I am sorry for the long hiatus! Ten weeks seems like a very long time not to blog, or at least to this blogger! The reason why I have been away for so long is due to the newest love of my life, Wyatt Hudson- born on February 18, 2015.
It is time to get back to the kitchen trying out new things because I miss my own cooking and with the warmer weather here, it’s time to start whipping up some new summer dishes!
Because I do have a newborn, I do not have as much time to experiment in the kitchen, so I have been adjusting my schedule and coming up with easy to make meals that are done in 20 minutes. When my husband asked me what I wanted for dinner the other night, I wanted fish- Salmon to be exact! It is my favorite fish, and now that I am not pregnant anymore, I have been eating it whenever I crave it.
My husband decided to BBQ his chicken which gave me an idea of how I wanted to marinate my Salmon, BBQ flavored. When I opened my refrigerator, I noticed the pineapple we had, so I decided to spice things up a bit and crush up the pineapple, mix it with the BBQ sauce and brush it onto my fish. Bake on 400 degrees for 20 minutes, and a delicious dish is ready to serve!
I can not believe I have not done this sooner! Every bit was refreshing and delish, I will be making it again, and as the summer is quickly approaching I will have to try making it with seasonal fruits I pick up at the Peekskill Farmer’s Market.
1 1/4 pound Salmon
2 Tablespoons BBQ sauce
2-3 cut cubes fresh pineapple
Preheat over to 400
Add BBQ sauce and mix together.
Spread on fish. Bake in the over for 20 minutes and enjoy!
**Baking time can change depending on size of fish
**Sides can include baked Brussel Sprouts, Asparagus, Broccoli.
Salmon is an excellent source of Omega 3 fatty acids that can help improve cardiovascular health and fight depression. Salmon is also a great option for those who need to add more Vitamin D to their bodies as well as protect the eyes.
Knowing the benefits of the foods you consume will help your body stay healthier later on. It will also keep you out of the doctor’s office for longer periods of time, and for that your body will thank you!