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Teriyaki Grilled Salmon With Corn Peach Salsa

Updated on June 22, 2013

Making A Salsa

The word Salsa comes from South America and it means sauce back in 1846 and it was a tomato based ingredient made with raw tomatoes, peppers, onions, garlic and fresh cilantro but today there are many ways to create a tasty Salsa making it hot, sweet, mild even spicy what ever your taste buds call for jut know that Salsa is made for more than just chips.

Now when I say Salsa is made for more than chips I use it for many different uses like putting it on baked potatoes, mixed in salads over chicken even fish. The problem mot people don't make salsa at home is because they thought it was hard to make because of the way it was made in the early years but these day people use a food processor making it really super simple to make.

I will say if your going to try creating your own salsa make sure you use good products and good flavored ingredients, veggies like onions, peppers, garlic should be chopped on the fine side and veggies like tomatoes should be chopped a little bigger because they are on the soft side but if you can't get a fresh veggies that's fine you can use can or frozen but make sure they are good can or frozen veggies because sometime you do not have time to cut up veggies or you can't get fresh.

Cooking With Salmon

Did you know that the name Salmon is short for the name Salmonidae and they are part of the trout family. Salmon lives in the waters in he North Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans there are different types of Salmon Atlantic, Pacific, Coho, and halibut just to name a few.

Salmon is a very well known fish and is very healthy full of protein packed with high omega 3's and other fatty acids plus it's a good source of vitamin D and cholesterol, The American Medical Association has also recommends eating Salmon because it is healthy for you. Salmon is the only fish in the world that can live in both fresh or salt water.

Salmon can travel thousands of miles a far as 2,400 miles inland just to go to lay there eggs then they even return back here to raise there babies until they are grown. Salmon is the third largest eaten fish in the United States, commercial fisherman have harvest over 700 million pounds of Salmon In the last 10 years, and the harvesting is still going strong and they are even farm raising Salmon in the United States and is being sold fresh, frozen fillet and steaks.

Teriyaki Grilled Salmon With Corn Peach Salsa

This entire dish is very healthy plus it's packed with so many flavors that your taste buds will have you asking for more.
This entire dish is very healthy plus it's packed with so many flavors that your taste buds will have you asking for more. | Source

Teriyaki Grilled Salmon With Peach Corn Salsa

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Teriyaki Grilled Salmon With Corn Peach Salsa

It really does not take a lot of ingredients to make a simple dish stand out on flavor all you need is the right ingredients and then will pair well together and that's what this tasty entree does pair well, the flavor of the marinade salmon and the complex flavors of this tasty salsa make this pair pop with awesome taste.

Teriyaki Grilled Salmon With Corn Peach Salsa

Ingredients

Teriyaki Marinade

4 teaspoons of teriyaki sauce

6 teaspoons of honey

Corn Peach Salsa

5 salmon fillets, skinless

2 fresh ears of corn, ( grilled and removed from the cob ) or you can use 1 10oz can

2 medium peaches, finely chopped

2 roma tomatoes. chopped

1/4 cup of sweet onions, finely chopped

1/4 cup of cilantro, minced

3 teaspoons of lime juice

1 teaspoon of red wine vinegar

1 teaspoon of lime juice

Methods

To get things started lets make a quick tasty marinade, combine the first 3 ingredients to a large zip lock bag shake to blend then add your salmon to the marinade coat them well and let them marinate for 15minutes or more.......Now get your grill started, wipe some olive oil on your grill grate.

Now were going to make the salsa, take the remaining ingredients and combine in a medium bowl mix well together than set the salsa aside for 1 hour.

15 minutes before the salsa mix is ready remove the salmon from the marinade discard the marinade place the salmon on a open grill on a medium high heat and grill for 4 to 5 minutes on both sides or until the salmon is flaky your salmon should have a internal temperature of 145 degrees at this point remove the salmon from the grill place on a plate and place a little salsa on the salmon and enjoy.

Corn Peach Salsa

Making salsa is really supper simple to make I suggest you try it and if you do you will never buy store brought salsa again.
Making salsa is really supper simple to make I suggest you try it and if you do you will never buy store brought salsa again. | Source

Corn Peach Salsa

I want to share with you the plain salsa recipe because it's not really hard to make some good tasty salsa all you need is the ingredients that you like so try this salsa with any dish like pork chops, chicken or even a nice pork loin I'm telling you if you do you will never buy salsa from the store again.

Corn Peach Salsa

5 salmon fillets, skinless

2 fresh ears of corn, ( grilled and removed from the cob ) or you can use 1 10oz can

2 medium peaches, finely chopped

2 roma tomatoes. chopped

1/4 cup of sweet onions, finely chopped

1/4 cup of cilantro, minced

3 teaspoons of lime juice

1 teaspoon of red wine vinegar

1 teaspoon of lime juice

Methods

Combine all the ingredients in a medium bowl mix well together than set the salsa aside for 1 hour.......Then serve and enjoy

If you really want to take this dish up a notch roast your tomatoes, all you have to do is cut up your tomatoes place them in a bowl season them with olive oil, sea salt, and black pepper mix well all together, them grab out a baking sheet lined it with foil or parchment paper place the tomatoes on the baking sheet skin side down take a little bit of minced garlic and sprinkle over the tomatoes a pre-heated oven at 325 degrees for 1 1/2 to 2 hours then remove let cool to add to your salsa mixture .....Put when they com out of the oven you have t try them you will k me for it. below is a photo of how your oven roasted tomatoes should look.

Oven Roasted Roma Tomatoes

Oven roasted tomatoes is something I can eat right out of the oven but if you really want your salsa to pop with flavor then you have to add roasted tomatoes
Oven roasted tomatoes is something I can eat right out of the oven but if you really want your salsa to pop with flavor then you have to add roasted tomatoes | Source

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