A healthy and easy meal to make? Count me in. Salmon is very rich Omega 3 which is beneficial for brain health. It also helps to lower the levels of bad cholesterol and rich in Vit D . It is good food. Aside from Teriyaki Salmon , I also love Parmesan Crusted Salmon and don't get me started with Sriracha..I use it a lot as a condiment..
1 lb of Salmon Fillet
1-2 cups Breadcrumbs or Make your own Homemade Breadcrumbs
2 tsp Seasoned Salt
1/4 cup Parmesan Cheese
1 tsp garlic powder
2 tsp pepper
For the Roasted Asparagus:
A bunch of Asparagus
2-3 tsp of Kosher Salt
For the Sweet and Spicy Sauce:
1/3 cup Fat Free Sour Cream ( Can use mayo)
2 tbsp Condesed milk
3 tbsp Sriracha Sauce ( or more if you really want it spicy)
Start with making your homemade breadcrumbs , or store bought is fine.
Marinate your salmon fillets with lemon , sprinkle with salt and pepper. Put it in the fridge for about 20 minutes.
Mix in the Parmesan cheese, seasoned salt , pepper , garlic powder together with your breadcrumbs.
In a slightly greased baking dish , place your marinated salmon . Top with the seasoned crumbs.
Bake it at 350 ( pre heated) for about 25-30 minutes.
Meanwhile , make the sauce by mixing in your sour cream or mayo , sriracha sauce and condensed milk. Whip it until thoroughly combine. Set aside.
As for the Roasted Asparagus ,
Pre heat oven to 425 F
Trim the ends of your asparagus, wash and pat dry. In a cookie or baking sheet..spread the asparagus and drizzle with olive oil. Sprinkle with Kosher Salt and black pepper. Bake for about 10 minutes.
The asparagus is perfectly roasted, not wilted and just the right amount of crunch. I was actually surprised that our girls loved it.
Drizzle the sweet and spicy sauce on top or not..maybe as a dipping sauce.
Happy Eating !
Lots of Love,
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