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Pan-fried Salmon with Walnut and Lime Salsa



This is a very simple recipe with only a few ingredients but producing a good result. What you need is a piece of  Salmon fillet, pan-fry it, drizzle on some lime salsa, top up with some chopped walnuts and  a sprinkling of coriander leaves..... and you're done!





Recipe for Baked Salmon with Walnut and Lime Salsa

Ingredients for the lime salsa
  • 5 limau kasturi leaves
  • 40 gm walnuts, lightly roasted and chopped
  • 1 red chilli, chopped
  • 1 onion, finely chopped
  • 1 Tbsp lime juice
  • Coriander leaves, chopped
  • Salt to taste
Mix all the above ingredients for the salsa.

Method
  1. Marinate the Salmon fillet with some seasalt on both sides.  
  2. Pan-fry, skin down for 2 mins. and flip over and pan-fry for another 2 mins. on medium low heat.
  3. Pour on the salsa, add the walnuts.
  4. Serve





Comments

  1. Hi Cheah ,
    The recipe looks so easy ... love salmon {any fish} the salsa is what makes it rock . thanks for sharing :) .

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  2. Cheah, I love salmon very much as it is easy to cook and healthy. Your salmon dish looks very delicious and makes my mouth watering :D

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    1. I made this again last week and it was well received. Used Cod fillet instead of Salmon.

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  3. Simple and delicious! Just the way I like it, Cheah. I adore Salmon!!!

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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  4. Cheah, this looks utterly delicious and nutritious as well!

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  5. Cheah, that looks delicious! And a very healthy meal :)

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  6. great article
    thanks for sharing

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  7. Hi Cheah, great idea serving the salmon with this salsa. I love the walnuts added. Would the salsa be good for steamed fish?

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    1. Maybe can try it out, Kimmy. Add in the Salsa once the fish is steamed. I want to try too.

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  8. Simply delicious ! The salsa on its own sounds fantastic :D

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  9. WOw! Simple yet the flavors must be great! looks so good!

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  10. when i read the limau kasturi here, i know these salsa must be so aromatic in flavour!

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  11. Hi Cheah,
    This is simply delicious!!
    My kids love fish especially cod and salmon.
    Love the salsa topping too. Yum! Yum!
    mui

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  12. I just love pan-fried salmon... the lime salsa would be simply perfect to complement it. Thanks for sharing this simple yet mouth-watering recipe, my dear. Will definitely try this!! ;)

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