More fish? More fish!
Recently I've been on the hunt for ways to get more omega-3-rich fish into our daily meals and I had to come back to my old favorite: salmon. Salmon's not the most thriftastic fish around, but it sure is delicious.
I had been dreaming of salmon ever since we enjoyed the most delicious Japanese salmon dish at our friends' house the other week. The salmon had been marinated overnight in another old favorite: miso.
I'm not so patient, so here's my quicky-version of Miso Glazed Salmon.
Miso Glazed Salmon
1/2 lb. filet of salmon
1 Tablespoon white miso paste
2 Tablespoons mirin
1 Tablespoon water to thin glaze
Mix the miso paste and mirin in a bowl. Add water slowly to slightly thin the glaze. Spread on salmon filet and let sit for 10 minutes. Place on baking sheet and place under a broiler about 10-12 minutes (this could be shorter depending on the heat of your oven--as you can see, my oven was a little too hot! I'm still learning how to use the broiler in this kitchen.)
Ginger Honey Carrots
2 cups baby carrots
4 thin slices fresh ginger
1 teaspoon low sodium soy sauce
1 Tablespoon honey
salt to taste
Place carrots and thin slices of ginger in a saute pan and add water to pan (not so much that the carrots are submerged). Cook over medium-high heat until carrots are tender. If there's a lot of water left, drain it off. Add soy sauce and honey and stir. Turn heat down to low and cook until carrots begin look lightly glazed, about 5 minutes.
Green Bean Bundles
Run knife or finger along chives to flatten and make the chives more flexible. Tie 3-4 trimmed green bean together with a chive (I wrapped the chive around and then made a little knot.) Place in a steaming basket over simmering water with some peeled garlic until beans are bright green and tender.
A rich dish that's both healthy and satisfying
A slight splurge, but still less than going out
Easy fish fast