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Yum Jewelies, really enjoyed this one! I couldn't get fresh mango so used a 425g tin of mango, I slowly added the juice to the food processor and tasted along the way and found about half the juice from the tin was to my liking. I really enjoyed the fresh mint taste, however some not so keen on it might like to add smaller amounts and taste along the way.
Very yummy, simple but different way to serve salmon. My mango wasn't very sweet at all, so I added a spoonful of sugar. It still was a bit too tangy for me ... I think it could be the brand of yogurt I used. I also used coriander/cilantro instead of mint. I think it would be better with mint, as written. All up, a really lovely meal.
This is an easy, slightly different way to prepare salmon, one of our favorite foods. I used frozen mango chunks, so wasn't sure exactly how much = 1 mango, but I took my best shot at it. I made this exactly as directed, except that I added just a bit of garam marsala to the sauce, and used lemon instead of lime on the fish, as my lime was too old. The sauce makes a ton. I think when I make this next time, I will cut the sauce recipe in half.
I'm not fond of mint so I subbbed cilantro. I thought it was great that way. I enjoyed this and Dh went absolutely nuts for it. I made 12 oz of fillet and the full dressing recipe. Now I need to figure out what to do with the leftover dressing. I have a feeling it's going to be breakfast. Really good.
I was pleasantly surprised at how good this was! I didn't have the yogurt so used sour cream. I halved the recipe and broiled the salmon. I also used dried mint(about a tbls.) My mango wasn't very sweet so I added a tsp. of sugar.I know this will be even better with fresh mint and yogurt. Thanks Jewelies for a lovely, different dinner!