I’m always looking for a light dish that packs a lot of flavor and that’s quick. I don’t think that I’m asking for too much. After all, working out at the gym or going to tennis practice takes a chunk of time. I think it’s important to work out but, let’s face it a girl has to eat. I simply loved these fish fillets. Gourmet knows how to make me happy in the kitchen! Continue reading
Filed under Fish, Main dish
It may seem that I am cooking my way through all my copies of Gourmet magazine. I love that magazine and never dreamed in a million years that today it would no longer exist. Anyway this recipe is from Gourmet August 2006. It was featured in the Ten-Minute Mains. From start to finish it will take you about twenty minutes to prepare. I know it is hard to believe, but believe it. It’s true. We all need this kind of meal. Fast, easy, great tasting and nutritious all at the same time. Save yourself time and energy and keep frozen fish on hand. They are quick to thaw in cold water and the list is endless as to what you can do with them. This recipe got my interest at the word wasabi. I’m not a big lover of sushi, but I do like it occasionally. The best part though is the wasabi and ginger. This has both!
I love this recipe! It is a super fast one from Cooking Light that I have run in the ground at my house because it take no time to pull together. Salmon is so versatile. Pair it with most any of your favorite side dishes. I like asparagus , broccoli or squash. Maybe even a combination of all three. For that matter I like it right out of the pan on top of a big salad that is both delicious and nutritious. You don’t need a lot of ingredients. Another reason to love it. Just pick up salmon, salt, pepper, orange juice and olive oil. The recipe calls for fresh orange juice, but Minute Maid out of the carton will work fine. So here’s what you do.