This Ginger-Teriyaki Glazed Salmon tastes fancy but is crazy simple to make. The short ingredient list and easy, 3-step process makes it a perfect recipe for busy weeknights.
Preheat oven to 350°F.
Cover the pie pan with foil (all around, for easy clean up).
Rinse and pat the salmon dry with paper towels, if needed.
Place the salmon in the prepared pie pan.
Sprinkle a little pepper evenly over the fish.
In a bowl, mix together the miso bean paste, brown sugar, and minced ginger.
Slowly pour the soy sauce into the mixture until it becomes thick and paste-like. (TIP: You may not use all of the soy sauce. Aim for paste-like consistency, not too thin or soupy. It needs to "stick" to the fish.)
Coat the fish with the glaze with a thick layer. (Try to keep it on top of the fish.)
Place the pan in the oven (center rack) and cook for 10 minutes.
Take the salmon out of the oven and raise the rack one level higher (closer to the broiler, but not all the way up).
Turn the oven on to broil.
Place pan back in the oven for a couple minutes, until the glaze is bubbly and golden. (TIP: Check the fish regularly. The glaze can burn easily.)
Remove from the oven and serve with your favorite veggies or sides.
Serve and enjoy!