It’s beginning to rain cherry tomatoes; the forecast predicts it will turn into a flood. Today I made an extremely low labor, nutritious dish that incorporates the beginning of this bounty.
Basically all I did was roast salmon and cherry tomatoes together, then make a little sauce with the roasted tomatoes by tossing them with minced garlic, fresh basil and capers before serving.
I squeezed lemon juice over the cooked salmon and served it over a bed of orzo tossed with olive oil and a tad of garlic. If I was serving this to guests, I might have brushed a little butter over the cooked salmon, for their added eating pleasure.
My kids gave me an Instant Pot for Mother’s Day. Both passionate cooks, they told me they couldn’t imagine life without the contraption. But, to be honest, I rolled my eyes when opening the box—the last thing I need is another kitchen gadget cluttering my counters. That’s until I spied a yogurt button on the panel. I can make … Full recipe post »
Update: 1 cup of wild rice and 1 cup of farro both cook at the same time (as long as they’re not quick cook) and work great as a base for the chicken in this recipe, too. This morning we woke up to the first real snow of the year––good thing I’d purchased a chicken. … Full recipe post »
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