2010-04-23

Fish n' Taters

Ok. This is gonna be mostly pictures.

Again, i'm not going to go through the whole recipe for either of these items, because I didn't really do anything special with them, and they're someone else's creations... All I did was pair them together and feed my roommates.

Two awesome recipes that I encountered this week:

First off, Stephanie Im over at lickmyspoon.com posted this delicious looking salmon recipe: Salmon with creamy mustard sauce.

Second, my dad notified me of an awesome potato recipe he'd seen on a site called The Pioneer Woman and I simply had to try it: Crash Hot Potatoes

The only changes I made to these two recipes:

For the salmon, i didn't have any capers, so I improvised and minced a few small pepperoncinis instead.

For the potatoes, I used chives instead of rosemary.

And now for the pictures (get your salivary glands ready):



















I don't usually buy salmon or order it in restaurants, but this stuff just looked really good.





















SMASH!



























Atlantic Salmon on FoodistaAtlantic Salmon

7 comments:

  1. I've used that recipe of Ina's too! Love it. Will try it sometime w/yogurt. - another favorite recipe from her is the blue cheese coleslaw. - Maureen

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  3. I've tried the hot crash potatoes but the salmon with mustard sauce is simply mouthwatering.If you wont mind I'd love to guide Foodista readers to this post.Just add the foodista widget to the end of this post and it's all set, Thanks!

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  4. You can't go wrong with Pioneer Woman! And we eat a lot of salmon around here. It's so quick and tasty on a weeknight.

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