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Salmon Sashimi



This is going to be the shortest post in my blog, with no recipe, nothing, just follow your heart!  Bought some fresh Salmon fillet from Victoria Market during my recent holiday in Melbourne, slice them up, arrange them on a platter of mixed salad tossed in balsamic vinegar and olive dressing and that's it, value for money .......  Salmon Sashimi !
 


 Dip the succulent Salmon into some wasabi mixed with some light soya and you're on Cloud 9 ....... Yummy!


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  1. I am on Cloud 9 too just virtual feasting them LOL! I love salmon !

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  2. Beautiful click with no recipe! I love salmon sashimi, can finish the whole plate of yours :)

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    1. Thank you Ann. That was only half of what I ate :)

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  3. Cheah, it looks so delicious! I love salmon sashimi a lot :)

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    1. Yes, and they were so fresh and cheaper compared to what I get back here.

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  4. Hi Cheah, welcome home. These salmon fillets look so fresh and hmm with vinegar and salad, must be really appetising.

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  5. Love salmon a lot! The sashimi looks really inviting.

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  7. I'm loving it :) Your salmon shashimi looks yummy!
    ~kitmei (^-^)

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  8. Hi Cheah,
    I miss Victoria Market. Lots to see and lots to buy there.
    Your Salmon Sashimi looks so fresh, I love this too.
    YUM YUM!!
    mui

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