Five Star Meal: Maple-Glazed Salmon

Here’s a recipe that’s *Good for you *Fast *Easy

Maple Glazed Salmon from Cooking Light

You just put a seasoning rub on it, broil it for 6 minutes, then throw a 1/2 Tbsp of oil on each portion, broil another minute and WHAMO.


Since I didn’t have any couscous, I made brown rice in the pressure cooker.  Then I threw it in with some sauteed vegetables (carrots, onions, zuchinni) and some garlic (of course).  Then, to top it off I Threw in a few handfuls of pomegranate seeds, and they were actually really good in it.  Just a nice burst of color.

Gotta eat the rainbow, you know. :)  Enjoy!

P.S.  I put my cookies to cool on newspaper.  You might be grossed out by it, but it wicks all the excess oils from the cookie and it’s how my mom did it.  Also, I tend to make a TON of cookies so I just don’t have the cooling racks to support it. No, the ink doesn’t get on the paper and I don’t use the comics since that’s the one section that gets a lot of use at this house.

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  1. says

    I am not a fish person(tuna is about my limit), but I am wanting to see if I can find some fish recipes that I can stand(my husband likes salmon). I’ll add this to the list of possibilities. Where do you get your salmon? (if you don’t mind me asking)

  2. says

    YES! You used the pomegranate seeds. Awesome. :)

    Sounds like it all came together pretty well. We had burritos. At 8:30. Yup, I fail.