Sweet and Sticky Salmon + Coconut Rice Bowls

September 13, 2016 at 5:03 PM | Posted in Uncategorized | 6 Comments

Guys, you know I love a good Asian dish.  And you know that my husband is a bit meh about that whole deal-he’s an Italian food junkie.  But these salmon and rice bowls?  His fave.   Totally w…

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  1. wooww yumm these 2 flavors go together so well! The coconut rice looks and sounds amazing. Excellent work (:

  2. All of my favorite elements in one dish!


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