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2 Canadian salmon filets, 1 inch thick
¼ cup of Canadian maple syrup
1 clove minced garlic
juice of a ¼ lemon
½ teaspoon of olive oil
salt and pepper

Preheat your broiler.

Mix syrup, lemon juice, garlic, salt and pepper in a bowl. Dip the salmon in the bowl coating it well.

Put some aluminum foil in your broiling pan and grease with olive oil. Put the salmon filets on the foil skin side down and pour any remaining syrup mixture. Put some more freshly ground pepper on top.

Broil for 8 to 10 minutes in the 2nd to lowest rack until flaky and done. If your fish is thicker than an inch, and still not done after 12 minutes, turn off the broiler and let sit in the leftover heat for 5 more minutes. If you leave the broiler on longer than 12 minutes the syrup mixture might start burning.

Serves 2.


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