Broiled Salmon with Spinach and Feta Recipe

Broiled Salmon with Spinach and Feta Recipe

 

 

This salmon direction takes but fifteen minutes to organize. You cook the salmon one by one from the greens that is however it comes along therefore quick. an ideal fast and healthy meal for a late nighttime supper.

The salty feta and spinach is balanced well with the robust flavours of the salmon and also the freshness of the lemon. truly makes a chicken with spinach and feta cheese that is incredibly similar and was presently within the works to be printed therefore expect that shortly too. Besides the plain spanakopita, really, Broiled Salmon with Spinach and Feta Recipe goes with everything, I particularly find it irresistible in alimentary paste and omelettes.

 

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INGREDIENTS

2 salmon fillets
salt and pepper
1 box baby spinach
1 tablespoon pine nuts
1 lemon
1/3 cup feta, crumbled

PROCEDURE

Turn on the broiler and position the oven rack in the top position. Put a large skillet on a burner on medium low. Pat the salmon dry on both sides and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Place salmon flesh side up on a baking sheet and put under the broiler until cooked. (I had lovely thin, tail salmon fillets and they took 5 minutes, but we like our salmon rare.)

While the salmon is cooking add the spinach to the skillet with a pinch of salt and pepper, if you can’t get it all in to begin with, that’s fine. Stir fry it until it wilts, adding more as there is room. When the salmon is wilted down, remove from the heat. Add the juice of half the lemon, the pine nuts, and the feta cheese and toss. Plate salmon together with spinach & feta mixture plus cut the remaining lemon in wedges and add to the plates.

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Slow Cooker Chicken a La King

 Chicken à la King originated in England and is like a casserole and a stew. It’s prepared with diced chicken in a creamy sauce with vegetables, such as carrots, green beans, and mushrooms, and served over rice or biscuits. Don’t let the fancy name or the “antique” nature of the dish fool you – it’s fairly simple to prepare, especially if you use our short cuts. This is a great recipe for busy folks who are looking for a hearty meal to feed a hungry crowd.

Chicken à la king can be made on the stove top, but for those of you who prefer the “set-it-and-forget-it” method – you know that’s our favorite way to make dinner! – this is right up your alley. We love a meal that is easy to make, easy on the wallet, and satisfying to the appetite. And mmm-mmm-mmm, is this one a keeper; the finished product comes out of the slow cooker so rich and creamy. Don’t forget to add biscuits or some crusty bread on the side – you’ll need something to help you scrape the sides of the bowl!

Need more chicken recipes?  Try my Chicken Souvlaki it’s amazing!

 

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INGREDIENTS

3 chicken breast
1 (26 oz) bag frozen mixed vegetables
( corn, carrots, peas, green beans)
1 yellow onion, diced
1 cup chicken broth
1 (10 oz.) can cream of chicken soup
Salt and pepper, to taste

PREPARATION

1. Use cooking spray to coat slow cooker.
2. Place chicken breasts in the bottom of slow cooker, then top with onion and add bag of mixed vegetables.
3. Stir together chicken broth and cream of chicken soup in a bowl, then pour mixture over chicken and veggies. For a slightly thinner consistency, add more chicken broth.
4. Cover slow cooker and cook on HIGH for 3-4 hours. Prior to serving, remove chicken and dice or shred, then return to slow cooker; season with salt and pepper (to taste) and give a final stir.
5. Serve warm with biscuits or a side of crusty bread.

 

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Lechon Baboy (Roasted Pig) Filipino Recipe!

Lechon Baboy (Roasted Pig) Filipino Recipe!

Lechon Baboy or Roasted Pig is an all-time favorite Filipino Fiesta Dish that you can’t resist when you saw it in the table; your diet is gone and when you smell this mouth-watering dish and the aroma??? It’s heaven! I personally love and obsess about this dish. But don’t eat too much especially when you have health problems. Well we Filipinos (Visayan) have sayings when eating too much of Lechon, “Bahalag Matay Basta Ky Nakatilaw ug Lami”. It means, “It taste delicious, who cares if I die?

Lechon has a long cook processing, you have to roast the pig for 4-5 hours depending of the size of the pig you want to cook. But it’s worth the wait. When it’s cooked and done properly the lLechon should be crispy skin outside, juicy, flavorful and tender in the inside.

 

This is my version of Lechon Baboy (Roasted Pig) Filipino Recipe! Enjoy!

 

Ingredients:

20 kg. 1 whole pig rinse clean and empty inside

20 bundles lemon grass, pounded

1 bundle spring onions, pounded

10 pcs. bay leaves

1 kg. garlic, chopped

1 kg. onion, chopped

3 cups salt and pepper

1 l  young coconut juice (glaze)

 

Directions:

Pour boiling water inside pig’s belly and drain.

Skewer the pig with a long bamboo.

Stuff the pig belly with lemon grass,bay leaves, garlic, spring onions, salt and pepper. secure with cooking thread.

Rub the skin with young coconut juice cause this will make the skin red and crispy.

Then, roast the pig slowly over hot charcoal then glaze with the remaining coconut juice from time to time.

Roast for about 4-5 hours or until skin is red and crispy and the meat is tender.

Serve while is crispy hot! Share with you neighbors, family and friends. Enjoy!

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  1. Pour boiling water inside pig’s belly and drain.
  2. Skewer the pig with a long bamboo.
  3. Stuff the pig belly with lemon grass,bay leaves, garlic, spring onions, salt and pepper. secure with cooking thread.
  4. Rub the skin with young coconut juice cause this will make the skin red and crispy.
  5. Then, roast the pig slowly over hot charcoal then glaze with the remaining coconut juice from time to time.
  6. Roast for about 4-5 hours or until skin is red and crispy and the meat is tender.
  7. Serve while is crispy hot! Share with you neighbors, family and friends. Enjoy!
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