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HomeOrange and Thyme Glazed Salmon Filets

Orange and Thyme Glazed Salmon Filets

A simple sauce of orange marmalade and horseradish mustard gives these salmon filets a sweet and spicy punch!

Ingredients

8 ounces  salmon filets
2 tablespoons  orange marmalade
1 teaspoon  honey
2 teaspoons  horseradish mustard
1 tablespoon  lemon juice
2 teaspoons  thyme,  minced
1/4 teaspoon  salt
1  pinch  pepper

Preparation

1. Preheat oven  to 350.
2. Combine orange marmalade, horseradish mustard, honey, lemon  juice  and thyme in a small bowl.
3. Spray non-stick  baking  sheet with cooking spray.
4. Place salmon filets on the cooking sheet,  season  with  salt  and pepper, then  top  with marmalade mixture.
5. Bake  15 — 20 minutes until salmon just flakes apart in the thickest part. Do not overcook, or salmon will be  dry.
Credit: Foodista

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