last night for dinner I made sesame glazed salmon with baked "fried" green tomatos
[i've been working on my food art]
[[it still needs a lot of work]]
For the Salmon:
preheat oven to 350 degrees
i bought right over 1 pound and it fed one hungry man and two little ladies perfect
in a mixing bowl mix:
1 cup soy sauce
3 tablespoons brown sugar
sprinkle with sesame seeds
taste the mixture - it should taste similar to a teriyaki - add more soy sauce for a salter taste or more brown sugar for a sweeter
pour over salmon filet in oiled baking dish...i let sit skin side up for about 30 minutes while the tomatoes baked
flip over salmon to skin side down and bake until it flakes when cut (about 20 minutes)
this is the recipe i used for the baked "fried" green tomatoes
these are one of those mind set foods...if you go into it thinking it's going to taste like a yummy greasy fried green tomato you may be disappointed BUT if you let it get good and crispy in the oven you will really love it!
quinoa and brown rice blend was one side which unfortunately i did not enjoy...i wish i did but i just didn't! on to test another brand?
and then a simple salad - i buy the organic girl 50/50 blend
i get bored with salad dressing easily so finding something new and tasty really excites me
you know that salad dressing at the Japanese restaurants that looks like a clump of baby food? i love it!! and this tastes just like it!
what are some for your favorite salmon recipes?
try this one, you'll love it!