Pan Seared Salmon with Maple Seasoning

Featured Ingredients

"Gateway to the North" Maple-Garlic Seasoning is sweet, savory, and one of our most unique blends. This staff favorite is delicious on... Size Options
$6.99 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 3.5 oz)

Pan Seared Salmon with Maple Seasoning Recipe

Preparation Instructions

Dissolve the Gateway seasoning in the soy sauce. Smear the mustard on the flesh side of the filets. Heat the oil in a saute pan until almost smoking. Place the filets mustard side down, and sear until golden brown. Flip the salmon, reduce heat and cover. Let cook about 3-4 minutes. Remove the lid, increase the heat and pour in the soy mixture. As the salmon finishes, the soy and maple will cook down to leave a nice glaze.

Helpful Hints

If you prefer a more rare piece of salmon, don't cover the pan while cooking, just let it saute evenly on both sides.


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Kate E

Tender, flaky with a nice crust on the outer edges. The glaze was not too sweet and really complemented the salmon. I would try it on tuna too.

Rebecca T

Simple, quick, and delicious. The only thing that would improve the recipe would be more specific instructions for those of us who don't cook fish so often.

Cher A

This works beautifully as a marinade as well. I prepared the mixture as directed, placed a 3 lb slab of salmon from Costco in a large baking dish and thoroughly coated the fish with the mixture. I marinated it for about an hour, turning it over once, and letting it come to room temp before grilling. My husband threw it on a grill pan on our gas grill and everyone thought it was the juiciest, most delicious grilled salmon we'd ever had. There was more than enough marinade for a large piece of fish.