I got this recipe from my old college roomie, Moe. I like this recipe because it is so simple and doesn't use butter, mayo, breadcrumbs or other "heavy" ingredients, so the taste of the salmon shines through. It's easy to modify based on the size of your fillet(s). I've also used a combo of low-sodium soy sauce and garlic salt (when I was out of fresh) and it was fine.
My parents always make this on special occasions, but it's also a nice refreshing dessert drink for anytime. If you can't find rosewater at your local Indian/Middle Eastern store you can omit, but it adds a lovely fragrance. I haven't tried this with Splenda yet but I will someday!
My mother's recipe. This is a very simple side dish to go along with an Indian or Middle Eastern meal. It's great over rice. The eggplant will be soft, not crunchy, so if you prefer a crunchy fried eggplant then this is not the recipe for you :) Cooking time does not include the time it takes for the oil to heat up. Enjoy.
I saw this on an episode of Tyler's Ultimate. Definitely a twist on mashed potatoes - you boil the potatoes in milk/cream instead of water, then use the liquid when mashing. Curious to see if this would work with buttermilk to save some calories. Can't wait to try it!
This is my idea of comfort food! Not very figure-friendly but the taste is so worth it :) I usually avoid using "cream of" anything or instant stuffing, but I make an exception for this recipe. I use boneless chicken breasts, but it's a great way to use up any leftover chicken too. Steps 1-4 can be done ahead of time (and freezes well). This makes a large batch so it's good for feeding a crowd. I like serving this with a side of fresh peas and crusty bread to soak up the sauce.
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