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    Orange Ginger Salmon, Asian Green Beans, and a Cabbage Salad

    SarasotaCook
    Thu Nov 15, 2012 7:35 am
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    The salmon is a recipe from another site, but it is so easy (3 ingredients). Orange marmalade, fresh ginger, and soy

    The beans, They were so good the night before, I wanted to make them again. In a foil pouch with fresh ginger, fresh orange juice, a pinch of red pepper flakes, and a touch of sesame oil. I had sesame seeds and forgot to add them.

    Salad: napa cabbage, cucumber, red pepper, water chestnuts and my own sesame dressing.



    Zurie
    Thu Nov 15, 2012 10:20 am
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    Just lovely!

    I also made a bean recipe off Food.com a few nights ago ... I think it was called Chinese Green Beans ... and it was absolutely super, much like yours, but without the orange. And now I wonder what I did with the printed recipe, because I want to make it again.

    I didn't review or photograph it -- it wasn't really photogenic and the recipe had oodles of photos. Also, it was a very, very old recipe and the member is obviously not on this site any more.

    Love the 2nd photograph with the red strips of pepper!!
    SarasotaCook
    Thu Nov 15, 2012 10:27 am
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    I can't believe I forgot the sesame seeds, lol. But, thx. Yes, the beans were so simple. NO butter, or heavy oil, the OJ gave it just enough moisture, and I was really pleased on the taste.

    I thought if a side dish with something else, I may added the oranges slices right to the beans which would be really nice.
    Debbwl
    Thu Nov 15, 2012 8:16 pm
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    Ok now you did! DH is standing here drooling on my shoulder looking at your salmon which happens to one of his faves.
    SarasotaCook
    Thu Nov 15, 2012 8:37 pm
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    Thx Deb, it was so easy. I use a sugar free marmalade, low salt soy, and fresh ginger. Just mix about 1 tsp each to 1/2 cup marmalade. Season salmon with a little pepper, brush on and grill. Base a couple of times.

    This was a ODD size piece of salmon, prettier is using a steak or a nice fillet; but equally as good.

    It's a sweetier vs savory type; but a nice flavor. I use a marmalade from my Amish market so it is really fresh and good too. I have to admit, it is NOT my recipe; on another site, but it was really good.
    mickeydownunder
    Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:09 pm
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    SarasotaCook wrote:
    Thx Deb, it was so easy. I use a sugar free marmalade, low salt soy, and fresh ginger. Just mix about 1 tsp each to 1/2 cup marmalade. Season salmon with a little pepper, brush on and grill. Base a couple of times.

    This was a ODD size piece of salmon, prettier is using a steak or a nice fillet; but equally as good.

    It's a sweetier vs savory type; but a nice flavor. I use a marmalade from my Amish market so it is really fresh and good too. I have to admit, it is NOT my recipe; on another site, but it was really good.


    WHOO HOO twinie WHOO HOO Didn't know one could have sugar free marlmalade as thought all jams, jellies, marms have sugar but no ADDED sugar icon_smile.gif

    YUM!

    Another one to go too please!
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