Potato and Double-Horseradish Salmon

  • JJ1916ohio Posted: 04/15/09
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    This recipe just didn't wow me. Maybe because I like really strong flavors and for me they didn't seem to come through which was surprising considering it was horseradish and wasabi. I might actually try this again and skip the pan fry and potato crusting part. I'll just bake it using the mustard as a glaze and see if that makes any difference.

  • Belladonna714 Posted: 02/11/10
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    This recipe was very good. However, I agree with another reviewer that the horseradish flavor is very mild. I used instant potato latke mix which gave it a wonderful crust. Would definitely make a potato crusted salmon again but would probably try another recipe, one hopefully with a little more flavor.

  • CarlaBillups Posted: 04/18/11
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    We loved this! For my significant other, it was just the right amount of wasabi and horseradish...for me I like it a bit stronger. I just used some of the leftover spread as a dipping sauce! This will definitely be a repeat in our home.

  • palusami1 Posted: 05/25/11
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    I used all the ingredients listed and added 1 tbsp of soy sauce with the first 4 ingredients and it was ono (delicious)

  • wonderwab Posted: 10/13/12
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    Both my husband and I loved this recipe. I used the regular instant potato flakes, and it came out with a nice crust on it. In regards to the horseradish: the mixture was quite spicy prior to applying to the salmon, but after baking, I thought it had a nice flavor of wasabi/horseradish/mustard, without being overpowering

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