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Citrus Salmon & Asparagus

I am certain that some of you have noticed by now that I, unfortunately, have not prepared salmon in a very long time, and no it’s not because I have lost my taste for salmon. I will always have a love for it. As it is not only delicious, but it too is extremely healthy. But the reason why I had to stop buying it for awhile is that it can be real costly. Therefore I don’t buy it as often as I probably should. However, I am going to do my best to buy it at least once a month.

So with that said, I purchased a real nice medium sized salmon fillet through this fantastic service called Instacart. I will give you a full review and more info on instacart later this week, but they are a grocery delivery service that have workers do your grocery shopping for you, and then they’ll deliver it to your home on front doorstep or at your place of work.

Finally, onto the original topic, I cut the fillet into equal portions and cooked a beautifully healthy, simple and delicious salmon recipe! Amazing flavors of oranges, lemon, and lime glaze these salmon fillets, and when roasted with asparagus spears, it quickly becomes a super flavorful one-pan meal. Healthy dinner ideas don’t get much easier or delicious than this!

One Sheet Pan Citrus Salmon Asparagus

Ingredients

4, (4-6 oz.) salmon filets
1, (8-12 oz.) bunch of asparagus spears, rinsed, woody ends removed

Glaze:

Zest and juice of one navel orange
1/4 c. lime juice
1/4 c. lemon juice
2 Tbsp. honey
2 cloves, minced garlic (about 2 tsp.)
2 orange slices, halved
salt and pepper

Instructions

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lightly spray a baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray or line with aluminum foil.

  1. Evenly place the asparagus on the previously prepared pan. Put the salmon filets on top of the asparagus. In a small bowl, mix the orange juice and zest, lime and lemon juice, honey and garlic.
  2. Once honey is completely dissolved, pour over the salmon and asparagus. Place an orange slice half on each of the salmon filets. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste. Bake in the oven at 400 degrees for twenty minutes. Remove from oven, and serve immediately.

Source Delightful made

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Coming up this week on cooking with Court

Buffalo Chicken tatquitos 

Side Dish ???

Slow Cooker Pizza-Stuffed peppers

Potato soup

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Balsamic Chicken and Vegetables

I enjoy anything with balsamic vinegar. Food covered with a thick, delicious layer of balsamic reduction is my kind of food. Whenever I taste food that is coated with balsamic my, taste buds can’t help it but go crazy over this stuff. I love the sweet and tanginess to it. Mmm…mmm..It’s just so so good!

Last night I was doing what we all strive to do and work best toward, and that’s multitasking. Here’s what I did; watched Netflix and cooked this tasty One-Skillet Balsamic Chicken and Vegetables. Ha, I’m pleased to say that it was a success and I did a great job!

This recipe is easy, ready in fifteen minutes, healthy, and made in one pan, and your hungry stomach asks for in seconds. Not to mention veggies. The chicken is juicy and tender while the vegetables are perfectly crisp-tender. I used broccoli and sugar snap peas, but you could try zucchini, cauliflower, asparagus, tomatoes, or your favorites. Everything is coated with a tangy yet mildly sweet balsamic glaze. It’s perfectly thick and clings to the chicken and seeps into the cracks of the broccoli.

Omgoodness crazy it’s good! I want to drizzle balsamic on everything lol.

 

One-Skillet Balsamic Chicken and Vegetables

Ingredients:

1/3 C balsamic vinegar
2 Tbsps honey
1 Tbsp light brown sugar packed
1 Tbsp olive oil for sauce + 2 Tbsp for cooking chicken
2 tsp flour
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
4 boneless skinless chicken breasts (approximately 1 pound), pounded thin and cut in half
2 C broccoli florets
1 1/2 C sugar snap peas (peapods may be substituted)
2 to 4 Tbsp water, optional and if needed
Directions:

1. Combine in a medium bowl the balsamic vinegar, honey, brown sugar, olive oil, cornstarch, salt, pepper, and stir well; set the sauce aside. In a large skillet, add the two tablespoons of olive oil, add the chicken breasts, season with salt and pepper and cook over medium-high heat for approximately five minutes or until chicken is nearly seventy-five percent cooked through.

2. Flip chicken halfway through cooking. Cooking time will vary based on the thickness of chicken breasts and sizes of pieces. I cut the chicken breasts in half (or use a meat mallet to pound them thin) as they will cook quicker. Combine the sauce, seeing that it may bubble up in the first few seconds.

3. Next, add the vegetables, evenly sprinkled over the skillet, some will be on top of the chicken. If required add two to four tablespoons of water to help the vegetable steam. Adding water will vary based on the amount of natural juices the chicken released while cooking. Cover skillet and allow vegetables to cook for about three to five minutes, or until crisp-tender and chicken is cooked through.

4. Stir to coat vegetables with sauce evenly. Taste sauce, correct for seasoning balance, making any required corrections before serving (more salt, pepper, touch of honey or balsamic vinegar, etc.) Will keep airtight in the fridge for up to four days. Serve cold or reheat gently before serving if desired.

Source Averie cooks

 

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