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Mango Salsa Salmon

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Ingredients

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3 tbsp olive oil
6 oz salmon steaks
1 red onion —diced
2 tomatoes — diced
2 mangoes — peeled, seeds removed, and diced
1 sprig coriander leaves — chopped

Nutritional information

493
calories
24 g
carbohydrates
35 g
protein
28.8 g
fat
107 mg
sodium
99 mg
cholesterol

Mango Salsa Salmon

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
    • 30 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    Mango Salsa Salmon is an absolutely delicious and incredibly colorful dish that will make for a lovely visual treat for the eyes and the taste buds too! Mango and tomato salsa over the crispy and well-cooked salmon makes a great celebration or party meal. It looks vibrant and colorful, tastes delicious and can be prepared quickly too.

    Health Benefits

    Mangoes are a rich source of vitamin C, pectin, and fiber and including it in your diet helps keep your skin great too.

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    How to make Mango Salsa Salmon

    • Preheat your oven broiler and line a pan with foil.
    • Broil the salmon steaks on the pan above for 12 minutes until they flake when you use a fork.
    • Place a saucepan over medium heat and add olive oil. Add the onion and sauté till they turn tender.
    • Add tomatoes, garlic, and coriander leaves while stirring.
    • Cook for 2 minutes and remove the pan off flame. Add the mangoes and serve this over the salmon steaks.

    This salmon tastes amazing with cilantro lime cauliflower rice. The salsa salmon works great with a salad that has a lime dressing.

    Trivia

    • Did you know Atlantic salmon have an extremely powerful sense of smell and can, in fact, detect a single drop of scent in a gigantic area the size of 10 Olympic-sized pools?
    • Salmon are not only your favorite— they’re the favorite of the Grizzlies too! Grizzly bears are known to feast on salmon when the latter move upstream.

    Susan White

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