Who doesn’t love a meal, and I mean a great meal, that you can prepare in about thirty minutes. That’s exactly what you can do with this recipe! You’ll be dining on pan seared salmon and fresh greens in no time at all. And, if you’re not as adept in the kitchen, then you may spend forty-five or fifty minutes. I can guarantee you that the wait is well worth it. Especially, IF you’re a salmon and greens lover like we are!
Now this one plate is enough for two. And, we both just took our forks and dug into the salmon and greens and put on our small salad plates. That’s one thing about eating. It’s an illusion. And, if you’re using a salad plate that ‘fills up’ fast, you have the illusion of eating more. When in fact you’re eating less. Dinner plates of yesteryear as in decades ago were much smaller than they are now. In fact, I’ve got some vintage dinner plates that look like today’s salad plates. The dinner plates are way too big, and we’re mentally prepared usually to fill that plate. That means we’re usually eating more. Right? Why not try eating on salad plates versus the Barney Rubble dinner plates and see what happens!
Here’s the thing about salmon. It’s like a steak. Some like it moist and translucent in the center most part, and that’s the way this salmon is prepared. But, if you like it more well done, then it’s as simple as cooking just a tad bit longer to your desired finish. Remember that you’re gonna let that salmon rest for a few minutes before diving into it, so it’s going to basically continue to cook in the reserved heat as it rests.
So, this recipe is for two folks. Perfect for a lunch on the weekend. A lazy evening dinner at the coffee table. Maybe a girlfriend’s come over and you want to fix something fast, quick and healthy. Yep, this is the ticket for you! This pan seared salmon and fresh greens will make you feel like a million bucks. Keep your energy up and running for hours. Not spiral you into those low blood sugar rushes. And, it’s gluten free to boot! What else can you ask for? Well, maybe that Ally come to your kitchen and do it for you! xoxox ~ally If you want your salmon cooked more well done, then cook a few minutes longer. Chard greens have tender stems that can be sliced thinly and cooked with the leaves. Greens with thick tough stems, like collards, should be deveined.
If you want your salmon cooked more well done, then cook a few minutes longer.
Chard greens have tender stems that can be sliced thinly and cooked with the leaves. Greens with thick tough stems, like collards, should be deveined.