This Salmon recipe was really solid! The salsa was amazing but I would suggest you make it first, put it in the fridge to cool down and then start your Salmon bc it takes quite a few to cut up all of the veggies. The salmon had a great flavor. I put the spices in a zip lock and tossed them in there to coat them. The only problem I had was that when I cooked them on Med/High, the spices tend to burn and so next time I will cook them on Med. Overall great recipe. I also took another cook's advice and went with the Cilantro Lime Rice. It was a nice side dish to tie all of the food together! Will make again for sure!
Good, solid recipe (though not complex enough to "need" a recipe again if I wanted to make in the future). The salsa has a nice clean & crisp contrast to the meaty fish; ate more as a side then "with" the fish. Next time, I'll add some salt and avocado to the salsa mixture for a little more punch. Served with jalapeno mashed potatoes for a nice flavor profile. I would definitely make again as it's easy, quick and simple on a busy weeknight. Using the grill when it's nice out makes clean-up even better; enjoy!
made it this evening, though we dont have salmon in north india, i used Sole sea fish . It worked , juicy and flavors,
awesome! added green and yellow peppers to the red. cucumber too. made a great chip salsa with the leftovers !!!!
Made this last night & it was so delicious. My hubby usually doesnt eat fish but he really liked this!!
Both my husband and I were in awe as to how tasty this dish is. Felt like we were out in a fancy restaurant only I was the chef. A definite keeper!!
it was pretty delish!
I made this for Valentine's Day, and to top it off, I cut little hearts out of the red peppers and put those on top of the salsa on top of the salmon. I served it with roasted beets (which I also cut into heart shapes) and buttermilk biscuits (yes, also hearts). It was a big hit with my family of four.
Delicious!! The only way my husband will eat salmon! It is fabulous!
This is one of my go to recipes now for a healthy meal! I recommend buying fresh salmon (i think that always makes a big difference) and it's better with super ripe tomatoes which can be tough in the winter. It's got a great flavor. I've served it with cilantro rice - just add cilantro/lime to taste! YUM YUMY YUM!
This was incredibly good! I increased the amount of tomato (seeded, which the recipe didn't call for)in the salsa, & broiled the salmon for about 14 minutes. I was worried that the spice rub would be too hot for the kids, but they really liked it (I did use ancho chili instead of chipolte). I would definitely make this again, serve to guests & put it in our regular rotation, especially in the summer with fresh peppers & tomatoes.
This was fantastic. I grilled the red bell pepper before chopping it up for the salsa and served the whole thing with rice; that was it! :) It's fantastic and I would totally make it for company. Now if only salmon were cheaper, it would be a regular dish in our household.