May 01, 2008

Sarah: 2008 Cooking Adventure, Week 18

I often forget about how much I love salmon. I'm so glad that on a certain, otherwise forgettable weekday, I decided to make myself a nice, warm dinner. I'm not a great chef, but salmon is something anyone can cook without going too far astray.

I just salt-and-peppered the fish, browned the top quickly, then let it cook, covered for most of the time, in a pan with some water and some asian salad dressing (you know, as a marinade). It was lazy, but easy.

While the fish cooked, I put some red potatoes in some water (with a little salt and milk) and let them cook until soft.

And then dinner was done. It was not terribly exciting, but I recommend salmon and potatoes (or rice, or salad) for dinner tonight. Leftovers can be eaten hot or cold, served just like dinner or over a bed of lettuce. Yum.

Posted by sarah at May 01, 2008 07:46 PM

You are prolific! I mean, three days of posts in a few short hours? Wow! ;)

Posted by: e on April 30, 2008 04:34 PM

To be honest, the number one thing keeping me from cooking salmon on a regular basis (or on a infrequent basis, really) is that I hate having to ask the butcher for it. How ridiculous is that?

Posted by: lisa on May 1, 2008 10:26 AM

Sara, LOVE the site! And this post makes me think we just might have to get some salmon for dinner. :)

Posted by: katie on May 2, 2008 07:47 AM
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