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Black Bean-Salmon Stir-Fry

August/September 2006

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (34 votes)

We use a generous amount of fiber- and vitamin C-rich bean sprouts in this quick stir-fry that combines tender cubes of salmon and a rich black bean-garlic sauce. Make it a Meal: Serve with store-bought crepes and plum sauce.



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"Yet another 'eh' dish from EatingWell.com. The salmon doesn't seem to go very well with the black bean sauce. The sauce seemed watered down. I added much more than a pinch of crushed red pepper and there was no spice at all. We ate this...
Black Bean-Salmon Stir-Fry Recipe

8 Reviews for Black Bean-Salmon Stir-Fry

08/06/2011
Simple and Delicious

This recipe was so simple to make and it turned out delicious. I was skeptical about the amount of bean sprouts used but it was just the right combination of flavors. Leftovers the next day heated up well and intensified the flavor. I will definately make this again!

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

My husband and I absolutely loved this meal. I have passed it on to my friends.

Arlette A. Doherty, Belmont, MA

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

Yet another 'eh' dish from EatingWell.com. The salmon doesn't seem to go very well with the black bean sauce. The sauce seemed watered down. I added much more than a pinch of crushed red pepper and there was no spice at all. We ate this because we were hungry. As with most of EatingWell.com's recipes, there seems to be so much potential, but something just falls short.

Jenn Morris, Seattle, WA

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

I made this with black bean and red pepper sauce (it was all I could find at the time- to make up for it I added garlic and left out the crushed red pepper)- it was very spicy, but excellent.

PC, Montpelier, VT

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

Not very healthy! Fat and sodium far exceeds daily allowable intake.

Jim, Enigma, GA

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