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Salmon with Warm Passion-Fruit Vinaigrette

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Recipe photo courtesy of ANN STRATTON

A quarter-cup of store-bought passion-fruit vinegar can be substituted for the passion fruits, honey, and vinegar.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, June 1996
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  • Herkkusuun Lautasella
    21 APR, 2013
    looks really yummy, too bad there's no wild salmon to eat...
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  • BlakeP
    30 JUL, 2008
    Talk about yummy!!! I cant wait to make this!!! I can take it anywhere! It doesnt seem that hard!!!!
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  • johnajomama
    3 JUN, 2008
    This recipe is awesome! I got all my kids to eat salmon! I didn't use the passion fruit or the passion fruit vinegar. (I couldn't find either at my regular store or the speciatly store) I didn't have to substitute anything I just left it out and it tasted great. We served the salmon by itself with the sauce on top and had the veggies on the side.
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