Stir together cooked rice with a little lime juice (and zest, if you'd like.) Place the salmon back into the skillet and spoon the sauce all over the top. Serve with brown rice and steamed pea pods. If you don’t have fresh thyme, you can use dried or just skip it all together. Sometimes simple is best. This is a quick and tasty salmon recipe with maple syrup and soy sauce, with almost no cleanup required. Transfer the salmon to a greased baking sheet and bake at 400 degrees F until salmon is cooked through. And if you keep frozen salmon around (see the next … When I’m looking to cook smaller portions of fish (this Spicy Baked Salmon, for example, is fabulous, but it yields a larger amount than I sometimes need) or if I’m craving a fresh twist, today’s Soy Ginger Salmon is my pick.. It’s filling, lively, and the chili soy garlic sauce will dance on your taste buds. It’s just salmon, cooked in foil with butter, soy sauce, and lemon juice, with a little thyme on top. In a bowl, stir together the soy sauce, honey, balsamic, and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. How to Bake Salmon. Sprinkle with chopped cilantro, add a lime wedge, and chow down. Serve the salmon over the rice, spooning on extra sauce. Place the salmon on an oiled bailing sheet, then brush about 1/2 the glaze over the salmon. Refrigerate the salmon for 30 minutes. Place salmon in baking dish, then drizzle soy-maple glaze on top. Combine maple syrup, soy sauce and garlic in a bowl.