BROILED SALMON WITH SWEET PEPPER – MEAL IN A JAR

BROILED SALMON WITH SWEET PEPPER – MEAL IN A JAR

Do you love salmon? Me, I am a big fan of this seafood. Salmon is the first fish that I used to train my husband. My husband denied to eat seafood for 35 years of his life, until we met each other and I started training him to eat seafood. Now he is a big fan of fishes, shrimp, crab legs, lobster, oyster and you name it.  Seafood is rich in protein, less fat, full of DHA, iron, zinc, Omega 3 and many more. So, consuming seafood is a heathy way to treat your body without working out.

This dish is a quick and easy meal and this recipe can be great for your Meal In A Jar as well. For 45 minutes, you can cook 6 servings of this dish, which is 3 lunches for 2 people. Let me show you how to make 6 Meal In A Jar – Broiled Salmon With Sweet Pepper

Servings

6 servings

Ingredients:

  • Salmon: 1.5 lbs (or 6 slices)
  • Ginger: 1 big piece (Half of a banana)
  • Japapeno pepper: 1 pepper
  • Chopped onion: 2 cups
  • Sweet pepper: 4- 8 peppers
  • White rice: 3 cups
  • Lettuce: 2 heads
  • Tomato: 2
  • Cilantro
  • Salt, black pepper

Before pepper 2 with signaturePicture 1: Salmon After 1st Broiling 

Directions:

Step 1: Cook the rice: Put all the rice in a rice cooker, put the water 1 inch above the rice level. Hit the “Cook” button. It will be done in 30 minutes (depending on your rice cooker)

Step 2: Marinate the salmon: use salt and black pepper, let the salmon marinated while we do the prep work. Turn the oven to broil status.

Step 3: Prep work: Chop and slice ginger and jalapeno to thin strings. Chop sweet peppers to half ring size. Chop the cilantro to small pieces.

Step 4: Layering the salmon tray: Use 1 cup of chopped onion to make the first layer. Then use half of ginger to make the second layers. Then put the salmon on top of those. (tips: only layer the onion and ginger under the salmon pieces so it will not be burnt while broiling)

Step 5: First broiling: Put the salmon tray in the oven. After 20 minutes, get the tray out put all the remaining ginger on top of the tray. Put it back to the oven.

Step 6:  Second boriling: After 5 minutes, get the tray out, put all the chopped onion and sweet pepper pieces on top of the tray. Let it sit in the oven for 4-5 minutes. Now put the cilantro to the tray and let it sit for 1 minute.

IMG_2557 with signaturePicture 2: Salmon After 2nd Broiling

You are done for the salmon.

Now the easy part is packing the lunch to the jar, I am sure you know how to do it.

IMG_2578 Picture 3: Broiled Salmon and Sweet Pepper

 

Fish cake and ginger chicken – Meal in a jar

Mason jar is a wonderful item that you can use it for many purposes. I use a lot of the jars to store my dried food as well as canned food. I also love the decoration that mason jar offers while storing fresh food. So as one of the Meal In A Jar fan, I would love to share you one recipe that I make for lunch. It is full of nutrition, provides you enough energy and it is healthy.

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Fish cake and ginger chicken – Meal in a jar

Servings: 5

Ingredients:

Fish cake: 1 unit of 16 oz (you can buy in an Asian grocery store, about $5/each)

Chicken breast: 1 pound

White rice: 3 cups

Baby carrot: 1 pound

Okra: 2 pounds

Ginger: 1 small piece, size of 2 match boxes

Fish sauce: 1 tbs

Directions:

Step 1: Cook the rice: use the rice cooker, put 1 inch water above the rice level and hit the “cook” button

Step 2: Cook the chicken breast: Cut the chicken to small piece, slice the ginger. Put all the ginger and chicken in one pot, season with salt, fish sauce and let’s cook for 20 minutes, you can open the lid if there is a lot a water. When the water is gone then the chicken is done.

Step 3: Cook the okra: put the okra to the boiling water, when it is almost boiling again, take all the okra to the plate

Step 4: Slice the fish cake to small pieces.

Now all the ingredients are ready. You will need to nail them to the jar. Is that easy?

MAKE YOUR OWN BEAN SPROUT

MAKE YOUR OWN BEAN SPROUT

Bean sprout is cheap, healthy, easy to make and easy to cook. It is very popular in Asian countries and you will be surprised to see that bean sprout can be ate with any meal. This green guy can be found easily in Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Korean cuisines… you name it.

Since bean sprout is easy to digest, healthy, full of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, iron, protein, I am sure you will not feel disappointed to have it in your kitchen. And all the housewives will go crazy if they know that bean sprout helps to boost their husbands’ fertility aid as well as sexual strength. Also if any person in your family has gas problem from eating beans, let’s switch to eating bean sprout and this will avoid the problem. My husband and I also use bean sprout as pre-workout snack since it does fill the body with water and nutrition. This is the amazing diet food if you are looking for low carb as well.

It is very easy to make your own bean sprout. I make my own bean sprout once a week and I have enough bean sprout to eat every day for the whole week. Let me show you how to do it:

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Ingredients:

Mung bean (non-split mung bean): 1 cup

Directions:

  1. Wash the mung bean and soak for 1 night (or 12 hours)
  2. Use a steamer, put the mung bean in the top layer, rinse water twice a day. Note: if you want your bean sprout to be fat and big, use a heavy plate or bowl, put on the bean sprout.
  3. After 2-3 days, your bean sprout should be ready. Depending on your room temperature, it can be fast or slow. The warmer the room is, the faster it grows.

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Enjoy your bean sprout!!!