5 Reviews

Nothing better for a weekday meal than a 30 minute or less meal in one pot! (Okay, so we do a little steaming of the veggies first in the microwave, but no biggie, still easy clean up). :)
I kept to the recipe as stated, but only had green parts of the onions on hand so I doubled the amount for flavor.

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2Bleu April 12, 2011

My husband and I loved this recipe. I used regular coconut milk (instead of the light version), and it was delicious. I also had to sub zucchini for asparagus, but everything was super tender and the flavors complimented each other nicely. Yum!

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Chef Convivia January 25, 2010

This is just great. I was looking for a way to shake up how I generally prepare salmon, and this is a perfect solution. I love how tender and delicious the veggies came out. I served it over a bed of spinach, which wilted nicely under the heat of the salmon and sauce and made a lovely presentation and great flavor. I like my veggies crisp, so I omitted the pre-cooking step, and found them to be perfect that way. I omitted the salt (personal preference). Thank you for sharing this!

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Starrynews September 19, 2009

WOW, this is excellent. I loved this and will be making again. Made a tasty and healthy lunch. Made as directed only used less salt (my personal preference). ZWT5

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Thymestudio May 16, 2009

This is a delightfully different one dish meal. Additional asparagus and carrots were added and I found that it wasn't necessary to precook them. They were done in the amount of time that it took the salmon to cook. Made for *ZWT 2009*

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PaulaG May 12, 2009
Salmon and Asparagus With Coconut Sauce