Quick and Easy Honey and Soy Glazed Salmon, Pan Seared

A quick and easy pan seared honey and soy glazed salmon is a perfect dish to complete your night. With just a salmon and a few other ingredients, your dinner will surely be a blast. This recipe takes about 20-25 minutes.


• 2 salmon fish (thick pieces)
• 2 spring onions (chopped, separate whites and greens)
• 1 tbsp vegetable oil
• 3 tbsp light soy sauce
• 3 tbsp honey
• 1 fresh lime (juiced)
• 1/2 cup dry white wine
• 2 tbsp butter
• Salt to taste


Remove the skin of the salmon and pin bone.
Season with salt.

Set a non-stick frying pan over medium to high heat.
Put 1 tbsp vegetable oil and let it heat.
Add salmon.
Sear each side of the salmon until it turns to brown.
Deglaze by pouring 1/2 cup of dry white wine.
At the space on the side of the salmon, add the chopped white part of spring onions, light soy sauce, and honey, then mix.
Reduce to low heat.
Squeeze lime juice.
Continue to sear salmon for about 10 minutes or according to your liking, because salmon can be served medium-rare.
Remove the salmon from the pan and transfer to a plate.
Add butter to the remaining sauce in the pan.
Let it melt, then add green slices of spring onions.
Mix well.
Drizzle on top of the salmon.
Serve with rice.

Quick and Easy Honey and Soy Glazed Salmon, Pan Seared
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