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Oven Baked Salmon with Lemon Beurre Blanc Sauce

I love any kind of salmon with a good sauce on it! I rarely cook it because my kids are fans but I’m thinking maybe I need to force it on them a little more and they just might come around. This recipe was delicious and I made it as a Mother’s Day dinner for myself! Recipe adapted from Natasha’s …

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Salmon With Pineapple and Mango Salsa

Serves 4A fabulous dish to make that’s fast and tasty. Salmon 1 1/2 pounds Salmon Olive oilSalt and pepper to taste Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.Place fish in a baking dish and rub olive oil on top. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Bake until fish flakes about 12-15 minutes (timing depends on how thick your fish is, it’s usually …

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Pasta With Garlic, Tuna And Capers

This meal is super fast and creates little mess! It’s sure to impress your partner. Serves 43 tablespoons pine nuts, lightly toasted450 grams dry linguine1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil2 – 3 cloves garlic, minced 1/8 teaspoon red pepper flakes1 (170g) can chunk light tuna, drained2 tablespoons capers, drained Salt and pepper to tasteGrated Parmesan cheese Bring a big pot …

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Simple Tuna Noodle Casserole

I’ve got a great recipe for you today. This is so easy to whip up and uses just  4 ingredients:1 can cream of mushroom soup 1 can tuna  1 can evaporated milk(I use cream when I’m home)½ bag noodles. Basic pantry supplies you always have on hand  or on your “survival” shelves. Great for those  emergency dinners. Storms or illness just call  …

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Clean and Healthy Tilapia

Eating clean and healthy does not mean boring. This recipe really kicks it up a notch, both inflavor and with your metabolism. Cayenne, ginger,and mustard are ingredients that help you burn fat. Plus you get the health benefits of tilapia. Another nice thing is that it only takes 5 minutes to prep. Easy, easy!  I combine the ingredients in a shallow pie …

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Tilapia Oreganata

Oven baked tilapia with a garlic-herb coating. It couldn’t get any easier. You can make any serving amount you want anddon’t really need to follow the recipe exactly.This quick and delicious recipe workswith any fish.    This uses just basic everyday ingredients forthe coating. Use as much garlic as you want.Strip the oregano leaves off the stems and mince.  Used dried if that’s …

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Garlic Butter Salmon in Parchment Packets

Here’s another great way to make salmon. These little salmon bundles are a nice presentation  for dinner. They make the most tender moist  salmon and then there’s the garlic butter. That’s should be enough to try them.  You can make just one for yourself, or make  two or twenty. Plus you can even prep them  ahead of time so they’re …

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One Ingredient Onion-Crusted Salmon

I should call thiseasiest-ever–one-ingredient salmon. Dinner couldn’t get any easier or faster! This recipe used just 1 ingredient, dry onion soup mix and produces spectacular results. I use the George Forman grill and it’s grilled to perfection in about 5 minutes.  This is a small drill so I do 2 pieces at a a time.  I rub it with a …

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Lemon-Butter Baked Cod

I haven’t shared a cod recipe yet so I’mstarting with a favorite, very easy, and yummy one. Anything covered with lemon and butter is already going to be delicious.  This is such a simple little oven fish dinner.  It’s another quick one for your menu rotation.   Cod is a very mild firm white fish with large  flakes. It has just a hint of a “lobster” quality.  …

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Oven Parmesan Crusted Fish

This is a different coating for fish. it’s all parmesan cheese, seasoning.   It’s easy and delicious.  I’m using catfish, but this recipe will work with tilapia or any fish. Mix up the coating in a pie dish. Cut your filets into somewhat even sizes if needed. Coat with the cheese mixture.  Press on coating on boat sides to adhere. Put …

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