at least thirty different salmon recipes I've shared here (the photo is with Lime & Jalapeno ). And many of them I'm made a number of times. That said, I don't know of any fish that I like better, flavor-wise, anyway and hate masking it, no matter how good the marinade or glaze. And so my question to you...which camp are you in...marinate or simple herbs on your salmon?
Bean Sprout Cafe) That's Boaz playing with the trains and mummy in the foreground feeding Dov on a comfy couch (don't know who that pretty little girl is playing a the stove)...good food AND fun place for Boaz to play...Dov only wanted to be held and fed, but he is only three and a half months old.
Yesterday, my angel wasn't feeling too well and needed lots of TLC - no problem for Grandma, but it meant I couldn't get much time in the kitchen. Not even enough time to check out recipes for something new or to prepare some marinade for the salmon. So, twenty minutes before it was time to eat, I roasted the salmon with just a drizzle of Apple Cider Balsamic Vinegar and a dash or two of Aleppo Pepper. Too rushed and crazy to take photos, sorry...ever try getting an under-the-weather two year old to eat? Have some chicken fingers (his usual fave) "NO WAY, Gramma!", what about some lentil soup (loved last time)...repeat refrain. How about yoghurt (my fall back plan) same story. I know...new Boaz favorite - dollop of peanut butter on a banana, bitten off and then a new coat of peanut butter to be applied...wrong.
I find that simple does it best, especially if you know you're probably going to have lots of leftovers. I hate when everything tastes the same.