Tilapia with green beans and rice.
Very simple and easy to make dinner. I love tilapia soo much. It always comes out so perfectly.
The tilapia was soo flakey and delicious! It’s topped with bread crumbs and butter. (Sprinkle bread crumbs over top of fish, add a few thin patties of butter).
Baked at 375 F for 15 minutes. It is very easy to over cook, so keep an eye on it.
To ensure a perfectly cooked tilapia, after 10 minutes in the oven, use a fork and gently stab the thickest part of the fish to see if it goes in easy, or the fish flakes. If it’s undercooked (not done yet), the fork won’t go in as easy. Cook for a few more minutes. Overcooked=dry fish.
The green beans were boiled, added a little butter or olive oil, and salt and pepper it.
Rice cooked in rice cooker.
Seafood Salad sandwich for lunch!
So simple and easy to make!
- 1 cup of imitation crab meat
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise (I used light mayo)
- 2 slices of bread (I used white)
- 2 leaves of lettuce (I used iceberg)
- 1/2 lemon juice
- salt and pepper
- Chop up the crab meat into small pieces.
- Mix chopped up crab meat with mayonnaise in a bowl.
- Squeeze half a lemon and mix well.
- Add salt and pepper.
- Spread seafood salad on bread and add lettuce.
You can add different herbs and other ingredients to make it fancier :)
I just like the simple easy seafood salad. Soo yummy.
Surimi sushi roll!
I love sushi! So good!
Dinner: Salmon with asian glaze and green beans
Baked salmon, drizzled with a decadent asian sweet and salty glaze sauce, nested on a bed of rice with sauteed green beans.
Yum! Now here are the mouth watering details.
The salmon was sooo juicy and tender. Not overcooked. Slightly undercooked so it’s soft and moist.
My first time at making an asian glaze sauce. I combined different types of ingredients and tasted as I went. Adding more of so and so and such. I looked at multiple asian glaze sauce recipes online, and they were all soo different! So I chose specific ones from different recipes and made my own! It was sweet and it balanced well with the salt from the soy sauce.
The beans were sauteed in a garlic infused olive oil seasoned with salt and pepper. The rice was white rice.
I drizzled the sweet and salty asian glaze over the fish and rice.
Best. Sauce. I have. Ever. Made. From. SCRATCH! Ahhhhhh! So proud, so proud.
(recipe is currently being written, stay tuned :) )