Baked Salmon, Asparagus, Tomatoes & Potatoes

11 Aug

Finally- a dish that is delicious, nutritious, and can be made in under an hour.

HWAITING*!

My darling new neighbor and good friend, Mshi, found a delightfully easy baked salmon recipe** from the book Home at 7, Dinner at 8 that we were both eager to try.

The recipe calls for nothing more than salmon, asparagus, tomatoes and potatoes, some olive oil, basic herbs + salt and pepper… which is quite the perfect combination of fresh & simple ingredients, if I do say so myself.

 The entire meal took us only 45 minutes to complete (including all the washing, cutting & baking) and, to be very honest, the process was so bizarrely easy that Mshi and I were bracing ourselves for a tasteless disappointment.  I mean, can good food be this quick?!

 

Turns out, it can!

This is the part when Mshi and I taste the salmon for the first time and start high-fiving each other like we just won the World Cup.

The baked salmon & veggies were unbelievably tasty (and healthy), especially when paired with white wine, fresh bread & a garlicky garden salad. I can’t wait to make this meal again.

Notes (*):

*Koreans say, “Hwaiting!” which I believe is derived from the English word, “fighting,” as a way to cheer themselves or others on.

**We followed the basic recipe, but omitted the Pancetta and added rosemary to the potatoes (only).  We also added dill and thyme to the salmon (only).

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4 Responses to “Baked Salmon, Asparagus, Tomatoes & Potatoes”

  1. CallypsoMystique August 11, 2011 at 4:16 pm #

    Sounds delicious and this post is such a big help, I am trying to find a way to make the Salmon tonight, trying to make a good tasty meal that my husband would like and something not too bland! Thanks for the links, great post, keep it comin’ ! 🙂

    -Salam! (Peace!)

    • akonrad August 11, 2011 at 9:39 pm #

      Thanks C. Mystique! Let me know how it turned out.

  2. aneta sinar August 20, 2011 at 4:40 am #

    Ayelet,
    I enjoy seeing Seoul through your eyes. What an experience!
    Thanks for the salmon recipe. I made it and it was very good, tasty and colorful.
    Neshikot,
    Aneta.

    • akonrad August 21, 2011 at 4:35 am #

      TODA ANETA!!! I know you somehow managed to make it 10x better, but I’m absolutely blushing because YOU tried MY recipe! neshikot

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