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Today's cook from This Will Make It Taste Good is Sweet Heat Side of Salmon p 307, in which Sweet Potential preserved fruit gets cooked into a glaze with jalapeño peppers, garlic, vinegar, soy sauce and citrus juice. The warm glaze is slathered on a side of grilled salmon which is then served with a salad of arugula, radishes and herbs.

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I used some of the pineapple & lime Sweet Potential and cooked a salmon filet on the Philips grill rather than a whole side.   Green onions aren't mentioned but appear in the book photo and were a good addition. 

This was quite good.  The glaze is vinegar-y enough to serve as a vinaigrette for the greens.  I added a serving of rice after I took the photo although this would be fine on its own as a salad. 

 

Back to that book photo, you will see salmon with a glaze that is a light golden color with prettily colored fruit and green slices of candied jalapeño.  

Rather like mine looked BEFORE I added the soy sauce and vinegar:

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Here it is after adding those ingredients and cooking it down as directed.  Not so pretty, right? 

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It tasted fine, but the photo did a rather poor job of managing my expectations! 

 

blue_dolphin

blue_dolphin

Today's cook from This Will Make It Taste Good is Sweet Heat Side of Salmon p 307, in which Sweet Potential preserved fruit gets cooked into a glaze with jalapeño peppers, garlic, vinegar, soy and citrus juice. The warm glaze is slathered on a side of grilled salmon which is then served with a salad of arugula, radishes and herbs.

IMG_3695.thumb.jpeg.0a8cfd33b0d5a6feb1f6d4166df4967f.jpeg

I used some of the pineapple & lime Sweet Potential and cooked a salmon filet on the Philips grill rather than a whole side.   Green onions aren't mentioned but appear in the book photo and were a good addition. 

This was quite good.  The glaze is vinegar-y enough to serve as a vinaigrette for the greens.  I added a serving of rice after I took the photo although this would be fine on its own as a salad. 

 

Back to that book photo, you will see salmon with a glaze that is a light golden color with prettily colored fruit and green slices of candied jalapeño.  

Rather like mine looked BEFORE I added the soy sauce and vinegar:

IMG_3692.thumb.jpeg.2cba6467ced62ad0eaeb4a418bc26d7f.jpeg

 

Here it is after adding those ingredients and cooking it down as directed.  Not so pretty, right? 

IMG_3693.thumb.jpeg.a6eb75dfc11de73a0a2fd5788c18a202.jpeg

It tasted fine, but the photo did a rather poor job of managing my expectations! 

 

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