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Kelsey 9 days ago
The coconut rice was a little sweet for my liking so next time I might use less coconut milk. Other than that the mango salsa came out great!! I love fresh flavors & this one hit the spot!
Jessica Baugh a month ago
I'm not a fan of coconut or mangos so I used the bare minimum in those. I also baked the salmon (its my preference) and changed the recipe a little. I was actually surprised that I liked it. I used coconut water instead of coconut milk for the rice and salsa. There was no overwhelming coconut flavor, but you could taste that there was something else there. I also baked the salmon in a little lime juice and coconut water (you kind of want to bake with a little liquid).
Danny R. 2 months ago
Amazing!!! Directions are great I personally did 10 mins each side on the salmon cause I had some thicker pieces.
mom 3 months ago
very good! added a little red pepper flakes.
Teresa M. 3 months ago
This was wonderful! Very fresh and lovely.
Meagan 4 months ago
Delish! So easy. Lyme was very complimentary.
Cheyenne B. 4 months ago
This was the best summer dish I have grilled thus far! The rice was an excellent pairing to the mango and onion!
Emma Kendrick 4 months ago
It turned out fine with one exception. The rice was too soft and gummy for me. If you like the rice drier, then I recommend that you follow directions on the rice bag. I will definitely try this again.
Beth Nolan 4 months ago
Second time making it. Perfect summer dish, easy and flavorful .
Brianna Walling 7 months ago
This was great! We didn’t do the lime salmon, we just grilled it with salt and pepper. I also doubled the avocado in the salsa recipe because my family loves it. Overall it was DELICIOUs.
Michelle 8 months ago
This recipe is delicious. I made this recipe a few times already and I prefer plain brown rice over the “coconut rice.” The coconut rice didn’t really have much of a coconut taste to me. Overall, I still enjoy this meal.
Sam Rosiek 8 months ago
Very tasty, marinated salmon all day. Everyone loved it
Lisa T. 9 months ago
very good. salmon could have had a little more flavor
Svea Rusher 10 months ago
really good. the onion was strong in the salsa but delicious none the less
ariza 10 months ago
This was an amazing recipe! The salmon and coconut rice paired beautifully together. Adding the mango salad took it to another level. Overall a very enjoyable meal to prepare and cook.
Daphne Woodman 10 months ago
Turned out great! If I can make it anyone can.
Barb a year ago
This recipe is awesome! Made a couple changes because that’s what I had on hand. Used Vidalia onion not red, Ataulfo mango and white basmati rice. I’d make again and follow the recipe exactly next time. And there will be a next time!! My husband felt it had a slightly strong lime flavor and I felt the cilantro was noticeable. That won’t stop us from eating it again!! 😋❤️
Dave Balka a year ago
Great dish! Enjoyed how the deferent flavors blend together. Swapped the red onion with a little finely chopped Jalapeños. Also marinated the salmon for a few hours opposed to a short time as the recipe implies (simply because of timing). Will definitely make again.
Connor Freeman a year ago
F#$&ing awesome! Used Papaya instead of mango for the salsa, either way it turned out fantastic.
Lily Santiago a year ago
I loved everything about this recipe
Robert Tentler a year ago
Marinade was perfect Didn’t grill but oven roasted (425 F for 20 mins) it after a pan seared (5 mins) Served with coconut and ginger rice Easy Sunday evening dinner
Michelle L. a year ago
Didn't find it all too thrilling. Possibly lay in my mango not being super flavourful (although ripe), but all in all (the marinade, the cooked salmon etc) were all just a bit lacking for me. Would potentially add fresh chilli, more acidity and spring onion instead of red onions if I were to make this again.
Kristin a year ago
Fine. I am in a hurry and want to look at this recipe that my son closed and now I can't because I have to write a review!
Kristina Č. a year ago
I did it today for lunch and I even had some left overs for dinner. I dont like avocados, so I just used corn instead, still it was totally delicious. I will do it again no matter what. Easy to make, great for digestion, I did not cook the rice in "coconut" but I used coconut oil for salsa. Very tasty and yummy :)
Kathy C. 2 years ago
it was delicios! we forgot the Bell peppers. we will have to make it again. We also baked the salmon. Next time we will grill it. The recipie was easy to follow.
Emma Jane Menzies 2 years ago
Super healthy and delicious! We did normal rice and griddled the salmon and it was beautiful!
Yakubisin 2 years ago
I loved the flavor the lime marinade gave the salmon. Salsa was awesome, too! I wonder if the coconut rice could be made a day ahead to save some time.
Robin 2 years ago
Excellent. Rice was just perfect, just a hint of sweetness. The Coconut water had a bit of pineapple in it and it turned out great. The salsa was also a do-over. Loved it!
Rachael L. 2 years ago
Easy to make and full of flavor!!! I’m going to make again!
Gabriele Kim 2 years ago
Very delicious and tasty. Easy to make. The chopping took much longer than planned. Didn’t have a grill, so baked the salmon in the oven instead. Still yummy. Another note: we found the rice too creamy and thick and sticky with the coconut milk. Next time I’ll use way less coconut milk and more coconut water.