Salmon with orange vinaigrette (Salmón con vinagreta de naranja) from 1080 Recipes (page 522) by Simone Ortega and Inés Ortega

  • salmon fillets
  • shallots
  • oranges
  • balsamic vinegar
  • olive oil

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Notes about this recipe

  • Breadcrumbs on May 15, 2012

    p. 522 - I chose this recipe for its simplicity. The book calls for you to marinade the salmon in olive oil (1 cup) for 20 mins then to discard the oil. I felt this was unnecessary waste. Instead I simply rubbed the salmon w a generous pour of EVOO and called it a day. I think some of the ingredients info was lost in the translation of this book because the ingredients list 10 strips of shallot. I suspect it meant to list a shallot and strips of orange zest. The recipe suggests that you broil the salmon but instead, I opted to grill it. While the book suggests that the vinaigrette be served alongside, I used some to dress our salad and drizzled the remainder atop the plated salmon. This was a quick and delicious weeknight dinner. The flavours in the dressing were mild and next time I’d likely up the zest to boost the orange flavour. Very nice and worth repeating. Photos here: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/846970#7341546

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