Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Back in the saddle again! And with a recipe to boot!

Tear off a piece of parchment paper like this using your salmon filet as your guide.
Artfully, arrange some veggies beside and on top of your salmon.

Yummy spices and such.
Sprinkle on your ingredients (I just toss some in there but if you want to get picky about quantities, scroll down)

Fold the paper over your salmon and veggies

Crinkle up the sides.

Crinkle alllll the way around until the edges are sealed together.
Yup, sealed just like this then toss it on a baking sheet and cook.
Cut a slit in the packet to let steam escape

Rip that bad boy open

Pour that baby on your plate

Here's a simple recipe for your next dinner. It's so simple, even my friend, Jeanne, could do it...if she so had the inclination...and time...and the desire to do so...Heck, it's even so easy that my DAD could make it...on a Tuesday...when my Mom is watching my kids...and she has no choice but to eat what's put in front of her...cause she's tired...and hungry...well, enough with that. Let's get on with the show.
Steamed Salmon with Veggies
4 oz salmon filet
some broccoli, zucchini, tomatoes, corn, etc.
a sprinkle of dill weed, 1/2 t lime juice, 1 t sesame oil, sprinkle of salt/pepper
Make it just like the pictures show above (Put a salmon filet and veggies in a piece of parchment paper. Sprinkle with the dill weed, lime juice, sesame oil, and salt/pepper. Seal it up and put it on a baking sheet. Toss it in a 400 degree oven for 15 minutes. Split it open and pour it on your plate. Yumeroo.


Anonymous said...

Hey kiddo, now that you have told the world that I cook, why don't you tell everyone how great of a chef I am to make delicious and nutritious meals for your mother. Although your Steamed Salmon with Veggies is a little mundane and will not challenge my culinary skills, that's what she'll get next Tuesday. She'd better like it or I'll take away her TV. Welcome back to the blog.

Annie said...

Touche, Dad. Touche.
(If I were immature, I would point out that at least I don't toast my way thru the day like you. How many different ways can you make toast, Dad??)