Quick, easy, delicious! I pre-cooked the bacon in the microwave first (til almost done) and only had skinless salmon. Definitely company worthy!
Easy and delicious especially with the sauce.
My salmon came out a bit dry; don't know why, probably just cooked it too long. The taste of the salmon with the bacon is quite nice. My husband and I both loved the sauce which I think would be great with chicken as well.
Really good recipe. The bacon protects the fish and makes it easier to turn over. The sauce adds a nice tang. I used maple syrup instead of honey - suites salmon better. Definitely making this a usual recipe.
This is so easy to make and has such great flavor. The bacon, while adding flavor to both the salmon and the simple sauce, also adds a crisp cap to the fish (something my family loves). I have made this for midweek dinners several times and for friends for lunch. Always a hit!
sauce was diffucult to thicken. diffucult to cook bacon without burning. loved the flaovor!
We really enjoyed this salmon dish. My husband generally does not like salmon but he gave it 2 thumbs up. The balsamic sauce gave it a special flavor. We used wild caught Pacific salmon. Very mild flavor.
excellent with fresh king salmon. we used a local lavender honey from our farmer's market, rosemary from our herb garden, and napa natural grand balsamic vinegar (18 years old). only dissent (and that, very mild): the vinegar perhaps made it a tad too sweet.
Excellent and so easy. The flavour combination of the bacon and the balsamic vinegar with the salmon is amazing. Used wild sockeye fillets without skin as this is what I had.
Made it the second time for company and they left with the recipe.