This Honey Mustard Grilled Salmon is easy, healthy, and perfect for summer grilling!
Over the last year our kitchen table has seen very little action. We eat most of our meals out back on our patio table now. The weather really is perfect here in San Diego and eating outside has become one of our favorite things to do year round. Dinner becomes a much longer ordeal than if we’d just eat inside– the kids end up playing and we sit around talking until it gets dark or just a little bit chilly. And before we know it, it’s bed time. It’s the best.
Because we eat outside so much and can do it year round, we grill a lot too. This Honey Mustard Grilled Salmon is the our latest favorite and it’s the perfect easy and healthy meat to to grill up this summer.
I made a simple honey mustard marinade for the salmon using Tessemae’s All Natural Honey Mustard plus a little honey, olive oil, garlic and salt and pepper. Just brush it all over the salmon and let it marinade for a few hours before cooking on the grill.
Juicy and tender with just a light honey mustard flavor. I like to drizzle someof the honey mustard over the top of the salmon too.
I’ve used several of Tessesmae’s dressings but this was the first time using one of their condiments. I love it! Along with the Honey Mustard they have several condiments to chose from that also make a perfect addition to your summer grilling and summer bbqs!
- 4 boneless, skinless salmon filets
- 1/4 cup Tessemae's Honey Mustard Dressing
- 3 tbsp honey
- 3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- 1 clove garlic, minced
- salt and pepper
- In a small bowl, whisk Honey Mustard, honey, extra virgin olive oil and minced garlic together.
- Place salmon filets on a plate and brush each side generously with the honey mustard mixture. Season filets with salt and pepper.
- Cover the plate with foil or plastic wrap and refrigerate for 2-3 hours.
- Grill over mediu-high heat 6-7 minutes per side or until the fish flakes away easily
- Many of the Tessemae’s dressings & marinades are olive oil based so the olive oil solidifies when chilled in the frig. If storing in the frig (refrigerate for quality up to 7 months), it’s important to know the dressings haven’t spoiled/gone bad. You can either let their dressing warm to room temperature on the kitchen counter or place the bottle in warm water for a few minutes (I use a mug filled with hot water from the tap)