It's important to know your strengths and a chef I am not. Don't get me wrong, I can cook but if I won $100 million cooking would be the first thing I would scratch off my list. And this is exactly why you should pay close attention to any recipes I post. If I can make them and make them good then they are really easy and you'll be happy to have them in your rotation.
I found this recipe for grilled Salmon on All Recipes by some marinade wizard that goes by the name of Kerri Skrudland. You can see the original post right HERE!! I made a few very minor changes and here they are:
Orange Honey Salmon
The Line Up:
- 1/3 cup organic Orange Juice
- 1/3 cup Bragg Liquid Aminos (less sodium than low sodium soy sauce)
- 1/4 cup Raw White Honey
- 1 tablespoon freshly ground ginger
- 1 tablespoon minced garlic
- Salmon Filets
- Throw it all in a freezer Ziploc bag and let the salmon filet soak it all in for about an hour
- Bake it at 350 on a sheet of aluminum foil for about 12-14 minutes
- You can grill it if you want. I haven't attempted to even turn on a grill so I stick with the oven.
Make sure you have a toddler poke the fish while it is marinating.
The Line Up:
- Olive Oil
- Minced Garlic
- Sea Salt
- Kale (remove the stems - less your stomach will revolt and you will feel the wrath
- Coat a sauté pan with olive oil
- throw in as much minced garlic as you like and cook until almost brown
- turn the heat down low
- put the kale in, sprinkle some sea salt over it, toss it around, and put a lid on it
- I let this sorta steam/sauté for a minute and then turn the heat completely off
- I like my kale with a little crunch so keep an eye on it and toss it around so it doesn't stick
- When your kale is to your liking squeeze some fresh lemon on it and you are DONE!
Here is the final delicious product:
*I also like to add this little guy to the plate: Organic Quinoa & Brown Rice
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