Brown Sugar Salmon with Strawberries
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling Grill: 10 min.
Makes4 servings (2 cups relish)
My husband and I love salmon...We've been enjoying a bumper crop of strawberries from my little organic garden...saw this recipe and had to try it. SO GLAD I DID! Absolutely delicious! Will make again...and again! Thanks very much!
Fresh tasting! Excellent for spring.
Fantastic recipe! I don't have a grill so I placed the salmon under the broiler until cooked. Was amazing!
This delicious dish was our first attempt at grilling fish - came out pretty good too! We appreciated the fact that the recipe mentioned to oil the grill first. Our salmon took about 18 minutes to cook. The edges were crusty and delicious. Loved the brown sugar topping. The relish was good also. I almost think I'd like the relish without the strawberries to get all the sweetness from the brown sugar - a nice contrast to the cucumbers. Will definitely make this again.
This was amazing - especially the salmon!
My husband, who is a picky eater, loved this recipe! It was very easy to make. I had to make one change, though. I'm allergic to citrus. So instead of lemon juice and peel, I used sour salt or citric acid for that lemony taste. I would definitely make this for dinner party!
My whole family LOVED this (including 11 and 9 year old kids)! I pretty much followed the recipes exactly (except that I didn't have mint). BBQ'd the salmon (one large 1.3 lb fillet from Costco) on the grill (benefit of living in Southern CA in April) and it was perfect. My husband said "Save this recipe to make again". Thank you!
I changed the recipe a little!I baked the salmon, instead of grilling it, because, fish sticks really bad to the grill. It does not matter which kind.The relish, I used corn instead of Cucumbers, since they bother my stomach.Also, I did not used mint, I used cilantro instead. I omitted the sugar on the relish and the salt on the salmon. I used Splenda brown sugar, and I used about 1/8 cup.
It was amazing! Definitely make again.