We loved it! Simple, colorful, and delicious. Served baby spinach with a simple lemon, olive oil, salt and pepper spray on the side. I'd make it for a celebratory dinner, or for a date night. It just works! The recipe says to mix the peaches and onions with the dressing, but then has you grill the onions first -- so you've got to separate out the peaches after you mix them. That's the only odd flaw in the recipe, but it was simple to see what was required. Otherwise, no changes.
Gingery Salmon with Peaches
KristinKnake Posted: 07/07/10
Katie0309 Posted: 09/15/10
The flavor of this dish was delicious, although I cooked the dish on the stove and finished it in the oven. I seared the salmon on the stove and added the onion and peaches right before I added to the 400 degree oven for about 10 min. Plus I added the squeeze of a lime to the ginger mixture. Overall a great dish that I will make again for family or friends.
507sarah Posted: 08/19/10
A taste sensation! Wild salmon and in season Colorado peaches made this a BIG hit for my summer dinner party! I added a little fresh squeezed orange juice to the drizzle just for fun - we all loved it! I served it with chard straight out of the garden with garlic and sesame oil - the nuttiness was an excellent pairing. YUM YUM!
jstwil Posted: 08/24/12
Nice, solid recipe. Great flavors, REALLY easy, no complaints. I separated the onion and peach prior to seasoning to take out the 'separation' step. Very simple, and great with crusty bread and leafy greens.