like this recipe. I guess my family and I are not big salmon fans.

  • A little salty, but the guests loved it

  • I dont like seafood but I made this for my husband following previous suggestions using less soy sauce, more wine and adding brown sugar and garlic. He loved it

  • This is delicious My boyfriend absolutely loves it.

  • Very tasty way to make salmon- I used filets instead of steaks, still came out tasty.

  • Easy and delicious

  • This was better than a restaurant The only change I made was to use fresh ginger which I grated. I used more than 1 teaspoon. I prepared it using the broiler because of bad weather and I cant imagine it could be any better charbroiled.

  • Delicious I followed another recipe modification for baking: 1/2 c soy sauce (I used braggs), 1/2 c red wine, 1 clove garlic, 1 tbsp deli mustard, 1 tbsp brown sugar, I substituted 1/2 tsp nutmeg and 1/2 tsp cinnamon for the ginger, and I added some chopped red onion since I had it ready... Delish It definitely needs more than 20 mins on 350 degrees. I recommend 30 minutes for medium.

  • Charbroiled inside with the Forman grill. removed the skin as it fell off, so not salty at all. Over all very good

  • Simply wonderful

  • My husband kept saying it was the best he had ever had, better than at a restaurantSo easy

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