Super Easy Alaska Teriyaki Salmon

Easy and fresh teriyaki salmon recipe
Course Main Dish
Cuisine American


  • 2-3 salmon filets
  • 4 Tbsp teriyaki sauce
  • 4 Tbsp hoisin sauce
  • 4 Tbsp soy sauce
  • 2 Tbsp white vinegar
  • 1 Tbsp sesame oil
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 2 garlic gloves; minced
  • 2 Tbsp ginger
  • 4 green onions; chopped


  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl.
  • Place salmon in a baking dish and cover with the sauce mixture.
  • Bake for 20 minutes and top with green onions.


This post was sponsored by Alaska Seafood as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
I love to try new recipes that are easy to throw together on a week day.  In this new year, I am really focusing on eating healthier food that benefit my body, and salmon has so many benefits.
It is so important to be aware of the foods that enter our bodies, and Alaska salmon is the best out there. Seafood from Alaska is always sustainable and wild. You can rest assured that any species of Alaska seafood you eat is sustainably caught, including delicious Alaska pollock, salmon, crab, halibut, cod and more.  Alaska is proud to be the nation’s largest source of domestic seafood.  It’s amazing that nearly 60 percent of all the wild seafood harvested in the U.S. comes from the pristine waters of Alaska.
I wasn’t aware that Alaska is the only state with sustainability written into its constitution, and they work with many organizations at the state, federal and international level to set sustainable fishery management methods that uphold Alaska’s high standards.
Alaska seafood is harvested in season by proud fishermen that come from families that have been fishermen for generations.
Now that you know this information, you may want to make sure that this is what you are eating when you are in a restaurant as well.  All you have to do is “#AskForAlaska.” Ask for Alaska at the seafood counter, dining hall or local restaurant, and look for “Alaska” on frozen and canned seafood packaging as well as menus.
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Once I learned all of this information about where my food is coming through, I made a point to make sure that I read the labels when I’m at the grocery store.  I want my family to have the best food possible that will benefit their bodies, and asking for Alaska is a way that I do that. The Dietary Guidelines of America suggests that the average American should consume 8 oz of seafood a week because of all the health and nutritional benefits.
Seafood from Alaska is the perfect choice for protein that is naturally loaded with minerals, vitamins and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
I love the mixtures of sweet and salty flavors.  This recipe is great over rice, a salad or by itself.  We will definitely be making this recipe more often.
This Alaska teriyaki salmon recipe was super easy to throw together for my family, and I had all the ingredients on hand to make this simple sauce.  This is great for a weeknight dinner or a special night with your loved one.
Recipe is below! Happy Cooking!
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