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Warm Spiced Salmon & Coconut Greens

By Chef Gregory Gourdet

An Indian-inspired spice blend transforms simple baked salmon into comfort food. Zingy pickled apples and greens dressed in a luscious coconut sauce balance the dish. This card has enough spice to serve four people twice or eight people once.

An Indian-inspired spice blend transforms simple baked salmon into comfort food. Zingy pickled apples and greens dressed in a luscious coconut sauce balance the dish. This card has enough spice to serve four people twice or eight people once.

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An easy intro to exciting spices

“I love pairing local ingredients with global flavors. This dish matches salmon and apples, two very important foods here in Oregon, with a spice mix inspired by Indian cuisine. Adding interesting spices to familiar ingredients is a great way to get comfortable with new tastes.”

- Gregory Gourdet

Spices in this Recipe Card

Allspice Powder

Native to: Central America
Plant family: Myrtaceae
Raw form: Berry

As its name suggests, Allspice brings forth a deliciously warm, subtle sweet flavor that’s evocative of cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves, all mixed together.

The name is as unoriginal as it sounds. When English settlers first encountered these pungent berries in Central America, they gave up trying to describe its complex flavor and settled on Allspice.

Native to: Central America
Plant family: Myrtaceae
Raw form: Berry
Chef & Owner at Kann
in Portland, OR

Meet

Gregory Gourdet

Gregory is a global chef who finds inspiration from every culture he’s been touched by. A self proclaimed health freak and avid runner, Gregory views food as nourishment, finding creative ways to mitigate food waste by fully utilizing ingredients from root to stem. He is the chef and owner of Kann Winter Village, featuring his take on Haitian and Global BIPOC cuisine, and the author of Everyone's Table Cookbook (out May 2021).

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If you were a food, what would you be?
A

Jackfruit! Not so common to some, it's golden, fragrant, and very complex below the surface.

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What’s one thing you can never add too much of?
A

Heat. I may have a hard time eating some truly spicy foods but I still love it.

Q
Wedding cake: overrated or underrated?
A

Weddings are overrated. Celebratory cake, however, is never overrated.

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