Today’s mango stir fry recipe will make everyone in your household to be proud of you! This recipe cooks in no time; whether you choose to broil or sauté the salmon, you won’t be waiting for a long time! Look no further for healthy lunches and dinner because this mango bell pepper stir-fry with salmon is the answer!
Aside from the marinade for this stir fry, which is very necessary, and I highly recommend, all you need is only 3 main ingredients – fresh mango, purple onions, and green bell pepper. To point out, ripe mango is sweet, so for the marinade, I needed something a little hot/spicy that complements the mango’s sweetness. Kissed by Binchotan, a spicy Japanese Chile Blend by Spice Tribe was just right! Fortunately, this same marinade is equally perfect for the salmon as well. In other words, you get two for one with this marinade. YIPPEE!!!
I am so excited to partner with Spice Tribe to create this healthy, fun, and comforting recipe! If you don’t already know, my friends at Spice Tribe have the best spices. You can also find this recipe over at Spice Tribe as well as Kissed by Binchotan.
Step 1 -
Wash and slice the vegetables; bell peppers, and onions.
Step 2 -
Core the mango and remove the pit, gently peel and then slice the two meaty sides.
Step 3 -
Grate the onions, ginger, and squeeze the lemon juice.
Step 4 - For Marinade
Add all the marinade ingredients into a jar vigorously shake to mix. Set aside.
Step 5 -
Step 6 -
If using frozen, allow salmon to thaw. Wash and clean up as required, dry with a paper towel, and lay on the tray.
Step 7 -
Sprinkle with a little salt and pepper; scoop a teaspoon of the marinade on to the salmon. Wearing gloves, use it to marinate every part of the fish.
Step 8 - To Pan Fry
Place clean pan on the stove, add olive oil, and allow to heat up, then gently drop the salmon.
Step 9 -
Cook about 5 minutes on each side, and until cooked through (when internal temperature reads 145), remove and place on a plate. Repeat this process for all the salmon if cooking more than one. Keep an eye on the salmon because it can quickly burn, cook on medium heat.
Step 10 - To Broil
Place marinated salmon on a foil-wrapped baking sheet, sprinkle one teaspoon of olive oil on the fish, and then place on a already preheated oven set to “broil.” Keep eyes on this and cook for 8 – 10 minutes or until fully cooked (when internal temperature reads 145)
Step 11 - For the Mango Stir Fry
Place clean pan on the stove, add olive oil, and allow to heat up, then add a sprinkle of salt, and the onions, sauté until soft, and translucent.
Step 12 -
Then add the green bell peppers, while it cooks, add the curry, rosemary, seasoning powder, stir very well, and taste. Cook until the bell peppers soften a bit, a little crunch is excellent with the peppers.
Step 13 -
Gently add the sliced mango, followed by 1 tablespoon scoop of the marinade, keep stirring to ensure the marinade mixes well with the mango slices, bell peppers, and onions. Taste for flavors, and adjust; you can add a little more marinade if you desire. As soon as the mango properly heats up, you are done about 3 – 5 minutes.
Step 14 -
Do not overcook this dish; ripe mangos soften very fast under heat. To serve, lay salmon on a plate, and dump this entire gorgeous heartwarming and comforting stir-fry! Best enjoyed warm.
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