Sheet Pan Teriyaki Salmon and Vegetables

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This easy, delicious Sheet Pan Teriyaki Salmon and Vegetables (I seriously devoured this, it was THAT good) is made all on one sheet pan and ready in 20 minutes!

Sheet Pan Teriyaki Salmon
Sheet Pan Teriyaki Salmon and Vegetables

I’m a huge fan of sheet pan meals as they are a huge kitchen time saver! I like to line the sheets with foil or parchment for easy clean-up, completely optional. Here I marinated the fish, then cooked the sauce down on the stove to create a glaze over the fish (I highly recommend this) but if you wish to skip this step, it will still taste fine.

Sheet Pan Teriyaki Salmon

This recipe can easily be doubled in a larger sheet pan or use two pans. This is filling and can certainly be eaten on it’s own, but if you want to add a grain on the side, brown rice, forbidden rice or quinoa would be great.

The fish marinates for about 10 minutes which is enough to get great flavor, if you want to marinade it longer you can do it in the morning or night before, then cook it when you get home from work.

Variations

  • You can swap mini peppers for larger bell peppers cut into strips.
  • A medley of cauliflower and broccoli would also be great.
  • Asparagus or string beans also work great here.
  • Like it spicy? Add some sriracha to the marinade for heat.

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Sheet Pan Teriyaki Salmon
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Sheet Pan Teriyaki Salmon and Vegetables

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326 Cals 27 Protein 17 Carbs 17 Fats
Prep Time: 15 mins
Cook Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 35 mins
Yield: 2 Servings
COURSE: Dinner
CUISINE: American
This easy, delicious Sheet Pan Teriyaki Salmon and Vegetables (I seriously devoured this, it was THAT good) is made all on one sheet pan and ready in 20 minutes!

Ingredients

For vegetables:

  • 2 cups bite-size broccoli florets
  • 10 mini sweet rainbow peppers, seeded and halved
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • ¼ teaspoon kosher salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper, to taste

For salmon:

  • 2 (4-ounce) wild salmon filets
  • 1 teaspoon sesame oil
  • 1 garlic clove, grated
  • ½ teaspoon grated ginger
  • 2 tablespoons reduced sodium soy sauce, or gluten-free soy sauce
  • 1 teaspoon unseasoned rice vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon brown sugar

For garnish:

  • ½ teaspoon toasted sesame seeds
  • 1 large scallion, chopped

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 400F degrees. Cover a large sheet pan with foil or parchment, lightly spray olive oil and set aside.
  • Meanwhile, combine sesame oil, garlic, ginger, soy sauce, vinegar and brown sugar in a small bowl and mix. Pour into a large ziplock bag and add salmon, marinate 10 minutes.
    salmon in marinade
  • In a medium bowl, toss broccoli and peppers with 1 tablespoon sesame oil, ¼ teaspoon salt and pepper. Spread them evenly on prepared sheet pan and roast for 10 minutes.
  • Remove veggies from oven, toss, and move them over slightly to make room for the salmon. Place the salmon on the sheet pan, reserving the marinade and return to oven, roast an additional 7 to 8 minutes, or until salmon is just cooked through.
  • While salmon is cooking, heat a small skillet over low heat. Pour the remaining marinade and simmer stirring until the sauce has thickened slightly, about 1 to 1 1/2 minutes.
  • Brush sauce over salmon and sprinkle fillets with sesame seeds and scallions. Serve with veggies on the side.

Nutrition

Serving: 1filet with 1 cup veggies, Calories: 326kcal, Carbohydrates: 17g, Protein: 27g, Fat: 17g, Saturated Fat: 2.5g, Cholesterol: 62mg, Sodium: 758mg, Fiber: 4g, Sugar: 4g
Blue Smart Points: 4
Green Smart Points: 7
Purple Smart Points: 4
Points +: 8
Keywords: 20-Minute Teriyaki Salmon and Vegetables, Easy Sheetpan Teriyaki Salmon, sheet pan dinners

 

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125 comments

  1. Going to have to try this soon after reading all the rave reviews. Never been a big fish fan but it’s so good for you and this looks so easy to make.

  2. This was absolutely delicious! Added mushrooms.Yum!

  3. My husband said “now, that’s a good recipe”.  Delicious, filling, satisfying, etc.  I put the salmon under the broiler for a couple of minutes, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly.  We made it in our Ninja Foodi oven, so we didn’t heat up the house.  We absolutely loved the mini bell peppers and can’t think why I haven’t roasted them before.  Definitely a keeper!  Thank you.

  4. Made this over the weekend and can’t stop thinking about it. SO GOOD! And so easy! One of us doesn’t love broccoli so I made it with half broccoli and half asparagus (just threw that in toward the end so it didn’t overcook). I’m going to the store for more salmon to make it again just 3 days later. YUM!

  5. This looks good but way too much sodium so I will cut it back

  6. This is SO DELICIOUS & unique…plus so easy…you’ve done it again!  Hubby says to make MORE sauce next time, so he can put some on his rice… This maybe our new favorite salmon recipe!

  7. Made this for my son and his family, a 3 yr old and a 16 yr old.     There weren’t  ANY leftovers!!!    They all like salmon but I think this recipe took it to a new high.    Served it with brown rice, not only was it healthy (a necessity in this household) but it was delicious!   Followed the recipe to a T, doesn’t need any improvements.   Thank you!   My husband and I are having it tonight. 😊

  8. Tried this simple and fast dinner last night. Great dinner. The soy sauce made the salmon a little salty for my taste. 

  9. Super easy, delicious all natural marinade. My kids liked it and one of them is not a big salmon fan. I doubled the amount of veggies and made 3 filets which was the perfect amount for a family of 4. Did not increase any of the marinade or roasting ingredients and it was perfect and still get flavorful. Will definitely make again!

  10. Wow! So good! I did not have rice vinegar and brown sugar. I used lemon juice and coconut sugar instead. Picky Italian boyfriend approved! WIll be making this 1x/week.

  11. Made this recipe exactly as written and it was DELICIOUS! My husband is not a fan of salmon but even he enjoyed this meal. Love, love, love the ginger!

  12. Family loved it and requested it again, but with even more veggies! Very tasty and easy.

  13. I made this an hour ago and my boyfriend is still raving about this!  He just keeps saying it was ‘perfect’ .  It was easy to make.  I also thought it was very tasty as well it it’s just funny to hear him just say ‘wow’ out of the blue!  We will definitely be making this again!

  14. We made this yesterday & it was delicious! I was hesitant about the marinade on the salmon, but it complemented the vegetables very well.

  15. When I took my first bite of this fish and roasted veggies…I just screamed “Gina did it again!” Gina!!!!! This is so fantastic. I don’t know how I doubted if the flavors would be as good as you were saying. I was looking at how simple everything was and wasn’t sure mine would come out as good. This is going to be on my permanent rotation. The sauce, the fish, the veggies. It is just amazing. I was full off of just this meal without any carbs. Really wonderful dish and made great leftovers. Thank you again for all of your efforts in bringing some great meals into my home. You help me refocus on my health goals and have fun making different healthy meals that have great flavor.

  16. This was amazing!  Made as written except no rice vinegar (didn’t have it) and only half of the brown sugar (to compensate for no vinegar)!  I usually don’t love  salmon but loved this and my hubby who doesn’t usually love Asian flavors couldn’t stop eating the sesame roasted broccoli AND my teens liked it too.  The best part was how fast it came together (I did use frozen Trader Joe’s crushed garlic and ginger) and clean up was a breeze!  It’s quite likely the perfect meal!!!  But I’d say definitely don’t skip cooking the marinade down it is so flavorful and definitely makes fish super tasty without longer marinade time needed!   Thank you Gina!!  Awesome recipe!!

  17. This was great!  Haven’t had salmon in a while and found a nice piece at the grocery!  Easy recipes, can sub veggies, leftovers were great too!  Served with some jasmine rice!  Thanks!  PS sauce was a winner!

  18. Unreal. SO GOOD! We devoured it, even the 3 year old and 8 month old loved it.

  19. Why in the world didn’t I try this sooner?!! This was so easy and sooo good! Salmon was perfect and the veggies were delicious! Thank you Gina for another amazing meal.

  20. Delicious and easy.

  21. Great recipe! Loved the rainbow peppers and the teriyaki was outstanding. I will definitely make this again! Thank you!

  22. Excellent Recipe !!! Great Menu Choices !!! YUMMY !!! I’ll Definitely Try It.

  23. I made this last night and it was so delicious! The salmon came out tender and flavorful and the clean up was a breeze. I’ve started to keep freeze dried spices on hand so when I want to make a Skinnytaste recipe on a whim, I don’t have to run to the store. So, I used freeze dried ginger and scallions and honestly, it’s a pretty decent substitute for fresh.

    Thanks Gina!

  24. This was absolutely delicious!  Made just as recipe is written.  Your recipes are helping me cook in a much “lighter” way. Thank you! 

  25. Thank you!

    Kathryn

  26. I have never liked the taste of salmon until I had this recipe. The combination of ingredients blend together for a wonderful glaze. You can use vegatables and brown rice, but be sure to make extra glaze because it’s so good. My husband has made this on the stovetop and in the oven.

  27. Fantastic!!! Used snow peas and red onion in addition to broccoli and red pepper. cooked veggies about 5 minutes longer than recipe says before adding salmon. Wonderful recipe!!!!

  28. An easy, delicious, healthy weeknight meal!! Definitely on repeat!! I served it with some forbidden rice as well.

  29. I thought this sauce was plenty sweet, even with just 1 tsp. of brown sugar. I am not a fan of sesame oil, so I used half of what was called for, and that was just right for us! I wasn’t sure how it would all come out, but it was great. Will definitely be making this again!

  30. I don’t eat fish – any tips for swapping it out with chicken?

    • I was thinking the same thing. I think I’d do everything the same except use chicken strips and put it in all at the same time as the veggies. 

  31. This was outrageously good. Especially the sauce at the end. 

  32. Just tried this for a group of eight and everyone loved it. Nothing left on anyone’s plate. I would highly recommend the cooked down sauce for the salmon and sprinkle it with scallions at the end is that really made a difference

  33. This is so good and has become one of our favorite recipes! To save time, I often use regular bell peppers and skip the sauce – the salmon is so good, it isn’t needed! Thanks for another great recipe, Gina!

  34. I am not sure if I am missing this on the recipe, but how many servings is this?

  35. Just wanted to chime in that I swapped out the marinade for the Sweet n Spicy Salmon from your cookbook since I wanted a bit more of a kick, but otherwise followed the directions/cook times in this recipe. I marinated the salmon while I was at work, so probably about 8-10 hours. It was SO flavorful, tender and delicious, while also very easy to throw together on a weeknight. My boyfriend even said he’d pay $22 for this meal at a restaurant! Thanks for another winner!

  36. Really delicious! I made this for my daughter’s family which includes a 6 year old, a 4 year old, and a 2 year old. Plus, my and Dad and my husband and I. Everyone loved it – most even went back for seconds. I had a huge slab of salmon and tripled the recipe for the sauce because I had so much salmon. I was hoping for some leftovers but…no! None!

  37. I made this last night with parmesan green beans instead of the bell peppers and broccoli! The whole family devoured it! Even my 2yr old 🙂

  38. I use to hate salmon: smell and taste.

    This recipe helped make salmon not just tolerable, but absolutely delicious! Even my mother loves it!

    This has been added to the list of “Stuff We Will Make Regularly”. Thanks! 🙂

  39. This was so delicious – I’ll be making this again. THanks!!

    • DELICIOUS! My husband doesn’t care for salmon, but he loved this dish! Had to add a pinch of corn starch to thicken the sauce. Other than that, this was so quick and easy to make!

  40. Delicious! And, as a single person cooking for one, I love that this is only two servings.

  41. This was so easy yet such an elegant delicious meal! Best salmon I have ever eaten.

  42. Delicious. Made this tonight & it is a new favorite. Not one drop left. This will go into our regular rotation! (And I don’t make the same things often.) Thank you for this recipe!

  43. I do cook, so I am a little confused to why I am only one questioning the ingredients of the sauce……you have 1 teaspoon of sesame oil in ingredients but instructions use that plus you saw add 1 Tablespoon to vegetables 

  44. What do you mean by cooking it down on the stove?  I can’t wait to try this!

  45. This was absolutely delicious! Great flavor! It took much longer than 20 minutes though. It’s almost 20 minutes of cooking time. You would have to have fresh (not frozen) salmon, and your broccoli would have to be already in florets (I guess you could buy it that way but it’s more expensive), and your peppers would have to be already seeded and halved (seriously, are they going to chop themselves?). It probably took me more like an hour. Still, it was really tasty. I made the sauce a second time the next day to make a stir fry with some tofu and the extra veggies (I overbought).

  46. So delicious. I substituted green beans for the peppers. .I accidentally burned the sauce oops but it was still delicious! Will definitely make this meal again. I’m sure the sauce would take it up a notch.  Thanks Gina for a great recipe!!

  47. I’ve made this and it’s really yummy. I substituted mirin for brown sugar.

    Since our oceans are teaming with plastic debris and killing our fish and mammals, please marinate in a glass dish and forgo plastic bags as much as possible. Once I became aware of how harmful plastic is for the oceans, I am constantly shocked at all the plastic packaging, etc. 

    • I agree. If you reuse already existing dishware in your cupboards you don’t add unknown chemical compounds from plastic bags.

  48. This is my absolute favorite meal… I could eat it all day, every day! I recommend it to people very frequently.

  49. Any tips for cooking this on grill?

  50. This was soooo good! I didn’t have broccoli, so I made cauliflower rice to serve under salmon. Amazing!  It did take around 20 minutes for my fish to get done, maybe because it was thicker, or that I cooked a 1 lb. slab.  Definitely will make again! 

  51. Hi hoe many freestyle ppints it says 4 then 8? Im sorry just confused on reading it properly. I know salmon is free on freestyle

  52. My son is allergic to sesame seeds.   Is there an alternative oil I could use?? 

  53. I only made the salmon part of this recipe. Outrageously good! My salmon portions were 6oz each, and they were finished cooking after 8 minutes. I will definitely be making this again.

  54. This recipe was a huge hit with my entire family! The marinade was absolutely delicious, and it was so easy to put together. I actually used frozen mixed veggies (broccoli, cauliflower, orange & yellow carrots) because I didn’t have any fresh broccoli, and it turned out perfectly. I added the fresh peppers to the frozen veggies. We will definitely be making this again very soon!

  55. SUPER DELICIOUS! I’m a student and this felt really fancy and delicious, not to meantion dead easy. I will definitely be making this again and again and again,…

  56. This was FABULOUS!!

  57. When you say “cooked it down on the stove” do you mean you cooked the salmon briefly on each side to crisp it a bit or do you mean something else?  Thank you.  This looks great and am planning on making this tonight.  🙂

    • This was AMAZING! I followed the recipe, vegetables included. I also love how simple and easy the recipe is. I will definitely be making this again! 
      I’ve made so many of your recipes since recently finding your site and they have all been delicious; I’m definitely going to have to get your cookbook. My husband and I are trying to lose weight/eat healthier and your recipes have made things so much easier (and tastier). Thank you so very much!

  58. I cook dinner for my husband and I every night – I only use your cookbooks and website! (and encourage all my friends and family to use your recipes)
    For my birthday, my husband got me a blank recipe book to save our favorite recipes. One problem is, everything I make from your website is DELICIOUS haha in fact, every time I cook something, Mark will rate it on a scale of 1-10…. There has never been anything under an 8 (and the 8 is only because I over-cooked something – oops!) Needless to say, that blank recipe book is going to be filled up in no time. Thank you for creating such healthy food that actually tastes amazing!! Can’t wait to hand down my recipe book full of your recipes to my future children 🙂 Cheers to healthy eating! 

  59. This looks amazing. Can you marinate this overnight?

  60. I have made this dish twice now. My husband is a very picky eater, especially when it comes to vegetables and he ate EVERYTHING! This dish is amazing and really easy to make. I used frozen salmon fillets so I had to adjust the cooking times. My husband definitely has this on his radar now when we want to eat salmon.

  61. Made this for dinner tonight and WOW. Family was raving! I made 3 fillets and doubled the teriyaki sauce anyways. Had just the right amount after it simmered and was ready to serve. 

  62. I loved this!!! Thanks for an easy, low sugar teriyaki. Will be making this again, maybe with chicken thighs next time.

  63. I had to take a break to post a comment, this might be one of my favorite recipes you’ve posted! I just gobbled it for lunch and I’m so glad that I meal prep kit for my lunches for the week!

  64. This recipe is great for salmon, chicken and veggies. I love using the leftover marinade as a glaze. Heating it up to kill any bacteria and it does thicken nicely. I don’t use sesame oil so I left it out and no issues. Thank you for anot her winning recipe.

  65. I made this dish tonight and it was absolutely fabulous. Will definitely make it again. Thanks you Gina !

  66. Thanks, Gina. We are trying this tonight… We’ll see what our 3 little one think!

  67. Can you suggest an alternative to sesame oil? One of my children is allergic to sesame and so I have to omit it from all recipes. Thank you!

  68. As delicious as promised!! I didn’t like the wild salmon at the fish counter so I substituted cod fish. Was great!  I think next time I’m going to add some onion to roast with the other veggies because there will be a next time. Thanks Gina!!!

  69. You mention unseasoned rice vinegar. I only have seasoned on hand. Am I better to use cider vinegar over seasoned rice vinegar? Thank you!

  70. We had this tonight and I think it’s the best fish I’ve ever had!

  71. How about other fish, some in my family do not like salmon

  72. Hi Gina! So it took me a long time before I figured out the cut of the salmon you use in your recipes. It looks like you take a filet, cut it in half and turn it on its side to cook. I’ve never done that. I’ve always cut it (if necessary) and cooked it skin side down. Is there any particular reason you prefer to cook the cut filet on the side?

  73. What other vegetables would you recommend with this?

    Thanks!!

  74. Made this tonigh, loved it! So easy!

  75. I made this recipe last night and it was SO good! I did have to cook the salmon for about 15 min. so it would be fully cooked through.

  76. I made this for my husband and I tonight and it was DELICIOUS!!!!! I’ve been hooked on Skinnytaste recipes for years but this week for the new year I decided to try all new ones for the week-wenare now 3 for 3 as every single recipe has been AMAZING!!! 

  77. This was delicious!! Cooked perfectly.  Will definitely make again.  Thanks Gina!

  78. How much longer would you bake it if the salmon is frozen? Must you thaw it first you think?

    thanks!

  79. Looks really good. My friend goes to the gym five times a week to gain muscles he needs to eat a lot of protein, this amazing recipe of cooking salmon is one of the best for him. Thank you!

  80. Made this tonight and it was delicious and our 9 year old daughter loved it too! I didn’t seem to have enough marinade sauce to pour over the fish after I took it out from the oven and will need to make more next time. I used the exact quantities of ingredients in the recipe. But def delicious and will be making it again. Thank you!

  81. Made this the other night for the family and it was a huge hit! So easy, too. Thank you!! It will be a regular.

  82. Is it ok to marinate overnight? This will save me time when I come home from work and can just pop the salmon in the oven. Thanks. 

  83. I used this marinade for salmon last night and it was delicious. I just poured it all of the marinade on my fish without reserving any. . Instead of reserving the marinade after marinating my fish, I would simply make a double batch and save some aside prior to marinading….that is because I am super paranoid about food poisoning. That said, the marinade was outstanding and I had all the ingredients on hand. I will be making this as a regular now. I love sheet pan dinners! I used fennel and instead of juggling my one pan, I simply put my veggies on one pan and my fish on another. I never put my sheet pans away as I use them daily. This is great for those who only have one pan. Thank you and I love your blog. I have made many of your recipes! Have a good holiday!

  84. I don’t eat fish – could I sub in chicken breasts instead of salmon?

  85. Made this and added some fresh chopped garlic in, deliciousness!

  86. This looks really good … my family however does not like salmon (though I love it!). Wondering if I can apply the same marinade/ process to chicken breast? Much thanks in advance.

  87. If you do cook the salmon prior to baking it, what are the instructions? Thanks!

  88. Is it ok to use the marinade again after the raw fish was in it? Does heating it make it ok to use?

  89. 1 tablespoon seems like a lot of sesame oil for just the vegies. Is that correct?

  90. This looks delicious! Your Greek sheet pan chicken from your cookbook is a favourite meal in my house!

  91. Is there an easy substitution for rice vinegar?

  92. We have been doing something very similar with your maple soy glazed salmon recipe – this week we enjoyed it with some roast carrots, sweet potato and cauliflower (which had been in the oven roasting for about 20 mins while the salmon marinated). We tossed the veggies with ginger, garlic, soy and olive oil before roasting – and it was all so delicious. Will have to give this a try!