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Teriyaki Salmon with Sriracha Cream Sauce

An easy salmon dish with homemade teriyaki sauce and a Sriracha cream sauce that will knock your socks off!

Teriyaki Salmon with Sriracha Cream Sauce - An easy dish with homemade teriyaki sauce and a sweet and spicy Sriracha cream sauce!


Ever since I started food blogging 13 months ago, I’ve rarely repeated any recipes. I definitely have some favorites that I’d like to try again here and there but I love trying new things, and I like to use the opportunity to post something new for the blog.

But one of the things that is in constant repeat at our house is pancetta fried rice (recipe to come soon). That and now this dish. This was my second time making this actually – the first time was months ago when I was visiting Jason in San Francisco. We absolutely loved it, and I made sure to recreate it so I can share it with all of you guys.

It’s an amazing dinner dish that comes together so quickly, but it’s still fancy enough to make when you have company over. All that needs to be done is to create the homemade teriyaki marinade, soak the salmon in this marinade for about 30 minutes or so, roast the salmon and then drizzle some of this fantastic Sriracha cream sauce on top. Yes, you heard me, I said Sriracha “cream” sauce. How mouth-wateringly amazing does that sound? The whole ensemble is wonderfully sweet with just enough heat in every bite. Just writing about this is making me crave this, and I just had it on Sunday! I might need to do an emergency grocery run so I can make it again tonight!

So here’s how you make this. Let’s first start with the Sriracha cream sauce by combining some mayo, Sriracha and condensed milk. I added about 3 tablespoons Sriracha since Jason and I like our food super spicy.

Then go ahead and take a swim in this sauce. I won’t judge.

Once you’re done with your Sriracha cream sauce swim, it’s time to make the teriyaki marinade. Combine the soy sauce, brown sugar, ginger, garlic powder, honey and 1 cup water over medium heat until it comes to a simmer.

Combine the cornstarch and 1/4 cup water and add it to this marinade so it gets nice and thick.

You want it thick enough to coat the back of a spoon.

Let the teriyaki marinade cool a bit before you combine it with the salmon.

Place the marinating salmon in the fridge for about 30 minutes to overnight. The longer the better.

Then we’re going to bake it at 400 degrees F for about 20 minutes. Don’t let it overcook!

Once your salmon comes out of the oven, serve it immediately on a bed of white rice with a liberal drizzle of the Sriracha cream sauce. Feel free to garnish it a bit if you’d like. Or you can just dig in and devour this like there’s no tomorrow.

Teriyaki Salmon with Sriracha Cream Sauce

An easy dish with homemade teriyaki sauce and a sweet and spicy Sriracha cream sauce!

45 minutes30 minutes


  • 1 tablespoon cornstarch
  • 1/4 cup reduced sodium soy sauce
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar, packed
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 4 (5-ounce) salmon fillets

For the Sriracha cream sauce

  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
  • 2-3 tablespoons Sriracha*
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons sweetened condensed milk


  1. To make the Sriracha cream sauce, whisk together mayonnaise, 2 tablespoons Sriracha and condensed milk in a small bowl; set aside.
  2. In a small bowl, whisk together cornstarch and 1/4 cup water; set aside.
  3. In a small saucepan over medium heat, add soy sauce, brown sugar, ginger, garlic powder, honey and 1 cup water; bring to a simmer. Stir in cornstarch mixture until thickened enough to coat the back of a spoon, about 2 minutes; let cool to room temperature.
  4. In a gallon size Ziploc bag or large bowl, combine teriyaki marinade and salmon filets; marinate for at least 30 minutes to overnight, turning the bag occasionally.
  5. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Lightly coat an 8×8 baking dish with nonstick spray.
  6. Place salmon filets along with the marinade into the prepared baking dish and bake until the fish flakes easily with a fork, about 20 minutes.
  7. Serve salmon immediately with Sriracha cream sauce.


*Sriracha is an Asian-style hot chili sauce and can be found in the Asian section of your local grocery store.

Adapted from The Boogie Blog.

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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
Servings Per Container 4

Amount Per Serving
Calories 403.2 Calories from Fat 132.3
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 14.7g 23%
Saturated Fat 3.0g 15%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 91.4mg 30%
Sodium 690.0mg 29%
Total Carbohydrate 34.3g 11%
Dietary Fiber 0.1g 0%
Sugars 28.1g
Protein 31.4g 63%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    The marinade is good, but the Sriracha cream sauce is dang delicious. I always make a giant load of it because it’s so good. Had the sauce with breaded chicken yesterday and made this dish tonight. Seriously, the sauce is phenomenal.

  2. Wow this recipe is looking so desirable! I made it for my family tonight, and it became simply as delicious as I remembered. The cream sauce is first rate, I could in all likelihood dip approximately something in it and find it irresistible.
    Thanks for sharing an exquisite dinner!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Wow what a terrific recipe! Perfect mix of sweet and spicy. Added 1/2 tsp onion powder to the marinade. Marinated for 3 hours, left a portion in the saucepan so I would have for basting while baking. Placed on foil on a baking sheet, and used just enough glaze to add to top. Once on the pan, I put salt and pepper on each piece- that way I know each portion is seasoned well.
    Basted once about halfway into baking. Used cream and 1/4 tsp sugar in place of the condensed milk. I put the sriracha cream in a baggie and snipped the corner so I could have a fancy drizzle for the presentation. This is rotation for sure and I have a note would be perfect for guests. Next time, I will put it on broiler for a few minutes at the end so it can crisp up like roasted salmon. Every bite eaten and so enjoyed!!

  4. Rated 4 out of 5

    My marinade is much thicker almost gelatin like and I followed directions to the tee- yours seems more liquidy is that still effective being so thick?

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Been making this recipe consistently for about 5 years now. Can easily say this is my favorite salmon recipe. Most “wows” from anyone I’ve served it to. I love to marinate it overnight and cut back on the mayo and make the sauce a lighter by adding in a little full-fat plain Greek yogurt…. YUM

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rarely write reviews but this was so good I had to! A pretty simple recipe and very easy to impress. Tasted excellent after being marinated for just an hour. The Sriracha Mayo is so tasty and almost gives a sushi feel to this savory dish. So good. Thank you!

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    What a luscious meal!!! I usually poach salmon and serve with a dill aioli but was getting a bit bored and decided to try your recipe. I loved everything about it and I’ve made it a few times now and will continue to make it regularly! Excellent!!!

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    This is the best salmon I have ever tasted!! I do have a question with the nutritional info. The info is for 4 salmons? 

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    This is the best salmon I have ever had. My husband doesn’t even like salmon and he loves this recipe. I find that marinating it 5 hours is perfect. 

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Unbelievable recipe. Made it last year and looked it up again. What an amazing essay delicious dish!!

  11. I bought premade mayo Sriracha sauce, otherwise followed this recipe to a T and IT WAS AMAZING! Thank you!

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    I’ve been making this since I pinned it 2+ years ago.  It’s easily my husbands favorite way to have salmon.  If it helps anyone that doesn’t feel like opening a can of condensed milk for the siracha cream, I usually just sub either cream or milk and a little bit of sugar. Just add milk until it’s the consistency you like, maybe a tsp at a time? Then add a couple pinches of sugar until it tastes good to you.  I find that letting it sit in the fridge while you make the dinner gives it a chance to come together, and to me, it really makes the dish!!

  13. I would love to make this tonight, but I do not have the condensed milk. What would you ou suggest as a substitute for the condensed milk? 
    Thank you  

  14. List of ingredients does not include water. Is it correct that 1 1/4 cups of water is the total amount for the teriyaki sauce? Thank you for such a great site! Your recipes are the best.

  15. Chungah..I rarely leave comments on blog but I HAD to comment on this recipe. I just made this with a little over 2 pounds of Wild Caught Sock Eye Salmon and it literally knocked everyone’s socks off that I served it to. One friend texted me and said “I AM SHOOK. That was so delicious. Seriously, THIS IS MY NEW FAVORITE. I’m going to call it ‘Fancy Nancy Salmon Special.’ I was so flattered and delighted. I personally am not a salmon buff unless it still has the hook in its mouth. It Has to be darn fresh or I don’t bother. THANKYOU for sharing this wonderful recipe. I will be making it again and again. And Hey you’ve made me ‘famous’ with my friends. I am now going to try ALL your salmon recipes. I’ve made a few others and they are ALWAYS good. What an incredible cook you are and your blog is outstanding. Thankyou again. Oh PS I LOVE the spicy Sriracha cream sauce. I could literally drink it. I only used 2 tablespoons of the Sriracha but it was the perfect heat for my family and friends.

  16. This recipe is AMAZING! It has become a weekly meal in our house. It’s perfect for any day of the week, simple, quick, and delicious. The only thing I’ve changed over time is I’ve started adding onion powder to it. 

  17. Love this recipe!! It is so delicious and easy to make gluten-free. Thank you so much for sharing this!!!

  18. Do you think you could substitute cream for the condensed milk in the Sriracha sauce?  I hate to waste a jar of condensed milk for 1 1/2 tablespoons…. althought sauce was very good.  I will not use the remainder of c milk…. just don’t cook with it. Thanks again!

  19. I have really liked all your recipes but I thought the marinade for this salmon was way too sweet.  I would cut the brown sugar by at least half. I doubled everything else after it tasted too sweet because I wanted to try it and I had made the sriracha sauce.  I added some sesame oil to the marinade because I like it and I used fresh ginger and garlic. I liked it a lot after reducing sugar.  Thank you.

  20. Thank you so, so much for this recipe. It has quickly become a staple in our household! Would love more fish recipes for the summer 🙂

  21. Hi Chungah. Your site is the ONLY one I ever leave comments on. This teriyaki salmon was to DIE for!! Made it for company last night and the oohs and aahs were all through dinner! It was truly company worthy. Will repeat for other friends for sure. Love your cookbook by the way. Your recipes are truly DAMN DELICIOUS!!  Thanks and keep them coming…..

  22. Omg! I never leave comments but had to take the time for this one it was so freaking good! I did add fresh avocados which made it even better!! Thank you

  23. I make atleast 3-4 of your recipes each week, and this one has been in our rotation for a couple years now. Not sure why this has never occurred to me, but my husband asked tonight if I can make this sauce and use it in more dishes. Do you have any specific recommendations? Thanks!

  24. I hope you get this in time and can comment …having dinner party Asian theme this weekend  but have COD for 12 thawed…would it work with cod ???

  25. LOVE YOUR BLOG!! This recipe came out fabulous!!! Family loved it. The Shriracha crema — I did not have sweetened condensed milk — so — I added honey and some sour cream instead, plus 1t ginger paste. Husband who loves hot stuff raved about it. I also used bokchoy, carrots, and big chunks of Vadallia onions on the sheet pan with the salmon. WHAT A GREAT RECIPE!!

  26. I stumbled upon this recipe and made it for tonight’s dinner… OMFG it was truly damn delish and so easy! Loved the teriyaki and sriracha cream pairing. You are a genius!

  27. So I made this months ago I just never commented on it. It is now a family favorite that i make every time we have salmon. My husband thinks I’m a cooking genius, thanks for that and thanks for sharing such a great recipe!!

  28. This recipe really did knock my socks off!! So tasty and a great combination of sweet and spicy flavours. Two thumbs up!

  29. If I wanted to make this with one piece of salmon, how would I adjust the teriyaki sauce recipe? Thanks!

  30. Wow! I just made this for dinner…what a FABULOUS dish. I added green, red pepper strips and fresh pineapple chunks. Placed salmon on a bed of jasmine rice. YUM!

  31. I pinned this recipe years ago and I still make it. It is so good! Thank you for sharing!

  32. I just found this recipe! Any suggestions on how to use the left over Sriracha cream sauce? Anything else you have used it with other than this particular dish?

  33. This recipe is beyond delish! I want to put this sauce on everything! I am making a huge batch of this sriracha cream sauce and keeping it on the fridge door!

  34. I made an Arugula salad with EVOO, lemon and parmesan shavings.

  35. Wow! This was so “Damn Delicious”. I wish that I would have made more, just to have leftovers! Definitely my go to salmon recipe.

  36. This is literally the best salmon I’ve ever made. I let the fish marinade overnight in the sauce, and it was perfection. I already loved it without the cream sauce, but when I added it… Shut up. SO GOOD! My husband usually turns his nose up at all things fish but asked for seconds of this!

  37. Hi there, thanks for this recipe, I have a query: you mention under the image to add the cornstarch and 1/4 cup of water, but in the instructions 1 cup water, which one is correct? Also do you use the black mushroom dark soy sauce (usually Japanese) or the superior light soy sauce (Chinese)? Thanks!

    • Flora, the pictures and the directions require the same amount of water (1/4 cup):

      In a small bowl, whisk together cornstarch and 1/4 cup water; set aside.

      It is best to use the traditional soy sauce, not the dark soy sauce variety.

      • Shes right in the video it only shows you using the 1/4 cup of water you never added the 1 cup of water as stated in your directions. I made this last night it was delicious but runny because i followed the Directions

  38. Thank you very much for sharing your recife i make it last nigth is success mine i put 1tbsp mirin it really nice

  39. This was an incredible recipe, and so easy! Thank you!

  40. Awesome awesome awesome recipe! My boyfriend is obsessed with this homemade teriyaki sauce. We’ve used it with a bunch of other dishes as well. The only modification I made to this recipe was searing the salmon in a cast iron skillet. I’m not the biggest fan of salmon cooked in the oven. That’s just personal preference though and not a reflection of something wrong in this recipe. 

  41. Thank you this is so cool

  42. I LOVE this glaze! I don’t do the sriracha cream sauce (just use store bought Yum Yum sauce, cause I’m lazy haha), but this is incredibly delicious. Great work!

  43. I made this and my whole family loved it and said it was the best salmon they ever had, and we eat salmon all the time. Super easy and super delicious!! One of my favorite meals now, I will be making this a lot. I love the teriyaki and Sriracha cream sauce.

  44. Looks amazing!!  This is a definite try in the near future.  Is the Salmon marinated and cooked skin on or off?

  45. I just found this recipe! Any suggestions on how to use the left over Sriracha cream sauce? Anything else you have used it with other than this particular dish?

  46. I found this recipe about a year ago,  made it,  and OMG. It is on the menu in our house on the regular. It is the best salmon recipe out there. and that sauce… best thing ever. we keep it in the fridge and use it with our shrimp, chicken and rice. its out of this world good. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe with us!

  47. I have made this a couple of times. It’s so damn delicious! I want to change it up a bit and use shrimp instead. How would I go about cooking the shrimp in the marinade? Would I use the oven or should I saute the shrimp?

  48. I made this two weeks ago and just loved the flavors. My husband says it was FANTASTIC! I will be making this recipe again and again. Thank you!

  49. I made this and loved it! I put my salmon over quinoa 🙂

    Next time, could I make extra of the teriyaki sauce to use for teriyaki bowls later in the week? How long do you think it would stay good for?

    Thank you!!

    • What a great idea! The teriyaki sauce should keep for a few days, but as always, please use your best judgment regarding food safety.

  50. Got my picky teenage boys to eat this. They don’t eat “fish” unless its fried. Thanks for the great recipe, looking forward to trying another one.

  51. I made this about a week ago for my family and it is now a new favorite salmon dish! We loved the Sriracha cream sauce. I followed the recipe exactly…No changes needed! Thank you!

  52. I made this tonight and it was fantastic! I used sushi rice and once plated I added avocado to it! It’s a keeper!

  53. Absolutely DELICIOUS and it was so simple! My husband said it tasted like an expensive sushi roll! 🙂

  54. I don’t have time to marinade … Any suggestions or should I save it for tomorrow?

  55. Made this again for the umpteenth time; thank you SO much! My husband goes insane for this.

  56. This is a really good teriyaki sauce I used grated fresh ginger and garlic so good! And the siracha sauce is delish! I could eat a piece of wood with that stuff on top.

  57. Hello, Thanks for this delicious recipe. I made the teriyaki sauce and marinated my salmon overnight, cooked it on the grill and it was delicious and not mushy. I also made the Siracha sauce but instead of sweetened condensed milk, which I didn’t have, I used two tablespoons of honey and it was FABULOUS!

  58. I absolutely love this recipe and so does my husband! It’s definitely become a staple in this house. I’ve actually taken to substituting the fish for other meat like chicken or pork and it’s still really good!

  59. I live in Mexico and Do not have access to salmon. Would yellow tail or another firm fish work? I love your blog and have used many, many recipes…..

    Thanks in advance.

  60. Do you know about how many calories are in a serving?

    • Nutritional information is provided only for select and new recipes at this time. However, if it is not available for a specific recipe, I recommend using free online resources at your discretion (you can Google “nutritional calculator”) to obtain such information.

  61. Making this right now, cannot wait to taste it. Thank you for the recipe!

  62. So this looks amazing and I will make it, but I just read one of your other articles where you swear by cooking salmon in foil. Which is better for this recipe, foil or baking dish? Any changes I need to make if making it in foil?


  63. Can I sub the mayo for light miracle whip?

  64. I love the recipe as is, but I am not a huge fan of salmon…. is there a another type of fish that might so well with this recipe?

  65. I cant find the nutritional information… I checked the post a few times, I must be crazy! Can someone tell me where it is?

    • Nutritional information is provided only for select and new recipes at this time. However, if it is not available for a specific recipe, it is best that you use free online resources at your discretion (you can Google “nutritional calculator”) to obtain such information.

      • Aww no! Darn. Is there a section on the site, where it is just recipes that have nutritional info? I dont want to get through reading a recipe to see there isnt any nutritional info. I am new here so I am unsure if that is something you have on here somewhere. Thanks!

        • Kaela, unfortunately, I do not have a section dedicated to recipes with nutritional info. However, all new recipes should display nutritional information.

  66. When I add the cornstarch/water mixture to the teriyaki, do I continue cooking and stirring it over medium heat, or do I remove it from the heat and continue stirring? Love the recipes I’ve tried from your site. Thanks for sharing!

  67. Is 9 hours too long to marinate the salmon? Last time I made it, it was delicious butonly marinaded for about 3 and it was delicious, but scared about it getting mushy with 9 hour marinade


  68. This was a hit at my house! I doubled everything to feed everyone and they scraped their plates clean, will be adding this DISH more the once a month. Thanks for sharing.

  69. Making this tonight with side of miso glazed grilled eggplant YUM! I’m obsessed with crispy skin salmon so I am gonna try my luck with the skillet instead of the baking dish. I’ll wipe the marinade off the skin side just before it goes in the lightly oiled pan so I can get that awesome crunchy skin action going, and then brush the leftover teriyaki marinade on the flesh side as it’s cooking. IS IT DINNER TIME YET???

  70. This looks absolutely amazing. I wanna make it, but I am a bit pressed for time, ingredients, and money. Do you think a store bought teriyaki sauce would work for the marinade?

  71. I have been a working mom for years and I always told my husband as soon as I could be a stay-at-home mom I would actually do lots of cooking and cleaning. Well this last month that actually happened and so I had to stay true to my word. I found this blog on Pinterest and made the salmon. It was absolutely amazing! He said he had no idea I could cook this good! Let’s just keep this our secret:-) Thank you thank you! Womderful recipe!

  72. This was CRAZY delicious. Baked mine for about 30 minutes. Also, in effort to cut calories we just dropped some Sriracha on top and mixed it with the marinade right before eating and it was still simply excellent. Best salmon recipe I have made in a very long time.

  73. Fantastic teriyaki, perfect for Salmon and def will try with chicken soon.
    Funny thing happened when I was cooking the sauce, suddenly felt a buzz by my ear, looked up and had no less than 10 bees flying around my kitchen. I live on the 5th floor and there are no screens (living in Rio right now and screens aren’t common) so I put the sauce in the fridge, shut the kitchen door and came back 30 min later. They didn’t return.
    Thanks for the recipe, though next time I’ll close my windows when making the sauce 🙂

  74. I made this and it was absolutely delicious! It was an instant hit in the family, and I’ll be sure to make this again. Is there any recipe or something that I can use with the leftover sriracha cream sauce? Also, how long does the sauce last? Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!

    • The sauce should keep for a few days in the fridge. As for the leftover sauce – we actually just ended up making this salmon three times in one week to use up the sauce! 🙂

  75. This is an amazing recipe! It’s now our favorite way to eat salmon. The Sriracha sauce is out of this world! Love it! Thank you so much….all of your recipes are delicious.

  76. Thank you so much for this recipie!! I am not the best cook (I’m trying!!) and this was so easy! It impressed my boyfriend so much! Thanks for making me look like a pro 🙂

  77. Hi! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe!!! We have it all the time! So much, Im considering making batches of the teriyaki sauce….how long do you think it’d be good for if I refrigerate in mason jars?

    • I’m so glad you like this recipe! It’s a favorite of ours. As for the sauce, it should keep for a few days – maybe longer – but I cannot really say for sure as I am not an expert on food safety. Please use your best judgment.

  78. PS) You were so right. I could drink this sriracha cream sauce with a straw!

  79. Made this for the first time tonight. And my husband I just kept saying “OMG, this is SO good!” throughout the whole meal. Such a keeper of a recipe! Straight into my “company” recipe pile.

    Thanks for making, then sharing.

  80. Thank you for sharing!!

    We marinated our sockeye salmon for 1.5 days
    This was restaurant quality flavor and the best tasting marinated salmon I have ever had!

    We did not care for the flavor of the Sriracha~mayo drizzle, however….so we just left that off.

  81. Hi Chung-Ah 🙂

    This certainly IS the king of all salmon recipes.Sweet, but not too sweet, load of flavor…so much better than store bought teriyaki. I have made it twice recently and my boyfriend and I both love it! He is not big on spicy food, but personally, I love the added spice of the creamy Sriracha sauce. Absolutely brilliant! Thanks so much for posting. I look forward to trying many more of your recipes soon.

  82. This looks great thanks you for sharing it with us. I cant wait to make it. I Just found your website and I love it thanks.

  83. omg, made this tonight for dinner and it was AMAZING! I made a side of soy-garlicky green beans, which were delicious, but I barely touched cause I just couldn’t get enough of the salmon and rice! Thank you so much for sharing!

  84. I made this tonight best teriyaki Sauce only thing is i used steak I marinated it for over 4 hours. It was so good. I had extra teriyaki sauce and I used it when I sautéed mushrooms and onions. I’m so glad I found this. Oh and I also maid the Sriracha cream sauce oh thank god I did I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT.

  85. My boyfriend and I are making this tonight to top riced cauliflower. I cannot wait! We added a splash of sweet chili sauce to the marinade to kick up the spice even further. It is in the fridge marinating as I type!

  86. I made this yesterday, but used chicken instead of salmon. Oh my gosh, what a fantastic recipe this is! I marinated the chicken for 6 hours and the flavor was amazing. And that creamy Sriracha sauce…wow! Thanks so much for this recipe!

  87. Hi! I’m looking forward to making this. How big were each of your salmon filets? 20 minutes seems like a long time, and I don’t want to overcook the fish!

    • Lauren, unfortunately, I cannot remember the exact weight of each of the salmon filets as this was made several years ago. However, I do remember specifically purchasing the already-cut filets at the butcher. But please feel free to adjust the cooking time as needed to suit your preferences.

  88. i just licked my bowl clean it was that good. I didn’t have any sweetened condensed milk so I boiled some milk with some sugar and it was so good. Definitely want to try the correct ingredients next time. This will be in a regular rotation. So Good!

  89. I’ve been wanting to try this for awhile and we finally made it tonight. WOW. Soooo good. I left out the ginger in the marinade because my family isn’t a fan, but it was still super delish. We served it with jasmine rice and stir fry veggies. Mmm mmmm!! Loved the cream sauce on everything. Reminded me of Japanese hibachi. Will definitely make again and again. Thank you!!

  90. I am curious… I love Salmon but do not like cooking it with the skin attached. Does this recipe require it to be cooked skin on?

  91. wow. this is amazing. i got caught eating the sauce with a spoon…. made a huge batch and have been eating it with everything…. SO good!!!! thank you!!!

  92. Hi, I was going to make this tonight, but do not have sweetened condensed milk. Do you think I could get away with using a little milk with a sprinkle of sugar? Thanks!

    • You can certainly try substituting milk with sugar but without further recipe testing, I cannot speak for how much this will change the overall taste/texture of the dish. Using a substitution may also result in a mediocre outcome.

  93. By far the best salmon preparation I have ever had. And I eat A LOT of salmon! This one is definitely worth preparing more of because it’s just that good. Thanks for sharing. And the sriracha cream sauce is to die for, especially mixed in with some fluffy jasmine rice 🙂

  94. Does anyone know if you double the recipe do you need to double the cornstarch to thicken the marinade or will 1/4 cup still thicken twice as much marinade? I don’t want to ruin the marinade by adding too much cornstarch. Thanks!

    • Stacie, if you are doubling the recipe, it would be best to double all of the ingredients including the cornstarch. But I’m not entirely sure where you are getting the “1/4 cup” from. The recipe calls for 1 tablespoon cornstarch so if you are doubling the recipe, you would need 2 tablespoons, not 1/4 cup.

  95. Made this tonight after my daughter raving about it over and over again … and if anything she understated just how good it really is. Just fantastic!

  96. I’m always looking for a good salmon recipe! This sounds really good! Thanks for sharing!

  97. What are the nutritional facts for this recipe? Thank you

    • Nutritional information is provided only for select and new recipes at this time. However, if it is not available for a specific recipe, it is best that you use free online resources at your discretion (you can gooogle “nutritional calculator”) to obtain such information.

  98. I had this yesterday with my boyfriend and we loved it! he said this was so full of flavor and delicious. Thank you for sharing this recipe!

  99. this recipe sounds DELISH and i can’t wait to try it! My boyfriend and I love asian dishes and are always on the hunt for something new to cook. I’m hoping this tastes good with another fish though, like flounder maybe? i’m alergic to salmon unfortunantely 🙁

  100. what are your thoughts on searing the salmon in a skillet on high heat very quickly, then finishing it in the oven. should give a nice crisp on the fish.

  101. I apologize if this is a stupid question (I am a VERY beginner cook) 🙂 but I bought fresh salmon and wasn’t sure what to do about the skin? Should I remove it before or after cook, or not at all? Not only am I a beginner cook, I also never eat seafood but am trying to branch out and try new things lol so I am totally clueless! Thanks! Love you blog!

    • Ashley – it’s not a stupid question at all! But this is really something that only you can answer as this is based on personal preference. I personally love the skin and always leave it on!

  102. So many comments I couldn’t find the answer I was looking for so hopefully this wasn’t already asked but do I use Srirachi hot chili sauce or the sweet chili garlic?

  103. I made this tonight for me and my husband and it was INCREDIBLE! One of my favorite dishes I’ve ever made. My husband said it was the best salmon dish he’s ever had! So so good. Thank you for this recipe! Can’t wait to make it again!


  104. Will this recipe work with Tuna steak fillets

  105. There is something magical that happens when you combine teriyaki with salmon – those two flavors together are just glorious. Can’t wait to add sriracha to the mix. Sounds like you just can’t go wrong there. We’re making this tonight! Thanks for sharing!

  106. I have made this twice now and it is always amazingly delicious!! We grill the salmon on cedar planks and the flavor is just incredible. I serve with coconut ginger rice and cucumber marinated in a rice vinegar and sugar mixture with red onion and red chilies. Yum! Thanks for the recipe!!

  107. I made this last night and it was divine!!! I don’t even like Salmon!

  108. This sounds so good. I made a different salmon recipe tonight and it just didn’t turn out as I expected. So this is the next one I will try. My hubby LOVES sriracha on everything so I’m sure this will be a hit!

  109. Salmon is currently marinating. I’m super excited to eat this tonight. To the teriyaki I added the juice of one orange, & the zest. Didn’t have garlic powder or ground ginger, but I had the fresh equivalents. SO YUMMY! The sriracha sauce is so good too! Took the other posters advice about using Greek yogurt! Yum! Thank you for the wonderful recipe!

  110. This was so delicious! Left cornstarch out of marinade and made cream sauce with just Greek yogurt and siracha. Worked out perfectly! Put stop white rice and green beans sautéed with shallots. My husband loved it.

  111. Made this tonight and absolutely loved it! I usually don’t comment but this was so good! The best part was that it was so easy! Will definitely be a staple in my recipe book! Thanks for sharing!!

  112. Our family loves this recipe, thank you!

  113. I’ve done it once and I’ll do it again. It’s delicious and easy to make.
    Everybody loved it and were impressed ! Perfect ! 🙂

  114. I’m going to make this for my girlfriend on Valentine’s Day! We love siracha anything 😉

  115. Just wanted to write a note to say I made this for the first time last night and it was delicious. Exactly as described! And my husband loved it too!

  116. best. salmon. ever.
    add a bit more siriracha too. yummm

  117. I ended up making this recipe for my family because it looked simple and quick to make so I decided to try it. I never really liked salmon before. I tried the first bite and I must say that it is delicious…so delicious that I made this recipe 3 days in a row! This is now my “go to” recipe for yummy salmon! Thanks!

  118. Hello!
    I will be making this for dinner tonight, but I was wondering if I can substitute mayo for miracle whip??


  119. AMAZING!! SOOO tasty and easy! It was a huge hit at a dinner party. MAKE THIS!

  120. We loved this as a salmon dish so we decided to try it on wings. We ended up winning our family wing contest with this recipe! Thanks for a great versatile recipe!

  121. Made this for dinner tonight for my husband, his friend, and myself. I’ve got to say, my husband was put of by the fish in teriyaki sauce and doesn’t like shirachi sauce; so he was a bit closed minded the part of it. BUT who cares about that. The friend and I thought it was great! The creamy shirachi sauce absolutely makes the dish and I’m pretty sure that’s why my hubby didn’t like it. That and he thought it was chicken when he saw it.

  122. I’m making this for dinner tonight! I can’t wait!!

  123. Made it, and it was damn delicious. Everyone loved it. I made an additional avocado salsa to serve on the side and it added a lot of freshness. Served over white rice.

  124. oh this was super good!!! I use a different sriracha sauce recipe on mine but the salmon alone was amazing!! I ate it 2 days in a row, twice the second day cause it was lunch and dinner lol, will def be making this over and over!! Thanks!!

  125. Made this tonight since I had a slab of salmon and all of the ingredients in the pantry. It was so simple that my 10-year-old son was able to make the sauces. This was a quick and easy dinner and everyone, even my mother aka “She-who-shall-not-eat-seafood” loved it. (Everyone, except grandma, went back for seconds). Because of the amount of salmon we had on hand, we doubled the teriyaki sauce. The sriracha made a large enough batch for all of our salmon, plus about 3oz to slather on other things. It is sooo good it will be going on MANY other things! Thanks for a quick and delish recipe that will be added to our regular rotation.

  126. Made this recipe the other night and it was a hit ! The sauce is so delicious that I could drink it ! (but I will refrain lol). I will be making this regularly.

    Thanks so much for sharing

  127. Chungah, do you think cooking this salmon in a slow cooker would work? I’ve never made fish that way before, but I have a tendency to over cook things, and maybe that would help.

  128. EXCELLENT! Will make again, probably next week! Very good!

  129. Thank you so much for posting this recipe!
    I have a lot of salmon in the freezer and not enough recipe ideas!
    It was so easy to follow!

  130. Just made this for dinner tonight and it was damn delicious! Thank you for another great recipe!

  131. Thank you for the recipe! Meal planning is one of my new year’s resolutions and I started the process with this dish! The family devoured every bite and it tasted so yummy! I definitely plan to use your recipes for more meals in the future! I love how fresh, healthy and practical they all are! Thanks again!

  132. I made this for lunch today and served it on oven baked red rice. It looked gorgeous and tasted fabulous. My genius husband said it was “damn delicious!”. I will definitely make this again! Thanks!

  133. I Made this tonight for dinner tonight and I’m glad I did. I followed the recipe exactly and it turned out awesome! Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe.

  134. can i pan-fry the salmon or chicken?

  135. Making this for our New Years’ Eve dinner tonight!! Already smells amazing!! I try to eat Paleo/Clean as much as I can so made a couple substitutions. For sauce I used Greek yogurt and sweetened coconut milk….SOOO GOOD!! And used more honey for the teriyaki sauce instead of brown sugar. Also, SOOO GOOD!! Can’t wait for it to be done!!!

  136. This salmon WAS damn delicious! Loved the sauces so much! Thank you for the tidbit that you guys like your food really spicy. We used 2 tbspn of siracha and it was perfect for us! My husband was licking his plate clean (and he used to hate eating seafood!) !

  137. Hi Chung-Ah, beautiful! This looks so amazing. Pinned, this is ourcouponss.com, thank you for taking the time to make so delicious food!
    i made this yesterday, and it taste good, but i made some changes due to family preferences and I changed the garlic powder to Apple pie spice for it have a heavy flavor.

  138. This is the 3rd or 4th thing I’ve made from your website and I’m beginning to think you can do no wrong. This was soooo easy and delicious. My husband eats just about anything but it’s always nice to hear from him, “This is good!” Thank you!!

  139. I made this tonight and it was soo good! The whole family loved it including my 10 and 8 year old, though I left the sriracha off of the 8 year old’s. I served this with garlic mashed cauliflower. This recipe is a keeper, thank you!

  140. This recipe is one of my favs for salmon. I didn’t have that much time and no cornstarch so i skipped the step of warming it up in the sauce pan and just wisked the ingredients up and it still was great

  141. The only thing I can not figure out is what to do with the Sriracha sauce… do u serve it hot or cold?

  142. I am eating this right now. It’s heaven in my mouth. This is amazing! I love it so much! Everyone needs to try this like… now. Seriously.

  143. This was sooo delicious! Thank you so much for the recipe! My husband does not like salmon, but after this he asked me to make him more tomorrow!

  144. I was so tempted to be lazy and use a bottled teriyaki sauce- I am so glad I didn’t! This was, without a doubt, the prettiest and most delicious meal I have ever cooked! You do such a great job of explaining the recipes, they are even possible for a novice like me! I also made the Honey Garlic chicken from your site, and it was very good as well! (Though I’ll be asking for a splatter guard for Christmas- stupid hot oil!)

  145. Very good! I translated your recipe in french for my family. It will be on my menu this week as well!

  146. made this tonight. hubby loved the sriachra mixture. Is there any substitute for comdensed milk.. Its. It something i would usually stock but did happen to have it on hand tonight. I would rather not buy a whole can for just a couple tablespoons… Maybe just some sugar to taste?

    • You can certainly try substituting sugar but without further recipe testing, I cannot speak for how much this will change the overall taste/texture of the dish. It is always best to use the ingredients listed in the recipe to obtain the best results possible.

  147. I don’t write reviews but had to for this recipe! This was absolutely the best salmon dish I have ever had! Thank you for this! I recommend marinating overnight for sure. Also, for the siracha sauce, I liked it a little more spicy and the recipe yielded quite a bit (which isn’t an issue as I’ve found everything to put it on including hamburgers and dipping sauce for sweet potato fries!) I recommend omitting the condensed milk and putting in lemon juice to cut through the mayo. Here’s what I did: 2tblsp mayo 1 tblsp siracha and 1 tsp lemon juice. Make more as needed. Delish! Thanks again for the amazing recipe! I’ve shared with everyone I know!

  148. Do you leave the skin on for this recipe or does it matter? I’m going to try and make tonight.

  149. I made this tonight and it was a big hit!!! I could literally eat the sriracha cream sauce by itself, that’s how delicious it is. However, I did have to contain myself and share the sauce. I did use chicken breast instead of salmon and it was still very good. I will make it with salmon tomorrow. Thank you for sharing! I will try to make your garlic honey chicken next.

  150. This recipe is so good! I made it for the second time tonight, and it was just as delicious as I remembered. The cream sauce is amazing, I could probably dip about anything in it and love it. Thanks for a great dinner!

  151. I never comment on any recipe sites, but oh my god, I adore this recipe! I’ve been trying to convince my boyfriend, who only eats salmon raw, that it can be tasty cooked as well. I took a chance and made this recipe, and now he always asks “So, when are you making salmon again?” This is my go-to salmon recipe, and it puts any cooked salmon I’ve ever eaten in restaurants to shame!

    The only change I made going from the first time I’ve made this to the following times is that I replaced the condensed milk with regular milk for the sriracha. By adding a little milk, it isn’t watery, but is still saucy enough to drizzle. (I was upset that I had so much condensed milk leftover; not enough for fudge, and too much for the sauce lol.) Anyways, thank you so much for sharing this, and I look forward to using more of your recipes!

  152. So yummy! Taste like your eating sushi.

  153. What type of mayo did you use? I love miracle whip but not sure if that would go with sriracha.

  154. I have never tried sriracha. Just how spicy is it? I’m not a big fan of too much heat but I’m thinking the mayo and condensed milk might tone it down a little. Do you think I could use just one tablespoon of the sriracha?

    • Although the condensed milk does bring in a bit of sweetness, the sauce still has some heat to it. That being said, it is really best to use your own judgment on how much Sriracha to add to fit your desired preferences.

  155. After experimenting with many baked salmon recipes, this is now my favorite. I have cooked this recipe twice now with atlantic salmon, and each time it comes out perfect. Cooking the salmon in the marinade seems to seal in the juices making the fish so delicate and tender.

    Thank for the great meals! Im hooked on your site and will be trying many more dishes.

  156. Yummy with fresh tuna too- the recipe makes a TON of the creamy Siracha though- easily could reduce by 3/4 and still have plenty

  157. This was amazing!! Great recipe!! My husband: This is the best salmon I’ve ever had. Thanks so much for the recipe!! I followed it exactly.

  158. My husband loves to fish a lot so I am always on the lookout for new and creative ways to prepare fish. This was so amazing, that my kids have been pestering me to make this again ever since. Thank you

  159. Chungah, I HATE fish. I grew up eating Texas beef, and have looked long and hard for a fish dish that I could even stand to smell, much less eat. Well, I finally found it. Have made this 3 times and ate every bite of my piece each time. Hubby, who is a fish eater, loves it too. Keep those omega-3 recipes coming, cause I know they are better for me than red meat.

  160. This is the second of your recipes I’ve made in two days– yesterday was the lemon chicken orzo soup. Your recipes are incredible, and your pictures are beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing!

  161. I love this recipe so much i did it twice the second time i remplace brown sugar by maple sirop =D its taste divine =3

  162. Can I fry it instead of baking it? Thanks

  163. Could you cook the salmon on the bbq?

  164. Loved this recipe!! We’re vegetarian so I used tofu instead of fish and garnished with veggies; it was SO delish! Hubby gobbled it all up. Will definitely be making it again and again! Thanks!

  165. I made this for my family the other night and it was AMAZING!!! I LOVED the sriracha cream sauce and even used it on plain rice. I loved it so much I’ve blogged about it. The post is scheduled for tomorrow, 9-13: http://stillifewithstilettos.blogspot.com

  166. Tried this last night and it was fantastic!! Even my daughter who hates fish ate a piece and liked it. Thank you for sharing. It really was damn delicious!

  167. The teriyaki is amazing! Going to try it with tilapia instead of salmon. Very excited!

  168. Finally someone in my family caught enough wild salmon that I was able to make this (a dinner party of 9), it was phenomenal, absolutely amazing, the sauces were perfect together. Everyone loved it and I had some very picky people at my table.

  169. I made this dish for at home date-night and my husband gobbled it up and asked when I could make it again.

    Then one football Sunday, I got a wild hair and whipped up a batch of the teriyaki sauce but used a bit more cornstarch to make it even thicker and used it to sauce a batch of homemade (baked, not fried) chicken wings. I used the sriracha cream sauce as a dip…best chicken wings ever. Thanks for such a great recipe!

  170. Hi!!

    Wow you have so many comments but I wanted to thank you for sharing your recipe!
    We tried it this past Saturday and it was awesome!

    (If you watch the video, next time I guess I’ll have to do it with store-bought salmon as my husband is bizarre…) But yes – very good! very fun too 😀

    Thanks! And I linked back to you of course!


  171. I’m not much of a salmon/seafood person in general, but salmon is my husband’s favorite. I made this for dinner tonight and normally I just pick at salmon, but tonight I ate my filet and it was wonderful!!! My husband loved it too and said it tasted gourmet! This recipe will now be my go-to slamon recipe 🙂 Thanks so much!!!

  172. I know you already have a MILLION comments on here, but I thought I should leave mine. I found this recipe on Pinterest and decided to try it. I have never cooked fish before. It was AMAZING. My fish-hating family even ate every bite (skin and all!) They loved the sriracha aioli and I loved that it tasted a bit like having sushi (macro-sushi!)

    Thanks so much for sharing it with us!

  173. I’ve never cooked salmon before in my life, because I’ve never enjoyed the taste or texture. But this recipe absolutely was a great way to start with salmon, and makes for an amazing, moist, flakey and flavorful dinner! The Sriracha sauce made it, and I have loads leftover so I can justify making this again next week. Thank you!

  174. Made this for my husband. He loved it!
    I don’t really care for salmon but this was really good!

  175. I made this the other day, all I can say is “Oh, My, GOD! Delish!!!!”. This recipe was a hit all around. The sauce itself was to die for, this dish will definitely be a keeper in our household. Thank you so much! 🙂

  176. Amazing recipe! The teriyaki is better than any store bought one I have ever tasted, and this is definitely one of the best ways I have ever had salmon. This blog is great, by the way. Thank you for sharing!!

  177. Hi Chung-Ah, first of all I wanted to tell you how happy I am to have found your blog (though sad I didn’t find it sooner!). I now have a list of your recipes I want to try that is as long as my arm! I’m going to start by doing this amazing salmon, and was wondering if it would be ok to replace the brown sugar with regular sugar? I live in Argentina and the only brown sugar I could find doesn’t look at all like the one in the US. Think that would still be ok? Thank you!!

    • Yes, feel free to substitute sugar. It shouldn’t make too much of a difference.

      • Thanks!! I’ll let you know how it turns out 🙂

      • It was AMAZING! I used regular sugar and let it marinate overnight…my husband has a new favourite dish! Thanks again!
        I have one question for you, your rice looks so fluffy and perfect…how do you cook it so that it comes out great? Mine always turns out a little sticky.

  178. Is there any other fish you could substitute the salmon with? I have 6 other types of fish in hm freezer but no salmon!

  179. I made this on Monday night and OMG, I licked the siracha mayo and had to stop myself. It pairs wonderfully with the salmon; my teriyaki sauce was a bit thicker than I had anticipated. Do you think I can not boil the sauce as long or dilute it more (using less corn starch)?

    In the meantime, I will be making a big batch of the siracha mayo. It is delightful in sandwiches!! Thanks for sharing.

    Love your website!

  180. My my this looks HEAVENLY!! So saucy and flavorful! I’ve never used anything creamy with salmon before but this looks incredible. I cannot wait to try it! I love sauces that use honey in them, too 🙂

  181. Hello, I was wondering, is there a substitute for siracha in these recipe? ~Thank you

    • You can certainly try using a different kind of hot sauce but it is best to use Sriracha to obtain the best results possible.

  182. I’ve now made this a number of times all with wonderfully delicious results. It’s currently baking, while asparagus cooks and brown rice finishes… all part of the special birthday dinner my 11y/o daughter requested!

  183. This was ridiculously good. I made it just for myself so I went all out with the sriracha and I used Japanese mayonnaise. I can’t wait to have the other portion for lunch today, unfortunately it’s only 8:30am so I have quite a long wait 🙁
    The sauces were so good I’ll probably use your teriyaki sauce recipe with other recipes and as for the sriracha sauce I think I will use it for french fry or sweet potato fry dipping sauce. Maybe I will even stop by a fast food place and get some fries there. There are so many possibilities! Thanks and best wishes 🙂

  184. Just had this tonight, and we really liked it! I ended up adding a bit more of the condensed milk to the cream sauce because I wanted to keep it from tasting like mayo:) Thanks, for the great recipe.

  185. I made this last night, and it was a big hit! Thank you.

  186. I made this recipe but the cornstarch clumped up. Not sure what I did wrong. In the top part you say to add 1/4 water to cornstarch but in the bottom there is no mention of this additional 1/4 cup water. I added the cornstarch directly to the simmering mix.

    • Monica, as a general rule of thumb, cornstarch should never be added into a recipe without mixing it with water first. That being said, the recipe specifically states to add the cornstarch mixture to the teriyaki sauce:

      In a small saucepan over medium heat, add soy sauce, brown sugar, ginger, garlic powder, honey and 1 cup water; bring to a simmer. Stir in cornstarch mixture until thickened enough to coat the back of a spoon, about 2 minutes; let cool to room temperature.

  187. So I followed the directions & it did not thicken!! What did I do wrong?!?!

    • Felicia, please understand that it is very hard for me to specifically answer this question since I am not in the kitchen with you. If the mixture does not thicken, you can add more cornstarch as needed.

    • My marinade took awhile to thicken, at least 10-15 minutes.

    • Mine did not thicken either but all you need to do is to keep adding more cornstarch mix (slurry) until you have the desired consistency. This won’t alter the taste of the final product.

  188. BTW I don’t ever have condensed milk around and I would hate to buy a can just for a small amount…is there anything else I can use?

    • It is best to use condensed milk as the Sriracha Cream Sauce is the main star of this dish. As for leftover condensed milk, you can always use it for your morning toast (a little drizzle goes a long way!).

  189. Wow this looks delicious. Just discovered your blog. Can’t wait to try your recipes!

  190. Sounds wonderful. Any suggestions of what to do with the all the leftover can of sweetened condensed milk?


  191. This recipe was excellent, my boyfriend practically licked the plate clean! It was great served over brown rice! Thank you for sharing!

  192. I have never cooked salmon and am clueless. But my mom has requested grilled salmon at a her birthday dinner I am throwing. Could I marinade the salmon overnight and then grill it?

  193. I see the many raves and i would like to add mine.This was so delicious! I love sir a cha and salmon and this was a hit with even the non salmon lovers in our group. I substituted garlic powder with fresh roasted minced garlic since I had some made already bit followed recipe otherwise and will be adding this to my regular rotation. Yum!

  194. Thanks for finally taloking about > Teriyaki Salmon with Sriracha Cream Sauce – Damn
    Delicious < Liked it!

  195. This was absolutely delicious. I used fresh ginger and garlic for the teriyaki sauce as I had it on hand, and I used honey instead of condensed milk for the sriracha cream sauce (didn’t want to open a can just for a couple of tablespoons), and it all turned out great. I could drink that sriracha sauce! I think I’m going to keep it in the fridge in a squeeze bottle and start using it as a regular condiment, and try the teriyaki on chicken and beef as well (maybe kebabs on the grill). Really, really yummy. All your food looks yummy and I can’t wait to try more recipes! Thanks, Damn Delicious Girl (Chung-Ah)!

  196. Love this!!!! Huge hit in my home! I was curious do you think you could do this in a foil package on the grill?

  197. I made this for dinner and it was a hit!!!!! My boyfriend likes the skin on his salmon to be crispy so I was a bit hesitant to cook this, but turns out he loved it as is!!! I can’t wait to try more of your recipes!! Thank you!!

  198. We love this recipe. I did change up the sauce, just because I don’t have any use for the remaining sweetened condensed milk. I loved the sauce as written but tonight I tried 1 Tablespoon of honey instead the sweetened condensed milk and it was just as good. Thanks for the recipe!

  199. Made this tonight for my family and it disappeared before I even had time to take a photo of it!!!! Perfect instructions for someone who isn’t the best at cooking and the flavor was OUT OF THIS WORLD!!!

  200. Wow this is just amazing! I made this two nights in a row (that’s how I loved it so much) and I still couldn’t get enough of them. Thank you so much for this recipe, I am also going to share this with my readers if you don’t mind 😉

  201. I made this last night and it was absolutely amazing!! I tripled the recipe for 6 fillets and it was perfect plus I made extra sauce to store in the fridge to use for other things. Thank you for a great new recipe!

  202. This was so wonderful, I made this for my grandma & I, and she usually isnt adventurous with Asian food, But i got her to try this. I used frozen salmon filets & it was fine, The sriracha cream sauce was amazing! & really makes this meal. Although i did leave out the cream sauce on my grandmas salmon, (she doesnt like sriracha) but she said the salmon teriyaki was very good. I could literally eat this everyday, It was probably the best food I had ever cooked, I served it with rice & mixed veggies, also left over a little of the teriyaki sauce I made and cooked the veggies in it for my flavoring. Defiantly will be making again.

  203. Made this a couple days ago. It was awesome! The sriracha cream sauce is simply GLORIOUS!!!!

  204. I made this last night and it is indeed super delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe with us! 🙂

  205. I was wondering if this would work with tilapia. If so, should there be an adjustment on time, due to them being thinner?

    • Yes, you will need to adjust cooking time as needed. Unfortunately, I cannot give you the exact amount of cooking time as I have not tried tilapia with this recipe.

  206. Hi Chung-Ah!

    I love your salmon recipe! It’s simple, tasty and healthy at same time. In my new blog post I put there a link to your recipe – you can find the article here: http://ilovetoronto.com/featured/2014/04/cardiac-diet-healthy-food

    Have a great weekend!!

  207. Made this salmon on the weekend. It was delicious. My kids loved it. I got to have the leftovers on Monday for dinner and had people at work trying to steal my dinner. Best. Salmon. Ever!

  208. Made it 2 days ago and making it again tonight. So good!

  209. This sounds heavenly……something my husband would really love!

  210. One of the best meals I have EVER had!!!! 🙂

  211. I am cooking as we speak 🙂 I cant wait!!!! Making with jasmine rice and water chestnuts.

  212. This looks delicious! We love sriracha on anything so I can’t wait to make this.

    Regarding the mayo in the cream sauce, I use the Kraft mayo with olive oil for my sandwiches. I think it tastes the same as regular mayonnaise, but do you think it would work for this or should I just get some regular mayo?

  213. This recipe is so good! Lightened up the Srirachi sauce by using greek yogurt & coconut milk and used the leftover sauce to make some tuna salad today.

  214. I have huge sides of salmon steaks marinating in the fridge right now for a dinner party tonight. The hubby walked in this morning while I was making the teriyaki sauce and commented that it smelled amazing. Can’t wait to eat it later!!

  215. I’ve made this a bunch of times, it’s unreal. I’ve used salmon & chicken, both awesome. My boyfriend is the pickiest eater, doesn’t like fish, & always asks for seconds!! Thanks for this staple, it seriously rules.

    • I know!! my husband is the same way, Im thinking of doing the same thing tonight. What was the cooking time for the chicken??
      Thanks 😀

  216. In an effort to be healthy, I am trying to eat more fish. The only problem is that I hate cooked salmon but since I know you start liking new foods once your pallet has tasted them a couple times, I’ve been forcing myself.

    Honestly, this recipe is pretty good! I usually hate salmon but with the mayo and hot sauce, it tasted pretty damn awesome!

    • This review really just set my mind at ease! I love raw salmon in sushi, but every time I have had cooked I have been grossed out! I always thought I was a weirdo. My boyfriend has been pushing me to try cooked salmon, so I chose this recipe to make tonight because I thought that with teriyaki and spicy mayo, anything had to taste good! Thanks for helping to alleviate my worries 🙂

  217. So good!

  218. We make this at least once every other week in our house. We stuff the salmon with Philadelphia Cream Cheese Spicy Jalapeño and always make double the sauce for sandwiches and other things throughout the week. This recipe is a home run as written. #bombdotcom

  219. Just wondering what you garnished with. Obviously chopped green onions, but are those sesame seeds on top?

  220. Made this last night and everyone liked it! sooo yummy! will make this again soon!

  221. Just made this for dinner! Delicious, can’t wait to have leftovers tomorrow for lunch!

  222. Ohh my goodness, this was incredible! Thank you for this delicious recipe. It’s honestly the best salmon I’ve ever had. Your recipes never let me down.

  223. Finally made this last night and it was delicious! My husband and I both loved it. Can’t wait for the leftovers tonight.

  224. I just made this for dinner and it was delicious! My boyfriend loved the dish as well, especially the sriracha mayo. He’s a sucker for anything spicy! I will certainly be making this in the future. By the way, I love the blog. Every recipe I’ve tried so far has been nothing short of amazing. Keep doing what you do!

  225. I marinated this overnight for my husband & I, it was SO good & SO flavorful! One filet didn’t seem like enough!! Thank you for this recipe!

  226. Made this dish last night! It was so delicious, and I loved the Sriracha mayo! Perfection!

  227. Is there a chance I could you a premade teryaki sauce? Will it still taste the same?

    • Heather, you can certainly use store-bought teriyaki sauce but please understand that using the specified ingredients listed in the recipe will lead to the best results in this dish. That being said, I do not think this dish will taste the same with this substitution. At the end of the day, nothing beats homemade!

  228. Made the salmon today and it was scrumptious! To save time, would it be possible to use bottled teriyaki sauce?

  229. Oh, my goodness!! It was a hit tonight. I took your advice and marinated it overnight. managed not to overcook it and it was a great hit! Thanks so much for your version of teriyaki. It was so good even without the cream sauce.

  230. Thank you for a wonderful meal, I am a passionate cook. Love to find new recipes and this one is a keeper. My husband said I have outdone myself. The siracha cream sauce is delicious. I also added grilled pineapple slices to this dish and served it with jasmine rise and steamed broccoli with a drizzle of sesame oil. Thank you so much.

  231. Made this. It was AWESOME. I followed the recipe exactly, did not change a thing and it was perfect. Thanks for an amazing recipe for Salmon!

  232. Okay, so I’m obsessed with your site. Your recipes are amazing! I made this recipe and we LOVED it! Making one of your chilis tonight!

  233. Made this last night and it was absolutely fantastic!

  234. Wow… Just made this and it was awesome!

  235. Just tried this and killed it!!! This is an awesome recipe!! Love, love, love it!! Thanks!

  236. I use a already made yoshidas sauce, its the best and easy!

  237. It’s in the oven for the second time this week at my house!

  238. How do you get the sriracha sauce to drizzle over the salmon. My sauce is very thick and I feel that I won’t be able to drizzle it over my salmon.

    • Liz, I used a Ziploc bag and snipped off the corner to drizzle. You don’t necessarily have to drizzle it though – I did it purely for photographic purposes. I’ve made this many times thereafter and usually just spoon it over!

  239. Out of almost 100 Pinterest recipes I’ve made, I’ve never felt compelled to comment until now. THIS IS OUT OF THE WORLD FANTASTIC!!! Thank you for this awesome recipe, I will seriously be making this once a week!

  240. Hi; I made this recipe for supper and it is sooooo good. I went on line to get the recipe for the ‘sreracha’ sauce, (made it from scratch) and it turned out real good. Thanks, I’m enjoying quite a few of your dishes. Tonight is ‘Chinese orange chicken’ Sheila

  241. Made it tonight! Better than most restaurant salmon I’ve had. Seriously. So delicious. I’ll be making it again AND passing it on to all of my friends!

  242. I made this the other night with salmon, green beans, and mashed potatoes. My boyfriend and I LOVED it! I tried it with chicken recently, ALSO AMAZING. Both sauces are perfect! I will try with other things. Thank you so much for sharing!

  243. Made this tonight for dinner. It was wonderful. Hubby told me during dinner that it will have to be a repeat so I will be adding it to my recipe book. I didn’t have cornstarch and used all-purpose flour instead and it worked great. I did have to cook the sauce a couple extra minutes to thicken it. I have extra cream sauce leftover so I have a feeling I may be cooking some chicken or shrimp later this week… 😀 Thanks for recipe!

  244. I love love this recipe… even my picky 4 year old asked if we could have it again tonight!! I wanted to know if you have used the same recipe to marinate chicken?

    • I’m so glad you were able to give this a try!

      In response to your question, I’m sure chicken would work just fine. Although you may have to adjust cooking time as needed.

  245. I just found your blog yesterday! Last night I made the BBQ Chicken Salad; tonight the salmon. I just printed out both recipes to add to my cookbook! I’m looking forward to many more delicious meals from your blog.

  246. Hi; I just want you to know that I made this ‘Teriyaki Salmon with Sriracha Cream Sauce’ last evening for supper, and it was soooooo good. My husband really enjoyed it. The sriracha sauce, I had to go on line to come up with the recipe, so I make it from scratch, but turned out excellent. With the marinade, the sriracha sauce over the baked salmon, blended the flavor so well. We enjoyed it. Thank you, tonight, another new dish. I think the ‘quinoa stuffed bell peppers’ or the ‘Chinese orange chicken’ It’s a toss up. Thanks again. Sheila

  247. I look forward to trying this recipe. The only thing on first glance is the water mentioned in the directions is not mentioned in the ingredients list. Can you make this without water?

  248. I made this tonight and it was AMAZING! Followed your recipe exactly and it was perfect. My question is: do you have suggestions for the leftover sauce? We loved it but I’m stumped on what else to dip into it!

    • I’m so glad you were able to give it a try. As for the leftover sauce, I honestly just made the salmon again several days later and used it up!

  249. Made this for dinner tonight…SO great! I’m usually not a fan of mayonnaise-based sauces, but this is delicious. Great recipe, thanks for sharing.

  250. I have two salmon portions marinating in Kikkomann low sodium teriyaki sauce to which I added fresh grated ginger and a tbsp of orange marmalade. I don’t have anything for the cream other than mayo, so I have mixed vanilla yogurt and chili paste (it has chili seeds in it). I tasted it after mixing, and it’s pretty damn awesome! I’m anxious for dinner now!

  251. Could you also use this with Tuna?

  252. This recipe is fantastic! Thanks for sharing! I cooked this last night for the first time after finding it on Pinterest, and put a review up on my blog — check it out here –> http://www.taoofschnoll.com/2014/01/recipe-review-teriyaki-salmon-and-no.html

    Will definitely have to try some more of your recipes!

  253. Made this tonight with cauliflower fried rice and it was fantastic. Definitely a new favorite at our house!! Thanks!!

  254. Aaaaaaaaamazing!!! Made this for dinner this evening, my boyfriend LOVED it!!! It was DAMN DELICIOUS thanks for sharing, I’ll be making this again, and again, and again!!!

  255. Loved this recipe!

  256. I made this a couple of weeks and OMG IT WAS AMAZING! My brother and his gf LOVED IT and SO DID I! This is my new favorite way to make salmon. Thank you for sharing the recipe!

  257. This is one of the few recipes I have ever tried to make and my boyfriend LOVED it …. So much that’s we had it two nights in a roll! Thanks so much! The sauce is great I made it again tonight as a dip for popcorn shrimp.

  258. This is amazing. It was so good that we make it once a week. We even went an extra mile and made homemade truffles with sea salt with the extra condensed milk that was leftover. Highly recommend this recipe. Followed the recipe to exact.

  259. Made this tonight. Hands down the best thing that I’ve made off of Pinterest. My one-year-old sone applauded while eating it so you have his praise too. 🙂

  260. Super easy and tastes soooo good! Making it again tonight!

  261. I made this for my boyfriend tonight and he loved it. Both sauces were incredible but the Siracha cream sauce was beyond yummy!! Will definitely be making this again and again! Thank you!

  262. I made this and substituted the condensed milk in the sauce with coconut milk (because that’s what I had) and served atop cabbage stir-fried in coconut oil. The salmon itself was amazing but all together with the sweet cabbage made it even more amazing with the sweet and spicy combo. Thanks for the delicious recipe!

  263. I’ve made this a couple of times and it is great. I did tweak the recipe by replacing the sweetened condensed milk with a bit of half-and-half and a pinch of brown sugar. I have SCM in the pantry but I would hate to open a can for such a small bit needed for the recipe.

    Also, I’ve found I can go to Costco, buy a big old Costco-sized package of salmon, portion, marinate it and then transfer portions to a ziploc with a portion of marinade. Pop in the freezer and you now have something that thaws in now time after work and 20 minutes from when I pop it in the oven to when it is ready. Great for busy single folks.

  264. I loved everything about this recipe — and tried to read ll the comments to see if this one showed up anywhere — but my siracha “sauce” would not squiggle or decorate the salmon as shown in the picture. It was thick and globbie. I tried heating it, I tried putting some in a baggie and applying it like icing decoration but nothing worked. suggestions? I’m guessing next time I’ll add some milk or cream to thin out the sauce more. but disappointed that nothing in the directions offered any insight.

    • Other than photographic and presentation purposes, there really is no need to “squiggle” or decorate the Sriracha cream sauce as shown in the picture. But if you would like to drizzle it as shown above, I was able to do so with a Ziploc baggie and applying it like icing decoration. Hope that helps!

  265. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe, I made this for dinner tonight and we loved it!! I love Teriyaki (yes, I’m Japanese!) and my boyfriend loves Sriracha (well, he is not Thai, but you know, who doesn’t like Sriracha?) so this recipe was just perfect! I think this is one of the best salmon recipes i’ve ever made. 🙂

  266. I cannot wait to try this!! I love the fact that it is not a complicated recipe, def pinning this! 🙂

  267. I am home from college for the holiday and wanted a delicious homecooked meal to suprise my family with, and it was amazing. My family can’t wait for me to make this again.

  268. I have mahi that I plan to use with this recipe tonight. Hope it turns out delicious!! I am also a Siracha fan. I use it when I make the sauce for my fish tacos!!

  269. Made this for dinner tonight. The Teriyaki sauce was the best I’ve ever had. It was heavenly…really! I can’t wait to try this on chicken and shrimp as well. I doubled the recipe since I made 7 or 8 salmon fillets. There was more than enough marinade. Rave reviews from my family. The Sriracha cream sauce was a nice touch! To say I’m obsessed with Sriracha is an understatement. Any meal that combines my love of Sriracha and seafood…perfection. Thank you so much!

  270. AMAZING!
    I absolutely love this recipe and have made it a dozen times since I found it.
    Made it for friends and family as well and everyone has praised it.
    Considering doing it for family vacation and also doing a chicken version for those weirdoes that wont eat fish. 🙂
    Thank you for sharing!!

  271. Delicious. I served this with Sushi rice, with rice seasoning, and wilted spinach, seasoned with a little sesame oil. Thanks for the pin!

  272. This looks soooo good!!! Would it be possible to use shrimp instead of salmon though?

  273. SO GOOD! My boyfriend and I love finding new ways to make Salmon – this was absolutely amazing! Thanks for posting – this is now in constant rotation at our house!

  274. Made this just now. Really yummy. Will make again!!

  275. I made this for dinner last night and it was one of the best dinners I have ever made. It was so delicious. This will definitely become a regular dinner at my house!!

  276. Absolutely FANTASTIC! Made this for dinner last week and then put it right on the list for dinner this week. Making it tonight! My husband and I devoured it last time!

  277. Made this last night and it was delicious!

    I left out the condensed milk in the siracha sauce though. I make spicy mayo for our sushi nights so I had some already made up. 1 Tbsp mayo to 1 tsp siracha ratio.

  278. My husband and I eat a lot of salmon. I have a few glazes and sauces that I rotate. This one is definitely in the rotation. Once again, you hit it out of the park. 🙂

  279. Hi! I just wanted to let you know that I featured this dish on my daily dinner ideas blog, What to Make for Dinner Tonight. Come check ‘er out! 🙂


  280. Sauce made,it’s delicious. Salmon marinating right now. Come on supper time.Excited to see how it turns out. Any suggestions for side dish?

    • I’ve had a reader suggest a bok choy side dish. I haven’t tried it myself but it sounds like the perfect side dish to complement the flavors of the salmon.

  281. Wonderful recipe. I’d like to make it this weekend. What else would you serve with it at a small dinner party… the appetizer, the side and/or salad? Thank you.

    • You can go for an all-Asian theme and serve it alongside with an Asian-type salad. As for side dishes, we didn’t have to serve this with anything else other than rice – everyone just kept asking for more salmon!

  282. Made this for my MIL birthday and it got rave reviews and recipe requests. It is “damn delicious” thanks for sharing!