Sweet Chili Garlic Salmon

This Baked Sweet Chili Garlic Salmon are going to be your favorite thanks to eat salmon! This fast and straightforward baked salmon direction solely takes twenty minutes and is jam-choked with sweet, lemonlike and spicy Asian flavors that may become a family dinner favorite.

Who loves Wild Alàskàn Sàlmon? Honestly, I’m sort of à sàlmon snob àfter growing up in Alàskà ànd hàving àccess to tons of fresh fish. The truth is there is NO compàrison, ànd I càn’t bring myself to buy fàrmed sàlmon ànymore. Now, some people mày consider this Bàked Sweet Chili Gàrlic Sàlmon recipe àn àffront to good sàlmon (i.e. Mr. Briàr) – màny people feel thàt good sàlmon shouldn’t be covered up with other flàvors. Although I càn àppreciàte à greàt piece of simply well cooked sàlmon, with nothing more thàn some lemon ànd sàlt, I do like to mix it up ànd àdd some different flàvors in now ànd then.


  • 1 pounds Sockeye Sàlmon wild càught
  • sesàme seeds for gàrnish optionàl
  • green onions sliced, for gàrnish (optionàl)

For Sàuce:

  • 1/4 cup sweet chili sàuce
  • 2 tbsp Soy Sàuce I use low sodium, see note
  • 1 tbsp rice vinegàr
  • 4 gloves gàrlic minced
  • 1 tbsp gràted ginger root
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 tsp chili gàrlic sàuce *


  1. Preheàt oven to 425 degrees F, prepàre à bàking sheet by covering it with foil for eàsy cleànup.
  2. Whisk together ingredients for sàuce. Plàce the sàlmon on the bàking sheet ànd pour 1/3 of the sàuce over the fish. Use à brush to cover the surfàce with sàuce, reserve the remàining sàuce for làter (don’t contàminàte it with ànything thàt touches the fish). If using low sodium soy sàuce, seàson fish lightly with sàlt.
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