Sunday, October 25, 2020

Delicious Easy Baked Salmon


Here is a very healthy and yummy easy recipe for Salmon or any fish. I also bake rockfish and tilapia but Salmon is perfect and hubby and son loves it. They can make sandwiches with it. 

Salmon is food for the liver. Since I had fatty liver, I watched my diet at times. Still being careful on what I eat. So here is what I love most when eating healthy. 

My plate has half of the avocado with a bit of honey, spring mix greens, walnuts, baked salmon and garlic shrimp in olive oil. My son loves shrimp! 

Now, for the baked Salmon. You can season it however you want. I like salt-free seasoning on mine with lots of garlic powder and pepper. Then bake uncover in the oven at 450°F for 15-30 minutes. Bake for 15minutes for every 12oz of Salmon. I always bake more than a lb so I bake it for 30 minutes. Skin will be crunchy and taste good! I eat it too☺

So hope you like it. Enjoy~

Sunday, October 18, 2020

Frozen Vegetables for Meals

 Hello everyone! I am eating healthy so here are easy meals that I always prepare when eating a healthy diet. I have brown rice, veges and baked salmon. I will post a recipe for Baked Salmon soon so just look for my next post. I also have a little container of cider vinegar with chili flakes for my salmon. I love to dip my fish in spiced vinegar☺

If I run out of fresh vegetables, I use the frozen ones. I am a fan of mixed frozen veges especially with corn, peas and carrots. My son loves them too. Daughter loves broccoli so I buy lots of frozen broccoli too. These are easy to prepare. No need chopping or slicing. You just have to put it in a pot and warm up or cook. Or put it on a microwaveable glass container, add 2-4tbsp water, cover with plastic cling wrap and use the microwave to cook them for 5-7minutes. The packages have cooking instructions so it is easy.

There are packages which are ready to cook. Just put the bag in the microwave and steams itself. I buy the cheap packages though and I could just heat them up outside the package.

Frozen veges last long so you don't waste any if you forget or don't have time to cook them. Hope this post helps you in any way. Thanks again for visiting­čĹŹ

Sunday, October 11, 2020

Baked Teriyaki Chicken

 Here is a healthy dinner for everyone. Baked chicken marinated in teriyaki sauce, brown rice, steamed veges with pepper and pinto bean.

The chicken was marinated overnight with Teriyaki sauce. It was a pre-made sauce and bought it together with the chicken from Albertson's. They are really good. But I also marinate my own chicken with Teriyaki sauce that I bought from Costco. It is really good (Mr Yoshita brand). 

Bake the marinated chicken at 450° F for 45-55min. I cover it so it won't dry up then take out cover 15 minutes before I turn off the oven to have a beautiful brown color on the meat. Either way is still yummy. Enjoy~

Sunday, October 4, 2020

Baked Pork Chops with BBQ Sauce

Wow! I just love this recipe. I made this myself by just following the Pork Ribs BBQ recipe. Instead of pork ribs, I used pork chops.

So this is my son's plate. He was not a fan of bbq sauce and no matter how hard I tried before to get him to eat food with bbq sauce, no success at all. But this time, I succeeded!

So here's my recipe. 

You will just need 3-4 pcs pork chops and BBQ sauce.

Preheat oven at 275°F. Place chops in a tray and season it with salt and paper on both sides. Cover with foil and bake it for 3 1/2 hours. Add bbq sauce over pork chops, cover and bake additional 25 minutes at 375°F. The chops will be so tender and very delicious­čśő

Serve with baked potatoes and steam vegetables. Bon appetite!