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When I told my family I was making Salmon with Peach sauce the grandkids made faces but they've tasted it now and the youngest is asking me to make it for his birthday dinner! They all love it. If it rains you can bake the salmon in foil packets with made-ahead sauce at 375 for 15-20 min. It comes out jucy and delicious maybe better than on the grill.
Quick & Easy! My husband and I enjoy curry as well as Salmon. However I have never mixed those flavors together. I intended on making this recipe with canned peaches as other reviewers suggested. When I went to the cupboard I realized that all I had on hand was canned apricots. I followed the rest of the recipe exactly. I started the curry sauce right when I put the salmon in the oven and it was just right when the timer dinged! I am guessing that if you use fresh fruit more time would be needed to break down the fruit into a nice curried sauce. We will use this again for a simple way to dress up salmon.
Terrific and simple. I used less honey than the recipe called for -- the peaches in season that I used were very sweet on their own. And I also sprinkled some fresh mint on top which complimented the peaches well.
If you like the taste of flavor combinations you wouldn't think are appetizing then this is for you! I couldn't find fresh peaches so I bought Del Monte's canned peaches in light syrup. I drained most of the syrup from the can. Next time I made it I bought canned apricots and it was even better!