Recipe by McCormick® Gourmet Collection®
"The zesty, aromatic flavor of Wasabi, a traditional sushi accompaniment, lends its spark to grilled salmon and a crunchy go-with slaw."
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McCormick® Gourmet Collection® Wasabi Powder
seasoned rice vinegar
packed brown sugar
McCormick® Gourmet Collection® Sesame Seed, toasted
coarsely chopped Chinese (napa) or savoy cabbage
chopped red radishes
roasted, salted sunflower kernels
1 1/4 pounds
salmon fillet or 4 small salmon steaks
This one is a keeper! It was quick, easy and got rave reviews from my husband and our friends. The wasabi was great in the slaw. Next time I may add some lime to the dressing for a little zing. The dressing/glaze didn't seem to do much for the fish. Next time I'll probably add a little more brown sugar or some honey before glazing the salmon just to give it a little more flavor and color. Overall, great though!
The salmon in this recipe was average. We used fresh salmon steaks so the fish was tasty. The slaw reminded me a lot of those oriental cabbage salads made with coleslaw mix, crushed ramen noodles, sunflower seeds, etc. The wasabi did kick it up a notch, though. A good meal.
Well, well, well this one was a hard one to rate. It was an okay recipe with an okay outcome, BUT what I'm wondering is: if the salmon was marinated in the wasabi mixture would it have more of a "hot" taste. On the slaw the dressing was great, in fact my husband loved it, he said "it would be better without the seeds". For the slaw, I cheated and used "Pearson" oriental stir fry, which consists of a mixture of chopped Napa, Bok Choy, celery, waterchestnuts & carrots. It is found by the pre-packaged salads. Came out excellent. The fish on the other hand didn't have the hottness that I had hoped. It was yummy, but not as I expected. Like I said, marinating the fish may give it 5 stars, but recipe as is = barely a 4. Thanks.
"GREAT" Receipe for those who "LOVE" hot!!!! I just LOVE this receipe & it is easy so try it if you like "HOT"!!!! You'll have to take this receipe with a grain of salt!!! Just a fraize on words!!!
This was an absolute hit with my room mate and I we love Salmon, we love Wasabi, and this was just the recipe I was looking for!
The wasabi glaze on the salmon was delicious! Had a great flavor but not TOO spicey for those who are worried about the wasabi. I highly reccomend this recipe!
The salmon I could take or leave. The slaw was awesome and I've made it separately many times since.
We weren't crazy about this. The wasabi sauce was pleasant on the salmon - it mellowed a little during the grilling - but we didn't like it on the 'slaw.' This was nice for a change, but I doubt I would make it again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sesame Grilled Salmon with Wasabi Slaw
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 226
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