These Asian salmon recipes are guaranteed to add delicious flavor to your dinner table tonight.
Whether you’re a veteran in the kitchen or just getting started, you’ll find something delicious to make with salmon.
From traditional dishes like teriyaki salmon to more inventive recipes like spicy Asian salmon cakes, there are plenty of delicious flavors to explore.
So don’t wait – get out your pan, and let’s get cooking!
Super simple, this soy ginger salmon is bursting with a perfect balance of sweet and savory flavors.
The combination of soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and honey creates a complex and flavorful glaze that adds a wonderful umami flavor to the salmon.
The garlic-chili paste adds just the right amount of spice and the toasted sesame seeds and chopped green onions round out the flavor profile with a bit of crunch.
Pro Tip: To get the most out of this recipe, make sure you allow the salmon to come to room temperature before baking.
This will help ensure that the salmon cooks evenly and stays juicy and tender.
This honey garlic glazed salmon is the perfect balance of sticky, sweet, and savory.
The salmon itself is delicious and flaky with a garlic and honey glaze that coats it perfectly.
The hint of lemon juice and the soy sauce adds a delicious depth of flavor that takes this salmon dish to the next level.
The topping of green onions adds a touch of freshness and a nice crunch.
Pro Tip: When making this recipe, be sure to use freshly squeezed lemon juice for the best flavor.
Also, to make sure the salmon is cooked perfectly, check the internal temperature with a thermometer.
It should reach 145°F.
You’ll never look back after trying this Asian salmon and noodles recipe. The combination of flavors and textures will tantalize your tastebuds.
The honey-soy salmon is broiled to perfection and then tossed with flavorful Asian noodles with mushrooms and snow peas.
The salty, sweet, and spicy Sriracha honey-sesame sauce ties all the flavors together.
Your family will love these teriyaki salmon bowls with ginger sesame greens and coconut rice.
This flavourful dish is packed with delicious and nutritious ingredients and is bound to become a family favorite.
The teriyaki marinade adds a sweet and savory flavor to the salmon, while the sesame ginger greens bring a bright and fragrant note to the dish.
And the coconut rice ties everything together and adds a creamy, nutty dimension.
Pro Tip: For an extra flavor boost, try adding a sprinkle of sesame seeds to the top of the bowls.
This will create a delicious crunch and add a nutty flavor.
When nothing else will do, opt for Salmon Teriyaki Donburifor your next meal.
This easy and delicious dish is ready in no time and can be served as a main dish or as part of a larger spread.
The teriyaki sauce is garlicky and sweet, with a hint of savory, and the salmon is cooked perfectly to perfection.
Serve with a side of steamed vegetables and a bowl of Japanese rice or cooked short-grain brown rice for a complete and satisfying meal.
Pro Tip: For an added kick of spice, add a pinch of ichimi togarashi to the teriyaki sauce.
This Japanese chili powder adds a delicious depth of flavor and mild heat to the dish.
Ah, the irresistible flavors of Asian cuisine!
Experience the ultimate flavor combination with this delicious sheet pan salmon and broccoli recipe.
The chili garlic sauce, honey, soy sauce, and sesame oil create an unbeatable balance of sweet, savory, and spicy.
The salmon and broccoli provide a wonderful contrast in texture, making this dish a fantastic combination of crunchy and tender.
Plus, this easy and foolproof recipe only requires seven ingredients and is ready in 20 minutes.
Pro Tip: To make sure the salmon cooks evenly, be sure to cut your fillet into four equal portions.
This will ensure that each piece is cooked to perfection!
And don’t forget to garnish with a sprinkle of fresh cilantro for a nice herbal touch.
When you combine the delicious flavors of orange and ginger with the hearty and flaky salmon, you get a dish that is truly unforgettable!
This Orange Ginger Salmon and Noodles dish is a perfect weeknight dinner thanks to its quick and easy preparation.
The savory honey, soy sauce, and sesame oil give a light Asian flavor to the noodles and vegetables, while the red pepper flakes and garlic add an extra kick of heat.
With the crunch of carrots and the sweetness of red bell pepper, this dish has all the flavors and textures you could want in an Asian-inspired meal.
Pro Tip: For an extra bit of crunch, top the finished dish with a sprinkle of toasted sesame seeds.
Sweet, spicy, and full of flavor, this Asian-inspired salmon dish is sure to please!
Fillets of salmon are topped with garlic, ginger, soy, and brown sugar glaze, and oven-roasted to perfection.
The garlic and ginger bring a subtle heat, while the soy and brown sugar add a touch of sweetness.
The flavor combination is sure to be a hit with family and friends.
Pro Tip: For an extra burst of flavor, try adding a squeeze of fresh lemon juice to the finished dish.
It will add an extra layer of zest and brightness to the salmon.
If you’ve got some foil and a few pantry staples, you can make this Asian salmon in foil!
The dish is full of flavor from honey, soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and sesame oil.
Brightened up with a splash of rice vinegar and freshly ground black pepper, this Asian-inspired salmon is the perfect dish for a summer dinner.
The salmon gets cooked in its own juices, making it tender and juicy.
The sesame seeds and green onions add a fresh finish.
Pro Tip: Before adding the salmon to the foil, brush it with some sesame oil to give it an extra layer of flavor.
This will also help keep the salmon moist while it’s baking.
This Ginger Garlic Baked Salmon recipe is a quick and delicious way to prepare salmon.
The combination of ginger and garlic creates a flavorful and fragrant marinade that will tantalize your taste buds.
The salmon is cooked until it flakes apart, creating juicy and succulent pieces.
The honey and soy sauce add a sweet and salty flavor, while the sesame oil and white pepper provide a subtle spicy kick.
Pro Tip: Marinate the salmon for at least one hour for the best taste.
The longer you marinate, the more flavorful it will be.
This recipe can also be cooked on the stovetop or in an air fryer!
This recipe requires a bit more work than a typical salmon dish, but the end result is well worth it!
The soy sauce, lemongrass, ginger, garlic, and lime provide a wonderfully aromatic marinade for the salmon, while the chili adds a hint of heat.
The slaw is a combination of crunchy vegetables and fresh herbs that offer a perfect balance of flavors and textures.
Serve with a salad or side of your choice and enjoy!
Pro Tip: For a richer flavor, you can soak the salmon in the marinade for up to an hour before baking.
This will allow the flavors to penetrate deeper into the salmon and make it even tastier!
12. Salmon Teriyaki
Simple and delicious, this salmon teriyaki is a great way to make an easy and healthy meal.
The seared salmon fillets are enveloped in a homemade teriyaki sauce and finished off with a sprinkle of sesame seeds.
The combination of sweet and savory flavors from the teriyaki sauce, combined with the slightly smoky flavor of the seared salmon, results in a delicious and satisfying meal.
Pro Tip: For an extra boost of flavor, you can add some freshly squeezed lemon juice to the teriyaki sauce before pouring it over the salmon.
This will add a bright, citrusy note to the dish that pairs nicely with the other flavors.
Why not bring the flavors of Vietnam to your kitchen?
This delicious Vietnamese caramelized salmon (Ca Hoi Kho) is bursting with flavor.
The sweet and salty combination of fish sauce and brown sugar creates a perfect balance of umami flavors.
The salmon is perfectly cooked, with a crispy and caramelized exterior and a juicy and tender interior.
The ginger, shallots, and garlic add a flavorful kick to the dish, while the green onions provide a bit of freshness.
Pro Tip: For extra flavor, try marinating the salmon in the fish sauce and brown sugar mixture for at least an hour before cooking.
This will ensure that the salmon is extra flavorful and juicy.
When I say easy, I mean it!
This ginger sesame salmon dish is packed with amazing flavors and textures.
The glaze is the star with sweet, salty, and umami flavors.
The salmon is perfectly cooked with crispy skin and a succulent interior.
This easy and delicious dish is sure to be a family favorite.
Pro Tip: For an added layer of flavor, I like to add a sprinkle of sesame seeds after baking.
It adds a nice crunch and nutty flavor.
Serve your salmon with steamed veggies and white rice for a complete meal.
You won’t ever regret trying out this delicious Asian barbecue salmon recipe!
It has a tasty combination of flavors from barbecue sauce, chili garlic sauce, soy sauce, and sesame oil.
The juicy salmon fillets and fresh vegetables are complemented by the toothsome sesame noodles for a hearty meal.
It’s an easy dish to make that doesn’t require much time—just 40 minutes!
Pro Tip: For extra flavor, marinate the salmon fillets in soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and sesame oil before you get started.
This will make the salmon extra flavorful and tender.
Oh my, this Baked Sweet Chili Garlic Salmon is a flavor explosion!
The sweet chili garlic sauce coats the salmon in a perfect balance of sweet, tangy, and spicy flavors.
The garlic, ginger, and green onions provide a flavorful base for the sauce, while the honey and soy sauce adds a hint of umami.
And the sesame seeds add a nice crunchy texture to the dish.
Pro Tip: For an extra kick of flavor, try marinating the salmon in the chili garlic sauce for at least 30 minutes before baking.
This will intensify the flavors and give the salmon an even tastier, more complex flavor.
If health and flavor are what you aim for, this Whole30 Baked Salmon with Gochujang Glaze is a must-try!
The combination of the sweet, salty, and spicy glaze with the tender salmon fillets is sure to tantalize your taste buds.
The shiitake mushrooms, garlic, and ginger add texture and flavor to the dish, while the cauliflower or broccoli fried rice rounds out the meal.
Pro Tip: Make sure to use toasted sesame oil and toasted sesame seeds in this recipe for a more intense flavor.
For a spicy kick, add a bit more gochujang to the glaze.
This Asian Salmon Salad with Ginger Soy Dressing is the perfect blend of sweet, savory, and tangy flavors.
The salmon is cooked to perfect medium doneness and the carrots and mandarin oranges give it a nice crunch.
The ginger soy dressing is the perfect finishing touch to this delicious salad.
Pro Tip: Be sure to use fresh salmon for the best flavor.
Also, if you’re looking to save time, you can use pre-shredded carrots and canned mandarin oranges to speed up the cooking process.
Why not let your taste buds take a journey around Asia with this delicious sheet pan salmon and Brussels sprouts recipe?
It’s a perfect meal for two that’s sure to satisfy.
The sweet and savory BBQ sauce and coconut aminos pair wonderfully with the salmon, while the crisp Brussels sprouts are slightly charred and nutty.
The green onion and sesame seeds provide a hint of freshness and crunch, making it a complete meal.
Pro Tip: For an extra flavorful dish, try marinating the salmon for at least an hour before baking.
This will give the salmon plenty of time to absorb all the delicious marinade flavors.
I can already taste the delicious flavors of this Poached Salmon in Coconut Lime Sauce!
The combination of sweet coconut milk, zesty lime, salty fish sauce, and spicy chili garlic paste creates an amazing combination of flavors and textures.
The salmon is poached to perfection and lightly seared for extra flavor.
Serve with jasmine rice and vermicelli noodles for an easy and delicious meal.
Pro Tip: For an extra kick, add some fresh chili and lemongrass when cooking the sauce. This will take the flavor to a whole new level!
You’re not going to believe how good this Asian Salmon and Noodles dish is!
The combination of flavors and textures is truly unique – the sweet and salty honey-soy sauce pairs perfectly with the tender and juicy salmon, while the mushrooms and snow peas add crunch and flavor.
The Sriracha-flavored, honey-sesame sauce brings a delicious spicy kick to the dish.
This delectable weeknight dinner is sure to become a favorite in your household.
Pro Tip: When preparing the salmon, don’t forget to season it with salt and pepper before adding the honey and soy sauce.
This will ensure that the salmon is as flavorful as possible.
I always love cooking with coconut milk because it adds a sweet, creamy flavor that pairs perfectly with the spicy notes of red curry paste and curry powder.
The addition of onion, garlic, ginger, tomato, and cilantro brings an amazing depth of flavor that will transport your taste buds with every bite.
The baby spinach adds a nice touch of texture and color, while the salmon fillets perfectly soak up all the flavors.
Pro Tip: If you want to add a bit of extra flavor, try adding some lime zest or juice in the last few minutes of cooking.
The citrus will really help to bring out all the delicious flavors of the dish.
Yeoneojang is a delicious dish that is sure to please.
The combination of the salty soy sauce marinade and the buttery texture of the raw salmon creates a unique and flavorful experience.
The onion and chili peppers add a hint of spice that pairs nicely with the zesty lemon.
Pro Tip: To ensure the full flavor of the marinade is absorbed, I recommend marinating the salmon overnight.
This will ensure the salmon is flavorful and tender and have the perfect texture.
Serve with thin slices of onion and lemon, and a side of micro greens or baby sprouts for an extra flavor boost.
To make it extra special, add a dollop of wasabi (Japanese horseradish).
When you mix the flavors of soy sauce, sesame oil, sesame seeds, sugar, and Sambal, it creates an explosion of flavor!
When you add the garlic, cilantro, and green onions, they all bring out the flavor and add a nice, fresh bite to the dish.
The salmon is perfectly seared to a golden brown, with a crispy outside.
The cauliflower rice has a nice crunch that adds a great texture to the dish.
Pro Tip: For the best results, use a high-heat cooking oil like avocado oil to get the salmon perfectly seared.
And don’t forget to season with salt and pepper before cooking!
Just imagine the flavors and textures of this delicious Asian-inspired sheet pan meal!
The salmon is marinated in a chili-infused sauce, with the sweetness of brown sugar and the spiciness of Sriracha.
The broccoli and carrots are roasted to perfection, and the soft rice noodles add a wonderful texture.
Everything comes together in an easy-to-make, 30-minute meal!
Pro Tip: To get the best flavor, marinate the salmon in the sauce for at least 15 minutes before cooking.
This will allow the salmon to soak up all the amazing flavors of the sauce!
If you’re lucky enough to own an air fryer, you’re in for a treat.
This Asian-inspired salmon is the perfect combination of sweet and spicy, with a hint of garlic and a delicious glaze of honey, lime juice, soy sauce, and sriracha.
The salmon cooks to perfection in about 10 minutes, providing a succulent meal for two that is sure to tantalize your taste buds.
Pro Tip: To get the best result, marinate the salmon in the honey, lime juice, soy sauce, and sriracha mixture for at least 30 minutes before cooking.
This will ensure the salmon is packed with flavor and cooked to perfection.
This recipe is a tantalizing mix of flavors and textures.
The salmon is baked to perfection, and the honey sriracha sauce adds a unique sweetness and spice.
The cilantro, garlic, and sesame seeds provide an aromatic and flavorful finish.
Pro Tip: To get the most out of this recipe, marinate the salmon in a mixture of soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil, and vegetable oil for at least 30 minutes before baking.
This will help the salmon absorb the flavor of the sauce and create a delicious and juicy salmon.
Red-cooked Salmon with Asian Greens is a delicious meal that will delight the whole family.
The sweet and savory sauce coats the salmon with a rich flavor, and the combination of ginger, soy sauce, Shaoxing wine, and star anise gives the dish an intense depth of flavor.
The sesame garlic greens add the perfect compliment of freshness and crunch.
Pro Tip: For an added umami flavor, mash some red fermented tofu into the sauce.
This will make the sauce even more delicious and will be sure to have everyone asking for seconds.
I feel like I’m eating a restaurant-quality meal every time I make this dish.
The salmon is deliciously tender and juicy, and the teriyaki sauce gives it a delightful sweet and savory flavor.
Pro Tip: For extra flavor, add a spoonful of honey to the teriyaki sauce.
This will give it a subtle sweetness that really enhances the flavor.
It’s always nice to have a go-to recipe to rely on when you need to whip up something delicious!
This Asian marinade for salmon is a great choice.
The combination of fresh ginger, soy sauce, sesame oil, and honey creates a tantalizing blend of sweet and savory flavors that will deliciously infuse the salmon.
The honey also helps to tenderize the salmon, and the toasted sesame seeds add a delightful crunchy texture.
Pro Tip: For the best flavor, marinate the salmon overnight.
This will give the salmon ample time to soak up all the wonderful flavors of this marinade!
When you’re not sure what to make for dinner, this ginger garlic baked salmon is always a great option.
It’s packed with flavor and is surprisingly easy to make.
The ginger and garlic add a nice kick to the salmon, while the soy sauce, oyster sauce, honey, and sesame oil provide a delicious balance of savory and sweet.
The white pepper and salt add just the right amount of seasoning to enhance the flavor of the salmon.
Pro Tip: Make sure to marinate the salmon for at least 1 hour to really bring out the flavors.
If you have time, it’s best to marinate it overnight for the most flavorful results.
Just look at these golden, crispy bites of salmon!
With a flavor combination of sweet honey, salty soy sauce, and a kick of heat from sriracha or chili garlic sauce, these salmon bites are the perfect balance of sweet and savory.
The toasted sesame oil and sesame seeds give a nutty, earthy flavor and the green onions add some freshness.
The salmon is cooked to perfection in a skillet, giving it a deliciously crispy texture.
Pro Tip: Make sure to marinate the salmon for at least 30 minutes for maximum flavor.
You can also double the marinade for a more intense flavor.
This honey sesame salmon with rice noodles and asparagus dish is an Asian-inspired dinner that is both flavorful and healthy.
The marinade of sesame oil, honey, soy sauce, rice vinegar, garlic, and ginger adds a delicious flavor to the salmon, while the rice noodles and asparagus provide light and crunchy texture.
Pro Tip: To make the marinade for the honey sesame salmon, mix all the ingredients in a bowl and let the salmon marinate for at least 30 minutes before baking.
For the Rice Noodles and Asparagus, season with salt and pepper, and sauté in the olive oil for a few minutes until cooked through.
Different, delicious flavors and textures come together in this Asian-baked salmon with veggie fried rice!
The salmon is cooked to perfection, lightly crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside.
The veggie fried rice is a perfect accompaniment, with a hint of sweetness from the honey, a bit of spice from the ginger, and a strong umami flavor from the soy sauce.
Don’t ever settle for an ordinary seafood dish! Thai coconut salmon curry is a delicious, flavor-packed meal that is sure to please.
This one-pan dish is a great combination of sweet and spicy, with a creamy coconut sauce that is sure to tantalize your taste buds.
The salmon is lightly seared, adding a nice contrast in texture to the tender bell peppers, onions, and bok choy.
The jasmine rice or bread is the perfect accompaniment to soak up the flavors of this delightful dish.
Pro Tip: For an added layer of flavor, add a spoonful of peanut butter to the coconut milk and curry paste.
This will add a subtle nuttiness that will elevate the dish to new heights.
35 Simple Asian Salmon Recipe Collection
- Soy Ginger Salmon
- Honey Garlic Glazed Salmon
- Asian Salmon and Noodles
- Teriyaki Salmon Bowls with Ginger Sesame Greens & Coconut Rice
- Salmon Teriyaki Donburi (丼)
- Sheet Pan Asian Salmon and Broccoli
- Orange Ginger Salmon and Noodles
- Sweet & Spicy Asian Salmon
- ASIAN SALMON IN FOIL
- Ginger Garlic Baked Salmon
- Asian Salmon with Carrot and Cucumber Slaw
- Salmon Teriyaki
- Vietnamese Caramelized Salmon (Ca Hoi Kho)
- Easy Ginger Sesame Salmon (Asian-Inspired)
- Asian Barbecue Salmon Recipe with Sesame Noodles & Vegetables
- BAKED SWEET CHILI GARLIC SALMON
- Whole30 Baked Salmon with Gochujang Glaze (Paleo)
- Asian Salmon Salad with Ginger Soy Dressing
- Asian BBQ Salmon And Brussels Sprouts
- Poached Salmon in Coconut Lime Sauce
- Asian Salmon and Noodles with Mushrooms, Snow Peas in Sriracha flavored, honey-sesame sauce
- Coconut Curry Salmon
- Yeoneojang (Soy Marinated Raw Salmon)
- Firecracker Salmon & Cauliflower Rice
- Sheet Pan Asian Salmon with Broccoli, Carrots, and Rice Noodles
- Asian Air Fryer Salmon
- Baked Salmon with Honey Sriracha Sauce
- Red-cooked Salmon with Asian Greens
- Sheet Pan Teriyaki Salmon with Baby Bok Choy
- Asian Marinade for Salmon
- Ginger Garlic Baked Salmon
- Pan-Seared Salmon Bites in Honey Sesame Soy Sauce
- Honey Sesame Salmon with Rice Noodles and Asparagus
- Asian-Baked Salmon with Veggie Fried Rice
- Thai Coconut Salmon Curry
- Choose your favorite recipe from this collection to serve for dinner tonight.
- Prepare all of the required ingredients.
- Cook your meal in 30 minutes or less!