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Raw Salmon Salad with an Asian touch

Raw food is fashionable. Raw food is easy to “cook” and prepare. Raw food is supposed to be healthier. Raw food takes full advantage of all ingredient’s benefits. Are you in the mood for a Salad? Raw salmon and avocados and green onions combine to become a fresh and delicious dish.
Eating raw food is not a nowadays fashion… we have been doing it for years… See the Japanesse sashimi? The salted cod? The beef carpaccio? The steak tartare? The Ceviche? And so many other great examples of this particular raw style food. Make sure you get high quality products and up with your sleeves!

Why do I love this kind of food? Because it’s easy to prepare, because it’s healthy and delicious and because no matter how distracted I am, I can never burn the pan ;D.
My beloved friend Ninaya who lives in California and is a Healthy Lifestyle Coach, is a raw food believer and she does Nutritional consulting and raw food classes too. Visit her site if you are interested in that particular lifestyle; she has lots of recipes and good advise.
I remember the days she lived in Barcelona… oh, boy… we were soooooo young!!! We had a blast! Great times and great memories. She used to be a fashion Model and I was her booker… nothing could stop us… If we want to keep that young energy going and keep on enjoying life the way we did back then, here is the secret: EAT WELL!


Ingredients: 500 grs of fresh salmon, 1 avocado, 30-50 grs of salmon roe, 2 green onions, 2 teaspoons of maionese. For the sauce: 2 tablespoons of soja sauce, 2 tablespoons of natural lemon juice, 1 teaspoon of sesame oil.
  • Do you really need any instruction to prepare this? Just remember to freeze and defroze de salmon before using it. Cut the ingredients in dices, prepare the sauce and pour on top. Mix.
  • Eat fresh. Eat healthy. Eat natural!
  • Buen provecho :D


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07/04/2012 · 14:24 h by

Hola Amiga!

This dish has everything I like and your executed it perfectly.

Day hello to all and know you are missed.

07/04/2012 · 14:33 h by bellini

It sounds so refreshing my friend. Oh to be young again and know everything we know now!

07/04/2012 · 20:24 h by Joan Nova

I love eating like this. Not only is it better for la figura, it’s better for kitchen – less time to clean up the kitchen! :)

07/09/2012 · 19:22 h by Nathan

Delicious Nuria! here at my house we make a variety of “Ceviches” they are cold seafood type of salads, my mother makes it with any fresh white fleshed fish filets that are hardy cut in dices, she tosses it with diced tomato, onion, cilantro, optional finely chopped hot peppers, then tosses with generous amounts of freshly squeezed lime juice, salt, and pepper. We let it rest in teh fridge 1-2 hrs so the lime cooks the fish.

Another one we do is a type of pickled raw beef dish, grind a good quality piece of beef, mix with onions, tomatoes, cilantro, minced chilies, A LOT of fresh lime juice, salt & pepper and allow to rest in fridge tossing occasionally over night, the beef will be cooked in the acid and it’s very refreshing.

We serve those cold dishes with crackers or Mexican tostadas, I’m sure good crostini would be good to use if you can’t get ahold of the Mexican tostadas (they are round flat deep-fried crispy corn tortillas like a giant corn chip)

those cold salads can also be made with canned crab meat, or canned tuna, etc. it wouldn’t be raw using those but still delish :)

I’ll have to try that salmon salad sometime :)

08/03/2012 · 23:16 h by Jenn @leftoverqueen

Oh wow, this looks so delicious Nuria! I want some right now!

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02/13/2017 · 12:55 h by Amineh

why do i have to freeze then unfreeze the salmon before i use it ? Thank you

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