In chapter five of “The Joy of Being Disorganized,” I talked about meeting Oprah and what fun it was to find out she was a self-confessed SHE! It was a moment where a real life celebrity became just like you and me. Why can't eating be like that? You don't have to dine at the tables of Paula Deen, Rachael Ray or Giada to savor gourmet tasting food.
You can make it yourself! In this cooking video I show you one of the easiest ways to bake salmon-- that heart healthy source of omega-3 fatty acids. Doctors call it “brain food” but you'll just call it delicious.
Throw in a sprig of rosemary and you'll transport yourself to an outdoor table overlooking the Mediterranean Sea dreaming about what you'll do with all of those extra years of healthy living you have stretching out before you. Bon appetite mon ami, you're in for a treat!
Cut into serving slices
1 tbsp. lemon juice
1 tbsp. olive oil
1 / 4 tsp. Lawry’s Seasoning Salt
Sprig of fresh rosemary
Sprig of parsley for garnish
Salt and fresh ground pepper to taste
Put salmon on heavy duty aluminum foil. Drizzle olive oil over fish. Sprinkle seasonings on flesh side of salmon. Rub rosemary between your hands over the salmon…then put the entire sprig on top of it. Fold up foil and seal tightly. Bake in pre-heated oven at 375 degrees. Set timer for ten minutes. When it dings, check to see if salmon is done. Don’t overcook! Leave foil open and put back in oven if fish isn’t done. Keep checking up to seven minutes (it all depends on how thick the salmon is.
When done, peel off skin if you desire (lots of people love the skin). If you don’t, you can still use it in a fish stock if you’d like.
To serve, you can add a sprig of parsley and some tarter sauce.
Get foil out of house right away so it doesn’t smell up the house!
P.S. In my book The Mouth Trap: the butt stops here! I teach you how to get ALL sugar out of your diet. It really is poison. It's very slow acting but it's poison.