What a great way to fix salmon! The "coolness" of the relish complemented the bit of heat on the salmon perfectly! I grilled my salmon on the BBQ, so it had a bit of smokiness to it also. I think the rub and salsa would also work with halibut, and chicken breasts. Made for ZWT 7.
I'm pretty sure I could eat that relish on everything! It would make a wonderful change from regular salsa! I did sub red bell for the yellow and balsamic vinegar for the wine vinegar because that's what I had, and I tossed in some minced red onion in addition to the green onion. This is wonderful stuff. I really enjoyed the orange juice. The salmon was also very good and flavorful. I let it rest with the rub for 4 hours and then simply popped it under the broiler as I thought it would really make the brown sugar into a perfect glaze...and it did! Definitely a keeper!
this fish is great, even though I skipped some of the seaoning -- out of paprika and brown sugar (used white sugar) and used only 1/2 tsp of chili powder. I cooked the fish in a grill pan on top of the stove and turned out great!Thanks for sharing!
I baked the salmon in the oven. The spices with the brown sugar gives the salmon a wonderful taste. The relish goes so well with the salmon. This is a great recipe that I will do often. Thanks sofie :) Made for ZWT9
What a Winner!!! My DS wanted to barbecue salmon and this recipes was perfect. The rub was delicious and the relish tasted so fresh and light. Made for ZWT8.
Delicious! My favorite part of this recipe was the relish; absolutely wonderful and fresh. The rub mix is very nice and gives the salmon a nice flavor. If you prep the rub and the relish ahead of time, this salmon can be done in a flash. Nice enough to serve to guests. :)
I made this without the relish and it made PERFECT salmon! Probably the best salmon recipe yet!
Nicely flavored salmon! The rub and relish worked very well together and made this a very enjoyable fish dish. Thanks for sharing! ZWT7