Salmon with Strawberry Salsa

This recipe is similar to the Clementine Salmon I made a few months back (same blog suggested strawberries!). I decided as suggested on the WC board to swap out the clementines for strawberries. To complete the salsa I still used green onions, but kiwi instead of tomatoes. This made for a very light and refreshing meal. Strawberries are so good right now and this is another one of our go to meals!

ENJOY!

Ingredients:

2 salmon steaks or thick fillets

Salt and pepper to season salmon

Lime juice enough to brush on salmon

8-9 medium strawberries chopped

1 small kiwi skinned and chopped

2 green onions chopped

EVOO for pan to cook salmon

Directions:

Mix kiwi, strawberries, and onions. Set aside and let flavors mix together.

Heat evoo in pan. Once warm add salmon already brushed with lime juice and seasoned with salt and pepper. Lime juice side down. Cook 4-5 minutes or until half way cooked. While cooking brush rest of lime juice on uncooked side and season with s &p. Flip. Cook another 4-5 minutes or until completely cooked.

Top with salsa and serve with veggies!

 

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5 Comments on “Salmon with Strawberry Salsa”

  1. bakingblonde says:

    You always have such yummy fish recipes! I really need to start buying more fish so I can try these!

  2. Emily says:

    This sounds delicious! We’re having a WIN A SUMMER OF WILD SALMON CONTEST and mailing the winner of the best salmon recipe 15 lbs. of wild salmon. We’d love to have you enter this recipe or another favorite as well as help us spread the word about the contest. Recipes can be entered at http://marxfoods.com. Thanks! Emily

  3. katie102006 says:

    What a GREAT idea! This looks so wonderfully fresh and amazing!

  4. Amy says:

    I’m really excited about this recipe, and I hope DH is a fan too. Thanks!

  5. Amy says:

    We had this tonight. I don’t love salmon, but the fruit made it much better. DH Loves salmon, so he enjoyed it too. Thanks for the recipe!


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