Here is a recipe that has become a favorite of mine. It doesn't have a name because it is a recipe of my own, but I just call it BBQ or Baked Salmon, depending on how I cook it.
I add more or less of any of these depending on what I feel like at the time. If we want it spicy, I add more Sriracha. If we want it over rice, I add more of this teriyaki or soy sauce.
To taste: (brackets are what I use or sometimes substitute)
chile sauce (Sriracha and Mae Ploy)
ginger ( powder)
garlic ( 2 cloves, pressed)
brown sugar (teriyaki sauce)
green onions (onion powder)
I mix up enough sauce to coat two portions of salmon, wrap them in tinfoil crimped along the opening, and BBQ 4-5 minutes per side or bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. My favorite is the BBQ, because it blackens part of the salmon and spices and it is so yummy! Serve with more warmed sauce, rice or potatoes and some sort of vegetable. I love green beans with butter, salt, pepper and a bit of lime juice.