A healthy grilled salmon served with a vibrant and fresh tropical salsa.
I think it is time to share my easy peasy, ready in 15 mins grilled salmon recipe with a tropical salsa for those days when
- Your mother in law discovers that the local shop now stocks a kilo bag of individually wrapped salmon fillets and gets you a pack to try. #foodbloggerproblems
- When you other half goes on a boy’s night and leaves you to cook for one. #lesstimecookingmoretimeonnetflix.
- When you just want to just eat spoonful’s of tropical fruit with chilli straight out of the mixing bowl.
- When you feel the need to be in the tropics but don’t have enough cash to get there. This is seriously the next best thing.
- When you want to pretend that you are at the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
- When your best friend comes to stay, and is on some random made up diet, and the only thing you can serve him is fish and fruit.
- When you need to spice up your lunches.
- Add any other reason you can think of here.
It is healthy, drool worthy and tastes great. What’s not to like? So – grilled salmon served with a huge helping of some mango and pineapple salsa. Go. Make. Some. Now. And please share any images with me on Instagram.
Ps if I was making this in Sierra Leone, I would use a fish like snapper instead.
This grilled salmon with a tropical salsa recipe first appeared in Superfood Summer Vitality 2016.
Sierra Leone flavours – is the spot on my blog where I share both traditional Sierra Leonean recipes and West African fusion recipes.
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Grilled Salmon With a Tropical Salsa
For the Tropical Salsa
- 300 g (10.5oz) mango chunks diced
- 300 g (10.5oz) pineapple chunks diced
- Lime juice to taste
- 2 tbsp chopped red onion
- 2 tbsp chopped coriander
- 2 tbsp mild chopped chilli
- Preheat the grill to medium and grill the salmon for up to 10 minutes (depending on the thickness of the fillets) until the fish starts to flake when tested with a fork.
- Make the tropical salsa by mixing together all the ingredients in a bowl.
- Serve the grilled salmon fillets with the salsa on the side.