Source: Simply in Season
Date tried: February 5, 2018
Yield: 4 servings
Time needed: 30 minutes
I had a bit of trouble with this as I was using a gas broiler for the first time, and not sure how that would affect timing. Also, I found no fresh salmon, so used frozen. It was still a pleasant dish, but I think with fresh salmon and a familiar broiler or grill it would have been excellent.
Asian Grilled Salmon
Source: The Parkdale Potluck Cookbook
Made: January 27, 2014
Yield: 6 servings
Time to make: 30-40 minutes
This is a simple recipe and can be easily made in the time it takes to cook the rice. Note that the rice is cooked in two stages: with water and then with coconut milk.
Grilled Fish and Coconut Rice
Source: Recipes for a Small Planet
Made: November 19, 2013
Yield: As many as you like
Time to make: 5 minutes
A really, really quick snack invented when Rye Crisp was found to be the only bread in the house. The version below is only one possibility. The permutations are endless, as you can use most any pizza topping you happen to have on hand.
Quick Rye Crisp Pizzas
Source: Indian Recipes Under 30 Minutes
Made: November 16, 2013
Yield: 4-6 servings
Time to make: 30 minutes.
I am still discovering my own neighbourhood. A few weeks ago I found a lovely Indian grocery store within walking distance. And I found not only an ingredient which was new to me, chaat masala, but lots of other fascinating new things to try.
On my first try, I don’t think I mastered the instructions to let the potato shells crisp without letting them turn colour, nor do I have a proper grill, so under the broiler has to do. Nevertheless, although I found the recipe a bit fussy to put together, it is certainly a treat to the taste buds. And practice, no doubt, will make it seem easier.
Tandoori Aloo (stuffed potatoes)