I have been staying at my new place for a few days now and other than a quick egg breakfast, I had not cooked until last night.

Actually, with the move, remodeling and baby, I have not cooked much these days. But, yesterday I got a little inspired while at the grocer. Healthy eating has also been lower on my priority list lately but for the last few days, it’s improved. Especially now that the kitchen is coming along. So, a home-cooked meal sounded like a great idea to start getting back into the groove of things.

I am really picky with my fish. Especially salmon. You just never know when it will be…well, fishy. But this recipe is so yummy. Plus, it’s healthy and really fast. All the ingredients were about $30. The salmon was $22 for 6 fillets and as a bonus, I got the carrots and snow peas for free. Β The recipe has 6 servings.

 

Three main ingredients: 1. Fresh Salmon 2. Adams Reserve 3. Greek Seasoning Cookwell & Company Honey Lime Siracha Glaze

Three main ingredients:
1. Fresh Salmon
2. Adams Reserve
Greek Seasoning
3. Cookwell & Company Honey Lime Siracha Glaze

Use as much as desired. I overdid it just a little so next time I will use about half or a total of about 1/2 spoonful per fillet

Use as much as desired. I overdid it just a little so next time I will use about half or a total of about 1/2 spoonful per fillet

After seasoning the salmon, cook the fish pink side down for about 4 minutes. I set the heat to 350-375 degrees. Pam spray and glaze are optional. Flip the fish after 4 minutes and cook on skin side for an additional 4-5 minutes. I covered the pan at this time.

After seasoning the salmon, cook the fish pink side down for about 4 minutes.
I set the heat to 350-375 degrees. Pam spray and glaze are optional.
Flip the fish after 4 minutes and cook on skin side for an additional 4-5 minutes. I covered the pan at this time.

While the fish is cooking, I threw in some carrot match sticks, ready-to-eat snow peas and for extra flavor, a little left over kale cranberry salad to serve as a side dish. I cooked until the veggies were hot but still crunchy.

 

 

While the fish is cooking, I threw in some carrot match sticks, ready-to-eat snow peas and for extra flavor, a little left over kale cranberry salad to serve as a side dish. I cooked until the veggies were hot but still crunchy.

Drizzle the gaze on top of the salmon and decorate the plate with it. Serve the veggies on the side.

Drizzle the gaze on top of the salmon and decorate the plate with it. Serve the veggies on the side.

 

By the way, do you like my wooden spoon? I love it. I certainly felt magical in the kitchen whipping up such a good and fast meal.

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