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So, I've put together a quick and easy seafood recipe for you that is perfect for entertaining.
Preparation time: approximately 15 minutes
Cooking time: 32 minutes
Serves: makes 8 salmon pastries
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Seafood has always been one of those dishes I’ve enjoyed at restaurants but rarely prepare at home. Jay’s favorite dish is mussels, it’s the one thing he will always order when we dine out at seafood restaurants. So, I made it my mission to prepare them at home for him. He just finished finals at college last week so I thought what better way to celebrate than to prepare one of his favorite dishes.
And so I give you mussels in garlic white wine sauce.
Tip: When purchasing mussels make sure they are fresh, and average about 1 pound per person. Mussels should be tightly closed when purchased, or when tapped lightly, should close, if they don’t, throw them out. It’s always best to prepare them the same day you purchase them.
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Last week I shared a couple of our favorite products from ALDI, the liveGfree® Gluten Free Baking Mix for pancakes, and the liveGfree® Gluten Free Chocolate Crème Sandwich Cookies, along with a super easy summertime treat using the sandwich cookies.
This week I have a delicious gluten-free baked shrimp alfredo pasta recipe.
Serving: 5-6 depending on portion sizes
We all want our weeknight dinners to be easy, right? There's nothing worse than slaving away in the kitchen for hours preparing what we think will be an amazing dish we found on Pinterest, and the kids are only going to look at it, screw up their faces and make you feel like you just want to throw the entire meal in the trash and head for the closest drive-thru.
So unless I'm using the slow cooker I prefer to dish up as many 30-minute meals as possible during busy weeknights when we have after school activities and homework to contend with too.
These easy salmon and rainbow carrot foil packets are perfect. Serve with a side of mashed potatoes, rice or couscous.
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As you know I'm all about the quick and easy meal ideas in our house, especially during the week when we juggle homework, martial arts classes, appointments and other extra curricular activities. This easy shrimp scampi was a big hit recently.
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My kids absolutely love pesto, and it's quickly become a staple in our house. It's so easy just to throw over pasta for a quick weeknight dinner, and makes for a perfect healthy meal option for the kids.
I prefer to make it from scratch though, then I can throw a few extra things in there and they will never know the difference. They even loved the sundried tomato pesto I made a while back.
This meal is great because you can make the pesto ahead of time, make it in large quantities if you like and refrigerate it, or make a small batch in the morning, like I did here, and then use it later in the evening when it's time to make dinner.