Salmon on Greens with Lime-Ginger Dressing

  • chooper1 Posted: 05/25/11
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    Wow! Can't believe I'm the first person to rate this recipe! I've been making it for years and absolutely love it. Simple and delicious. Perfect for a summer evening! I sometimes use strawberries instead of mango and they are great, as well!

  • mja489 Posted: 07/10/11
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    for a recipe so simple with few ingredients this was outstanding. Great flavor - we loved the dressing with the mango. Needed only a great crusty bread to go with it. I did use wild Coho salmon and we grilled the salmon. Fantastic.

  • pdxoxs Posted: 02/19/13
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    I agree with the other reviews, the dressing is quite delicious, as both a salmon dressing and for salads. For this recipe I used a 2 lb Coho Salmon which resulted in extra fish, and ended up having to use some pre-squeezed lime because I found that the limes I bought were not sufficient for even the original amount. Oddly, I forgot to add salt, but it was still delicious. My one tip for this meal is don’t be disheartened if you crisp/ burn the top of the fish because it actually tastes really good. Not that I would suggest cooking the top until completely black, but the caramelized topping was unexpectedly delicious.

  • wiggieje Posted: 08/21/12
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    I make this one a lot. It's pretty easy to put together and one of those meals that just feels good going down. Give this one a try, you'll love it.

  • Mistie Posted: 08/26/12
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    This is the best, easiest thing I've ever made! I've served it to potential boyfriends with great success! ;)

  • defbev Posted: 04/20/12
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    Quick to prepare and a thrill for your taste buds! I'll be making this one alot.

  • maryagill Posted: 09/07/13
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    Love this recipe! I've made it several times for guests and everybody loves it! Can make up the dressing the day before to cut down on time and cleaning up sticky lime juice. Real limes are a must!


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