As food enthusiasts, we are always on the lookout for healthy recipes: here is a dish that is both nutritious and easily tweaked according to taste. Salmon is known for being a good source of protein and instead of using store-bought rubs and/or marinades, make your own marinade!
This African marinade is called Chermoula. To give credit where credit is due, Joonbug must say that we found this recipe while browsing Epicurious.com. A fabulous place to browse a grand list of tasty dishes. Here is the method of preparation and the website's recipe link.
As the latest Hallmark holiday approaches, you might consider impressing your sweetie with a stay-at-home meal of mini pork loin chops, red-skin potatoes, & green beans. This Real Simple recipe makes it easy for you to do so. To get started, you need the following ingredients.
4 tablespoons grape seed oil (recipe called for olive oil)
Impress a new beau with an impromptu gourmet breakfast or feed yourself cheaply and well at any time of day with this delicious open-faced egg sandwich!
Open-faced egg sandwich with arugula and goat cheese, serves 2.
1.5 tbsp goat cheese
1 tbsp chopped Italian parsley
2 slices crusty sourdough bread
1.5 cups washed arugula
1 tsp olive oil
the juice of half a lemon
1 tbsp of unsalted butter (unsalted butter has a more delicate taste than salted)
Crack five eggs into a bowl and scramble with a fork. Add chopped Italian parsley and add mixture to a teflon pan on high heat. Scrape eggs around the pan with a spatula as they cook to the texture of your preference. (I prefer them to be softer). About one minute before done, spoon crumbled goat cheese into the eggs, and cook until they are properly melted.