Recipe by SAXONY
"Smoked salmon, tomato and onion make up this tantalizing Hawaiian salad. It's just not a luau without the lomi!"
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diced salted salmon
white onion, chopped
chopped green onion
sea salt to taste
cayenne pepper to taste
This sounds fabulous but I need to know what to serve it with. Any ideas? I appreciate any feedback I can get.
It was well liked...but make sure you have a mint handy after!
This recipe takes me home to the beach, with a kalua plate lunch. This recipe tastes best when allowed to sit in the fridge for a few hours to allow the flavors to merry. Onolicious, broke da mouth!!
This can be served with tortilla chips as a dip or for a presentation drop a spoon on lettuce leaf as a wrap, Great! I added caper's to mine & it really hit it for me.
GREAT! I added a few capers, couple drops of lemon and lime juice as well. I then served them in cucumber cups. I just took a couple cucumbers and cut them into 1 1\2 in sections. Then with small spoon or mellon baller scoop out a hollow middle so it looks like a mini bowl, fill with salmon mixture and you have bite size apps! (Great recipe even without adding the capers, and lemon and lime)
This was by far my favorite food from Hawaii. For those like me who have trouble estimating quantities in the grocery store, 2 cups diced salmon is about 12 oz (3 of the 4 oz packages was perfect). I also did not have to add any salt because the salmon was plenty salty for me. I eat this with tortilla chips, with pretzel or pita crackers, or on top of baked polenta. It's a great snack alone with some good cheese and bread as well!
Yum! Turned out great! Wish I had some poi to go with it, but will have to live with crock pot kalua pig and rice.
I'm used to the raw, minced salmon fillet so often used in Hawaii, cooked by the salsa. This one is also quite nice, and even more 'ono' with the addition of about 1/2 tsp of minced cilantro!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 10
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