Recipe by Mrs. Dash®
"For a delicious dinner any day of the week, sprinkle Mrs. Dash® Original Blend on salmon fillets brushed with pineapple juice. Then add ginger and diced peppers and let the tastiness begin."
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Mrs. Dash® Original Blend
4 (4 ounce)
diced green peppers
diced red peppers
canned crushed pineapple, juice reserved
finely chopped fresh ginger
We thought this was very good. After reading the other reviews I decided to leave the ginger out all together (I didn't have any fresh ginger anyway). The salsa was lovely! And the Mrs. Dash was perfect for salmon. I will definatley make again (and try it with the ginger). Also we think the salsa would go great with grilled pork chops.
This sounded and looked really tasty. The salmon came out fine but a little bland. The Salsa was terrible - way too much ginger. If you want to attempt this use about one third of the recipe for the ginger and/or taste as you go. Maybe just my wife and I tastes but this was not for us.
Im not seafood fan, but i wanted to try and make this for my Family, they are seafood people. Salsa was good but adding less ginger next time. I had to taste the fish and i felt it needed more salt bcus it tasted a little plain. Family liked it but not a favorite.
The salsa from this recipe is very good and very simple. My wife didn't feel like it was a great pair for the fish. I would give it four stars, she would give it two. So we're collectively giving it three.
We really thought this was good. I do not use Mrs. Dash but did my own herb mix. I also grated the ginger into our salsa to our own tastes. It was probably about 1 tsp. The salsa seemed really potent on it's own but atop the salmon we liked it.
With my adjustments--instead of diced red and green peppers I used a cerrano and a jalapeno with their seeds and used a bit less grated ginger than called for. It was very good, easy to make and I also think it would be good on a grilled pork chop.
This was a delicious dish for the family, plus ready in no time. My salmon fillets were very thin. so I shortened the cooking time. Plus, I substituted the chicken stock with white wine-delicious.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked Salmon with Pineapple Salsa
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 112
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