An easy glazed salmon recipe perfect for fall.
You may need to adjust the cooking time based on the size of your salmon fillets and your preferred level of doneness. Use your best judgment!
The bourbon glaze is a lot of fun, but if you’re in a hurry, you can skip the glaze and bake the salmon with just a drizzle of olive oil and maple syrup and a pinch of salt and pepper. It will still taste great with the slaw!
This glaze is very sweet, which complements the tartness and brightness of the slaw. If are NOT serving the slaw and the glazed salmon together (or if you just don’t like sweet flavors), you may want to adjust the recipe or try something like this mustard roasted salmon instead.
Not a fennel person? Use shredded green cabbage instead.
Serve this salmon and slaw with rice pilaf, mashed potatoes, or on top of a crisp salad.
This slaw would also be delicious with my maple dijon chicken!