Disclosure: I was compensated by Omaha Steaks for this post but all opinions expressed here are my own.
Delectable Blood Orange Glazed Salmon filled with beautiful citrus flavors, sweet essence and insane deliciousness. Make this dinner whenever you want to impress someone special.
I am super excited to share with you this Blood Orange Glazed Salmon post today which is my very first recipe for Omaha Steaks!!!! I am now creating a recipe each month using their incredible quality products. I have been a fan of Omaha Steaks for quite some time so this is a true honor.
The first product I got the opportunity to work with is the fantastic Wild Salmon Fillets. Gosh these are spectacular everyone! I decided to create a recipe that is perfect for Valentine’s Day dinner spent at home: Blood Orange Glazed Salmon. I used blood oranges to create a gorgeous ruby tinted glaze. The citrusy taste is paired with sweetness from brown sugar and honey and spicy flavor is from various seasonings and spices. The results are sooo good. I will be baking this dish time and time again, regardless of the occasion.
This is a great recipe for a weekday when you want to get dinner on the table fast or for a seafood loving dinner party and of course for this year’s Valentine’s Day. Some of us are over reservations, overcrowded restaurants or going out in the rush all together. Why not create a comfortable and romantic night at home with your loved one. If you make this dish, you won’t regret it.
To get my Blood Orange Glazed Salmon recipe, check it out on Omaha Steaks’ blog Steakbyes HERE.
- ⅓ cup packed brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1 ½ teaspoon worcestershire sauce
- ⅓ cup fresh blood orange juice
- 2 6 ounce Omaha Steaks Wild Salmon Fillets
- Salt and pepper to taste
- ½ tsp garlic powder
- ½ tsp onion powder
- ¼ tsp paprika
- ¼ tsp creole seasoning
- ⅛ tsp cayenne pepper optional if you love more heat
- Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
- To begin the glaze, add brown sugar, honey, Worcestershire sauce, and blood orange juice to a saucepan over medium-high heat until the mixture begins to boil then bring heat down to medium-low and continue simmering.
- Simmer for about 7-13 minutes until the glaze has thickened and reduced to ½ the original amount. Set aside.
- Pat each side of the salmon fillets with a paper towel to remove extra moisture then season both sides with salt and pepper to taste.
- Place fillets on a non-stick foil lined baking sheet. Next evenly sprinkle the top sides with garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, creole seasoning (and cayenne pepper if desired) then brush half of the glaze on each salmon fillet.
- Bake fillets for 10 minutes then brush the remaining glaze on each fillet and turn the oven to broil. Cook until glaze sticks to fillets and fillets are flaky, about 2-3 minutes more making sure not to burn the glaze or overbake the fillets. Watch carefully.
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