This is an excellent "garnish" type salsa, outstanding to compliment your dish. This packs some serious flavor combination, and is also filling. I used this as the "vegetable" portion of my dinner instead of making an additional side dish and it more than sufficed!
rachelracen Posted: 12/21/08
Splendorio Posted: 11/29/11
Hands down one of the best meals I've ever made. My family loved it !
Katy27 Posted: 05/18/12
Sooooo easy....and sooo delicious!!!
BullyMom Posted: 12/04/12
I rarely cook salmon since I'm not a big fan of it, but it came time to satisfy my rare craving for this fish. I stumbled upon this recipe and it looked like it would go well with a citrusy salmon - and let me tell you - it sure did! I made a couple of changes: used parsley instead of cilantro (we hate cilantro), faked a red wine vinegar by mixing a bit of cider vinegar with white wine, I also added some orange juice (from a half an orange), because I thought the whole thing was a bit too limey. I then pulse it in my food processor, to get a finer chop than what the recipe calls for. The salsa went fantastic with the salmon! We will definitely be making more salmon in the future, thanks to this delicious garnish.
PKcookin Posted: 06/29/14
Good recipe. I used parsley instead of cilantro because I am not a fan. But it then didn't have the extra flavor cilantro would have added. It went very nicely with salmon but I can see it being quote good with a good pork shoulder steak as well.
stellacorona Posted: 07/05/14
very refreshing! threw in some finely chopped celery too. was great with the salmon. probably dip the leftovers with tostitos!