Asian Salmon Roll Ups

A nice asian twist on the old salmon salad wrap!

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  • Drain oranges, reserving 2 tablespoons of the liquid.
  • Chop enough oranges to equal 1/2 cup and reserve the remaining oranges for a tossed green salad (which you should have on the side).
  • Place the salmon in a medium bowl. Add green onions, peanut butter, 1 tablespoon of the soy sauce, lemon juice, garlic and ginger; mix well.
  • Spoon a portion of the salmon filling on each tortilla; wrap and serve. In a small bowl, combine remaining 1/4 cup soy sauce, reserved Mandarin orange liquid and vinegar; mix well and serve as a dipping sauce.
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"A nice asian twist on the old salmon salad wrap!"
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  1. Lille
    A great variation on salmon salad, nicely balanced flavours. This is from a website/email list called www.savingdinner.com.
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  2. msmia
    Made for PAC Fall '07 This is delicious!! A wonderful combination of flavors: an occasional sweet burst from the orange, a subtle peanut flavor throughout, just the right amount of salty soy. Very different from the usual salmon salad and totally right!! Thanks for a great recipe. WARNING: when I calculated the cals for myself (including a 70 calorie whole wheat tortilla) each serving has 254 cals and I had 2 servings for lunch - more than I would like for a single meal. So be sure to pair this w/ a salad or broth soup to complete the meal and keep the calorie count low.
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  3. Darrinw2001
    A nice asian twist on the old salmon salad wrap!
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