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April 04, 2007

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Lydia

I've just recently discovered the combination of salmon (which I adore) and tomato jam. In Providence (RI) there's a restaurant that has a salmon and tomato jam sandwich on the menu every day. It's a magical pairing, and I'm so glad to have your recipe!

Mae

I'll never get tired of you posting salmon. It's a feast for the eyes. The recipe looks like a real winner, Sher.

gattina

I don't know which make me drool more... your tomato jam, or the fish, or the long and fantastic list of seasoning!
I see more rice pasta (import from Italy) getting available at store, I haven't tried them yet, as I only pay a fraction of their price for Chinese rice noodle... I'm a cheapo :D

Anh

This sounds wonderful Sher. I am always looking for good recipes using salmon, and this is one!

LiberalFoodie

interesting. I didn't think about trying rice noodles with a dish like this but now that I have the idea......... And the salmon looks very yummy.

Alisha

I just love rice pasta and how can you go wrong with salmon? This looks absolutely delicious!

Freya

The salmon looks perfectly cooked and I love the tomato jam and noodles with it!

Sue (coffeepot)

Watch out Sher you will make me fall off the slim fast wagon.

ouch

s'kat

This wonderful... keep on with the salmon dishes, they rock!

Kat

That looks fantastic! I've never heard to Tomato Jam - - but it makes perfect sense!

Kat

That looks fantastic! I've never heard of Tomato Jam - - but it makes perfect sense!

janelle

I love salmon, but am still trying to convince my kiddos that THEY love salmon:).

Uncontested: I love tomatoes!

Burcu

I like your salmon posts, Sher. And especially with vermicelli it sounds great.

Katie

I love salmon, too. Thankfully mon mari likes it as well - he's a picky fish eater.
We have it often - I love the tomato jam.

Callipygia

MMM jammy jammy goodness. Also madras curry and fish sauce, v intriguing indeed. This looks great, I wish I were your neighbor!

Katie

That salmon looks absolutely delicious!

aria

i lovesalmon so much and you always post interesting ways to prepare that i love. this tomato jam sounds fantastic! looks beautiful!

Ruth

Fabulous looking dish. I also love salmon and never get tired of it. What a great idea to marry so many interesting flavors.

Thanks for playing Presto Pasta Nights - your dishes always steal the show.

Tanna

The tomato jam sounds really excellent! I know I would need to cut down on the ginger. Now I'm really hungry for salmon!

angie

Sher, your noodle dish looks fabulous! Love the way you combine the different flavours.

sher

Lydia,

It is good, isn't it--the tomato jam. I loved this version so much. I'm going to make up a batch to have on hand. My husband loved this recipe (so did I.)


Mae,

Thank you Mae! I could eat salmon almost every day.


Gattina,

Oh--I'm with you. I buy the Chinese Rice Noodles. They are reasonably priced and don't cost much at all. Love them!


Anh,

Thank you! I think this is a very good recipe--so many flavors in there!


LiberalFoodie,

Wheat vermicelli would also taste great with this recipe, if you can't get the rice noodles.


Alisha,

I love rice pasta too. I wish I could get the fresh varieties. It's supposed to be easy to make.


Freya,

Thank you! This recipe was a big hit in our house. I will be making it again.


Sue,

LOL!! Uh-oh. Well, when you're done with the Slim Fast--you can make this. It's pretty low in calories. :):)


s'kat,

Thank you! I can't stay away from salmon.


Kat,

Tomato jam does sound a little funny--but it is I was very happy that is was perfect with the salmon.

Janelle,

I bet your kids start to like salmon someday--then they might try to eat yours too! (That's what always happened in our house.)


Burcu,

Thank you! The pasta was a nice fit with it. Glad Food & Wine thought this up!


Katie,

Salmon is a big favorite in our house too--so it's a reliable choice. Which can be a relief.


Callipygia,

I wish you were my neighbor too!!!!


Katie,

Thank you!


Aria,

Thank you, for some reason, it's easy to find great recipes for salmon.


Ruth,

It's always fun to do a Pasta Presto recipe. You had a great idea starting this!


Tanna,

I was going to say that the ginger isn't taht strong--but then I remembered that I adore ginger. :):) I'm a bad judge.


Angie,

Thank you--- I have to give credit to Food & Wine for thinking it up. The different flavors really are wonderful!


Deb

Am I the only one in the world that despises the stuff? Egads. Mom kept trying Janelle, but it never worked in my case.

I must say though, Sher, your picture looks ALMOST good enough to eat. I'll just have the noodles this time. :)

sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

Wonderful! I love salmon as well...I have found that most yummy recipes for salmon will work well on chicken too. (not visa-versa)

Ivonne

Oh my goodness, Sher! The colours are so vivid. And they look like they're sitting on a perfect cloud of noodles. I love it!

Bad Home Cook

You know, Sher? I really gotta stop checking your blog out at dinner time....
That salmon and tomatoes over rice noodles looks too delicious....
And me with salmon in the fridge...

Kristen

Beautiful salmon. We love fish here too...had salmon twice this weekend already! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe. Your photos are beautiful!

Julie

Hi, I just wanted to let everyone know that I made this dish last night with a minor (or major) change, I omitted the curry powder. My husband is from India and I visit Indian grocery stores, but have not found a curry powder I like. Anyway, all I can say is that this is one of the best dishes I have made in a long time! My husband and I could not believe the combination of flavors, spices, textures... I could go on and on. Everything really works together - which for salmon is sometime hard. So, if you don't like curry, don't worry, it is FANTASTIC without it! I also added more garlic being a big garlic fan. Try this dish!

peabody

Wow that is so vibrant and fresh looking!

Patricia Scarpin

Sher, bring on the salmon! I love it, too.

Next time I make salmon I'll copy your idea and pour some tomato jam over it. :)

Piedro Molinero

I love salmon and your recipes reads so delicious that I am already hungry. I had different salmon two days ago but next time I am going to give your roasted one a try. Thank you for sharing such a nice recipe.

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