Welcome to my world of fiber art love! I love all things fiber art but mostly art quilting, rug hooking and felting. I try my hand at knitting and crocheting sometimes and occasionally will sew up something simple like drapes or aprons! Also, it is my musings and contemplation on life in general. Enjoy AND KEEP CREATING!
Sunday, July 22, 2012
Tina's Salmon.....soooo easy.
for the salmon...easy peasy! I have another similar recipe which calls
for making your own lemon dill sauce but honestly this way is so much
easier and at least as good.
I large salmon filet
2 lemons sliced very thin
a small bunch of fresh dill (I prefer the fresh over the dried but in a pinch you can use dried)
2 cloves of garlic cut
1 bottle Mccormick lemon butter dill sauce
you do is wash the wish, pat it dry, pour the entire bottle of marinade
on the fish, squeeze half a lemon over the fish, add good sized pinch
of sea salt, pepper chopped fresh dill, garlic and drizzle with olive
oil, place 5 or 6 lemon slices over fish. Cover with aluminum and
refrigerate, I have refrigerated for up to several hours. I bake it
either in a pyrex dish or a baking tray for about 30 minutes and turn it
up the last 3-4 to crisp it just a little bit. Take it out, squeeze the
other half of the lemon over the entire fish and voila! That is it!!
Could it be any easier? And its very tasty!