So delicious! A delicate balance between tangy and sweet!
However, I took the lazy way out..or as I prefer to call it "energy efficient"..LOL! I didn't marinade the salmon, I just cooked it all up together. Added a bit more lime juice because we like limes. Didn't have cilantro (rats!) or sesames...so I can imagine the flavor would be even more wonderful with them! Will have to try again with all ingredients.
Thanks Nanunanu! :)
Improvising with what i had handy, i only let it marinade for 30mins, used lemon and parsley rather than lime and cilantro, and it was fantastic. Pretty easy too. Thank you!
I loved this marinade - after the salmon was done, I reduced the sauce down to a glaze, and served it over the fish. I think it will be even better with chicken or duck. Thanks for sharing the recipe, NN!
Excellent flavour! Fast and easy too. We substituted dry ginger for fresh, and lemon for the lime. (going with what was on hand) Turned out great, I highly recommend this recipe.
Simple prep for salmon with an Asian flare. We omitted the chow mein noodles and served with Asian-style Green Beans (Asian-Style Green Beans). Hubby thought it was a great meal.
Fantastic!! best of all my 4 yr old and 8 yr old came back for thirds.I almost fell off my chair.Normaly these kids need at least coaxing when fish is on the menu. Thanks for posting this great recipe.We served it with garlic roasted potatoes and asparagus.
Great recipe! The sauce has wonderful flavors from the ginger and cilantro. Be careful with cooking the salmon, it cooks very fast in the pan.
excellent and easy. my five-year-old loved, it too. great recipe.
An excellent quick and easy dinner. The sauce had a remarkably delicious flavor--nice and tangy. I marinated for 1 hour and served the salmon over angel hair pasta. Kids and husband loved it too. Thanks for sharing this.
What a tasty dish! So fresh tasting! I marinated for an hour and a half and served it over rice. A very easy dish to make and a terrific starter for those just learning to cook fish!