This broiled wild salmon recipe is made with Harry & David’s Cherry Apple Chutney and it’s SUPER easy and delicious – Perfect for weeknights or dinner parties!
Broiled Wild Salmon with Cherry Apple Chutney
I love a good salmon dinner, a few of my favorites are Honey Teriyaki Salmon, Grilled Salmon with Avocado Bruschetta, and Maple Soy Glazed Salmon.
Just a few weeks ago I had this at a dinner party hosted by my friend Sandy who blogs at The Reluctant Entertainer during my trip to Harry and David in southern Oregon. The Autumn weather in southern Oregon couldn’t have been more perfect and we dined al fresco in her beautiful backyard on chalkboard paper lined tables with pears for centerpieces.
Anyone who meets Sandy feels instantly connected to her – she’s an incredible entertainer and really knows hot to make
you feel welcome.
Southern Oregon has the perfect landscape and climate for producing the best pears and produce. It’s also home to some of the finest cheese and great wine. Harry and David doesn’t just grow there own fruit (which are non-GMO btw), all their cakes, pastries, chocolates, cookies, Moose Munch and more all made on premises and they work directly with local wineries and cheese makers to offer the best Oregon wines, finest cheese such as award winning Rogue Creamery in their baskets.
Their fruit is harvested and kept in cold storage until ready to ship so that every basket delivered to your door step is perfect. And, we even got to make and package our own gift baskets, although I learned quickly that I was not cut out for making this a career as I took about 40 minutes to pack ONE basket!
If you ever visit Southern Oregon, you can go on a Harry and David tour and tour their kitchens. We all stayed at the charming Winchester Inn in Ashland. I loved sitting in that nook staring out the window…
They had the most comfortable beds, and served some of the best breakfasts I’ve ever tasted – and I’m not even a breakfast person! Example, these poached eggs over a souffle with an arugula salad and berry vinaigrette – to die for! Southern Oregon has amazing culinary talent. Would you believe this meal came out of a food truck?
Everlasting memories were made in those short few days and Oh how I miss those stunning mountain views and old and new friends…
Broiled Wild Salmon with Apple Cherry Chutney
- 1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce, or Tamari for gluten-free*
- 1 tablespoon rice vinegar
- 2 tbsp Harry & David’s Apple Cherry Chutney
- 1 tablespoon minced garlic
- 1/2 tablespoons ginger, finely grated
- 1 lb wild salmon fillet, cut into 4 pieces
- 2 tbsp Harry & David’s Apple Cherry Chutney
- cooking spray
- Combine the first 5 ingredients for the marinade and blend well.
- Pour the marinade into a Ziploc bag. Add the salmon to the marinade, squeeze the air out of the bag and seal.
- Refrigerate for about 1 hour, turning occasionally.
- Heat broiler to high.
- Place salmon on a broiler pan lined with tin foil and sprayed with oil and broil on the second rack from the top for 5 minutes on one side.
- Remove from the broiler, carefully flip the salmon over.
- Spoon on the apple cherry chutney, spreading evenly over the salmon.
- Cook another 4-5 minutes until cooked, pressing the salmon with the back of a spatula handle (for firmness rather than sponginess).
- Serve immediately.
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29 comments on “Broiled Wild Salmon with Cherry Apple Chutney”
I live in Medford, Oregon. Just saw this recipe and am going to make tonight! I love your recipes, and I love Harry and David! Thanks for making eating healthy so enjoyable!!
You’re welcome Michelle!
Can you marinade for longer than the hour.? My husband and I both work and do not want to wait an hour after work to make.
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Hi Gina, I grew up in Southern Oregon and I live in Connecticut now. What a surprising treat to see pictures of my hometown and some of my favorite places on earth (Rogue Creamery!!! Ashland!!!) on your blog. I'm thrilled to hear that you experienced and fell in love with Southern Oregon. My husband and I make your recipes on an almost daily basis and I constantly tell people, "I have never made a recipe I didn't like from Skinnytaste". Thanks for all your delicious recipes!
I love Penny and Lulu's!!
I made these last night except I didn't have the cherry chutney. I found cranberry apple chutney in my local store so I used that. Followed the rest of the recipe exactly. Soooo delicious. I saved it to my "recipe box". It's a keeper.
Yes I also made them they are great!
Oh yum! That sounds delicious!
Made this tonight and it was wonderful! I wasn't sure if I should leave the oven door ajar or closed (not that savvy with broiling yet), so did a "half one way half the other" thing. Salmon wasn't quite done in the middle, and was a bit extra done on top. Had to leave it in a bit longer to get done. It was still delicious! Any tips on broiling for the next time I make it?
I'm allergice to fish – do you think it would be good if I used chicken or turkey breast?
Thanks – KC 🙂
Perla, Thanks for clarifying how to find the chutney. I could not figure it out either! I just ordered some. There is a 20% off coupon that expires tonight. The code is
I am making this tonight! except i'm making my own chutney, its way easier and cheaper. i'll let you know how it turns out!
I grew up in Ashland and love to go back. Keeping the smudge pots going in the H&D orchards in the spring was a typical job for poor college students at SOU. Of course I'm a big fan of H&D products and your salmon recipe is on my "must try" list! Thanks for the great post!
Yes, you must! What a lovely town you grew up in!
Always looking for Harry and David stores when we travel. Sorry to have found lot of them closed, like the one in Destin, Florida..
I love to shop at Harry & David's.
The salmon looks wonderful.
Thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures.
Tammy, look for "Pick 4 Relishes" then you need to click on the RED select items button; I've been browsing the whole website all day long, Gina should get a commission.
: ) You should go to one of their gourmet stores if you ever get the chance, they are so much fun!
I cannot find that chutney on their website. Is it only available in the stores?
She links right to it in the ingredient list.
Click the link on the ingredients list.
Thanks for pointing that out – I'm not quite that dim. Perla is correct, you have to buy it as part of a set – not alone. The link doesn't go directly to that specific chutney.
I have never been to Oregon. It looks like y'all had so much fun! I am completely envious.
You really should go one day, I would love to go back with my family.
Made this tonight and it was so good! I didn't have the chutney but I used some Saucy Susan instead, I've be making this again. Thank you Gina!
I love Oregon, it's been years since I've visited so seeing your photos made me want to go back. The salmon looks wonderful, I have a Harry and David store close to me, I'll be sure to pick up that chutney.