Broiled Salmon with Mango Jalapeno Mint Salsa Recipe

This dish has such a delicious combination of flavors. The fresh mango, mint and cilantro add a tasty herb sweetness to the salmon while the jalapeno adds just the right amount of heat. If you don't like salmon, use the mango salsa on chicken, instead.
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Summary

Servings4Cuisine
CourseMain Ingredient

Ingredients

 Mango1 Large, peeled and diced
 Tomatoes2 , seeded and diced
 Red onion1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs), diced
 Garlic clove1 Large, minced
 Jalapeno1⁄2 , seeded and minced
 Fresh cilantro1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs), chopped
 Fresh mint2 Teaspoon, chopped
 Fresh lime juice1 Tablespoon
 Extra virgin olive oil1 1⁄2 Tablespoon
 Sea salt To Taste
 Freshly cracked black pepper To Taste
 Salmon steaks24 Ounce (4 Steaks, 6 Ounce Each)

Nutrition Facts

Serving size

Calories 369 Calories from Fat 110

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 12 g18.5%

Saturated Fat 1.5 g7.4%

Trans Fat 0 g

Cholesterol 88.4 mg

Sodium 198.4 mg8.3%

Total Carbohydrates 30 g10.1%

Dietary Fiber 4.1 g16.4%

Sugars 24.9 g

Protein 36 g71.2%

Vitamin A 41% Vitamin C 90.1%

Calcium 5.6% Iron 10.6%

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet

Directions

Combine ingredients (except salmon) in small glass or other non-reactive bowl. Set aside, or cover and put in refrigerator.
Turn on oven broiler and leave door ajar to vent. Line broiler pan with foil. Broil salmon steaks on prepared pan for 8-12 minutes or until just opaque in center. To serve, top broiled salmon with salsa.

Beauty Tip: Having a bad skin week? Cook the Broiled Salmon with Mango Jalapeno Mint Salsa recipe! Salmon is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are healthy powerhouses that help to reduce inflammation and can add a glow to your complexion. Salmon is also a fabulous source of protein and vitamins. The mango salsa is packed with nutrients and antioxidants, so you'll be taking care of your body while eating a delicious meal.

About Christianne Klein:
Christianne Klein is an Edward R. Murrow award-winning journalist, author, television host and former national news anchor for ABC News. She has appeared on numerous television programs, cooking her favorite healthy recipes, and also worked alongside Chef Emeril Lagasse on an episode of his show "Emeril Green". Known for growing and cooking with her own fresh herbs, Christianne has compiled her favorite recipes, information and beauty tips into one amazing cookbook, Christianne's Herbal Kitchen: Fresh Herb Recipes for Body and Soul. Christianne is the founder of Truth Fairy TV, a website devoted to health, beauty and inspiration.
For more information or to order a copy of Christianne's Herbal Kitchen, go to TheHerbCookbook.com.
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