Excellent recipe!! Made it as is the first time. I have made it several times since then and have tried all kinds of vegetables, and different types of meats. You can't mess this one up! Thank you!
I have never had fish in a stir fry dish before so I was very interested to try this. It turned out wonderfully and I appreciate its healthiness. I doubled the recipe for 4 of us and added carrots, but left the amount of snow peas at 6 ounces. I was glad to have the warning about being gentle with the salmon, because I tend to be more aggressive with the stirring. Thanks for sharing!
Great marinade! This was all but inhaled at dinner tonight. Made with steamed spinach rice (which was topped with cheese for the kid's). I sprinkled a bit of ground ginger in the marinade too, just to round out the Asian flavors. We will be making this again. LOVE dinners done in under 20 minutes :) Thanks for sharing.
I made this tonight with the addition of lemongrass and asparagus. It was just slightly too salty, so maybe cut the soy a little bit, but was great none the less. Be careful not to burn the onions; mine were on a little too long. This seems like an easy dish for any left over meat also!
this is great! I think my salmon and my snow peas were more than 6 oz each so I have leftovers for lunch! Can't wait!
Very good recipe! I used a bag a broccoli florets instead of the snowpeas. Great taste.
My hubby is a hard one to cook fish for... this recipe worked for him. The marinade was great, I'll add more garlic next time. I found 5 mins abit much to cook the salmon (don't care for overcooked fish) or I'll cut the temp next time. Very tasty recipe, thanks for sharing.
WOW! What a surprise! I didn't have high hopes for this, just because it is different. But, this was DELICIOUS!!! It's going in our favorites! We all loved it and the salmon was perfect! I served ours with fried rice. Thanks for this wonderful recipe!
Declicious and easy. I'll be making this one again. Served over rice noodles. Thanks for posting!
I used pineapple juice (reserved from canned slices) so I can attest that it works at least as well as orange. I also more or less doubled the whole recipe except I added more garlic and also had to use mixed beans (green and yellow) because snow peas were nowhere to be found. I used thin frozen salmon, and thus altered the process a bit: first sauteing the onion and garlic, then adding the beans, then the sauce, and finally I tucked the salmon under the veggies to basically poach in the liquid. Not exactly a stir-fry anymore, I admit, but a successful recipe all the same. I served this over brown rice, and it all made a nice healthy meal. Thanks!