#FoodieFriendsFriday Linky Party 4: Peachy-Orange BBQ Sauce over Baked Salmon

Hi everyone!

I’m really excited to be a part of a group called the Food Friends Friday Linky Party! Be sure to add and send in your delicious meals that you make this week!

CONGRATULATIONS to the Top 3 Recipes picked by you!

At the #1 spot is our very own Host Marlys at This and That with her Lemon-Lime Sugar Cookies

The #2 and #3 spot go to Spatulas On Parade with the recipes for Fish Tacos and Sock It To Me Cake!

Top 3 Clicks go to:

The Most Clicks went to Spatulas on Parade for the Sock It To Me Cake!

#2 for most clicks goes to Chef Picky Kid for the Teriyaki Pulled Chicken

and #3 most clicked was: Country Girl at Home with the Chocolate Gravy


Peachy-Orange BBQ Sauce over Baked Salmon

As a request for more sides and main dishes from one of my life-long friends, I couldn’t resist! I had to bring one of my favorite best BBQ meals. This sauce is quite delicious. It tastes like a sweet and sour sauce. The first initial bite is sweet and as you swallow a tang comes in. I always put it on my fish however I’m sure it would go wonderful on meat as well! (I don’t cook meat at my house). This BBQ sauce is one of my favorites! Made from sweet summer peaches and orange marmalade this sauce is a nice sweet treat!

Ingredients for Sauce:

  • 1 onion: chopped
  • 1 teaspoon fresh ginger: minced
  • salt and pepper
  • 1/2 cup orange marmalade
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar
  • 2 Tbs orange blossom honey
  • 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 lemon: juiced
  • 5 fresh peaches

Ingredients for Fish:

  • Fish (My choice was salmon)

Recipe as follows:

1. Bring water in a pot to a boil.

2. Drop in peaches into water, return to boil.

3. Cover and simmer for five minutes.

4. Remove peached with a slotted spoon and drop into ice bath (bowl filled with ice and cold water).

5. Remove skins and chop peaches.

6. Meanwhile, add oil to a pan and cook onions over low heat.

7. Add ginger, salt and pepper.

8. Cook for 5 minutes until onions are softened.

9. Add the remaining ingredients and bring to boil.

10. Cover and simmer over low heat for 25 minutes.

Oh your kitchen should be smelling fanstastic now!

11. Using either an immersion blender or a regular blender, blend until the consistancy you desire.

It’s a pretty thick sauce. I happen to really like it that way. When I pour out a commercial bottle, that’s the consistancy I’m expecting to have! Then store in an air tight container. You can prepare this sauce the day before, then just pour and go!

Now, it just gets better from there! I used this on salmon but tomorrow, I’m dripping over some grilled shrimp! mmmm mmm mmm!

For the Salmon:

1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

2. Place foil on a baking sheet and place fish skin side down.

3. Pour sauce ontop of fish.

3. Bake for 15-20 minutes until internal temperature reaches 160 degrees.

4. Pull out and let sit for five minutes before cutting.

5. Cut and serve with your favorite sides!

Don’t go, make more room in your belly!

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  1. Cindys Recipes says:

    Hi Amber,
    Just a suggestion, its hard to find this post because it isn’t under any category. Maybe more people will find it if you put it in one of the categories in your drop down recipe menu or make a foodie friends friday tab. OTHERWISE, I’M PROUD OF YOU THAT YOU DIDN’T GIVE UP AND GOT THIS POST CREATED! Also, now I get to see that peachy bbq chicken recipe! Ha Ha! Cindy

  2. Cindys Recipes says:

    Hi Amber!
    I voted your Peachy-Orange BBQ Sauce recipe as my favorite for Foodie Friends Friday Linky Party 4! The sauce sounded so good, I wanted to try it with chicken too!

    • mamapoole says:

      You are so sweet. Thank you for putting a smile on my face Cindy! I’m sure it would be terrific on chicken, it was really yummy!!!

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