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Raspberry-Marinated Salmon Fillet

Raspberry-Marinated Salmon Fillet recipe
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All you need to make this flavorful Raspberry-Marinated Salmon Fillet recipe are salmon fillets and raspberry vinaigrette dressing. (Yep. It's that easy.)
time
prep:
5 min
total:
47 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
3/8/2006
I have not made this before but I think I would also marinate a little longer than recommended. I would poke holes in the fish to let it absorb the marinade
posted:
1/29/2006
Definitely quick and easy prep, but lacking a little in the taste department. It was good, not fishy tasting, would make it again, but maybe marinating with lemon juice first and then a longer time in the vinaigrette?
posted:
11/25/2005
Pretty good, but not mouth-watering if thats what youre looking for.
posted:
9/20/2005
My kids loved this recipe. They always ask if we can have it again. It easy to make, I thought it was excellent.
posted:
8/25/2005
I don't care for salmon that much, but this one is a real winner! I would agree with someone else that posted the comment that it would have been even better left marinated for longer. Great!
posted:
7/14/2005
Very good. I griiled the salmon instead of broiling it. Next time however, I will marinated it longer for a stronger raspberry taste.
posted:
6/28/2005
Quick, Easy, nice light dinner
posted:
5/31/2005
EASY,TO MAKE AND VERY TASTEY!
posted:
5/16/2005
This is so delicious it will change your mind if you think you don't like salmon. I will make this one over and over again.
posted:
4/21/2005
Also, I would suggest baking the salmon in a 350 to 375 degree oven for the 12 to 14 minutes as opposed to broiling because broiling is a much higher, uncontrollable temperature. Grilling is also very good.
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