Easy Recipes: Mango Salsa Salmon

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I love recipes that are just two ingredients, like this one.

I love dinner ideas that only take 30 minutes to get on the table, like this one.

My kids love salmon recipes, like this one.

Catch my drift?

As you already know, earlier this week I met the great folks behind the brand Wholly Guacamole and they have a brand new line out called Wholly Salsa.

Wholly Moley this stuff is good. (You knew that was coming, right?) You can check out the full Wholly Salsa line and enter my giveaway for 12 salsas and guacamoles.

Ingredients:

  • Wholly Salsa Red Pepper Mango Salsa
  • 6 salmon fillets

Place the salmon on a baking sheet. I  like to cover the sheet with parchment paper to make for easier clean up. As you will also notice, I placed my salmon on the cookie sheet frozen. Shame, shame.

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Grab your Wholly Salsa Red Pepper Mango concoction.

Scoop a couple spoonfuls of salsa over each fillet.

Pop it in a 350 degree oven for 15-25 minutes depending on how done you want it and depending on if the salmon is frozen or not when you place it in the oven.

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I served it over a bed of steamed rice and baked asparagus that I baked on a separate cookie sheet. I sprayed the asparagus with spray butter and shook some Mrs. Dash over it. It does not get any easier. (The asparagus was frozen when I popped it in the oven as well.)

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Super easy and very tasty. This did have a little spice to it, but my kids were cool with it. One of my boys thought it was too spicy (hello, he is Puerto Rican, nothing should be spicy to him) so we just scrapped the salsa off before plating his up. The spice level was very moderate to me. It mixed perfectly with the rice.

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Easy Recipes: Mango Salsa Salmon
Dinner
6
 
Ingredients
  • Wholly Salsa Red Pepper Mango Salsa
  • 6 salmon fillets
Instructions
  1. Place the salmon on a baking sheet. I like to cover the sheet with parchment paper to make for easier clean up. As you will also notice, I placed my salmon on the cookie sheet frozen. Shame, shame.
  2. Scoop a couple spoonfuls of salsa over each fillet.
  3. Pop it in a 350 degree oven for 15-25 minutes depending on how done you want it and depending on if the salmon is frozen or not when you place it in the oven.
Notes
I served this over a bed of steamed rice and baked asparagus that I baked on a separate cookie sheet. I sprayed the asparagus with spray butter and shook some Mrs. Dash over it. It does not get any easier. (The asparagus was frozen when I popped it in the oven as well.)

Comments

  1. Claudia says

    Hi Crystal. I agree with you on that I love the recipes as simple as possible but also delicious.

    Thanks for such a beautiful recipe. I’ll try that.

  2. Claudia says

    Hi Crystal. I agree with you on that I love the recipes as simple as possible but also delicious.

    Thanks for such a beautiful recipe.

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