Somehow, despite it being mid October we don’t have fall yet. To say I’m salty is a massive understatement. To bridge the gap between this weird fall one day summer the next weather I wanted to combine flavors that to me are quintessential to each season.
In the summer seafood is my favorite thing to make, and I’ve been on a huge salmon kick due to the health benefits. And then in the fall I’m all about decadent soups and curry. Then of course you have corn which is an ingredient that belongs to both seasons.
It may seem like a weird combo but it actually really works. I love the flavor of curry and salmon together, and then the corn adds nice little pops of sweet freshness.
Is it a fall or summer dish? Yes. Continue reading “Curried Corn and Salmon Chowder”
I think almost everyone in South Carolina is no stranger to a salmon patty. Typically it’s one of those things that’s associated with that deeeep country and no frills. But what if we jazzed it up and gave it new life?
Enter lemon, dijon, capers, and a parsley lemon sauce. Salmon, whether fresh or canned is one of those ingredients that deserves zip and pep. Finding the brightness of the ingredients under the crispy crust from frying the patties is a match made in heaven. Continue reading “Salmon Patties with Lemon, Dijon, and Capers”
Poké, a bowl a la free form sushi, found all over Hawaii, has become my favorite thing to eat lately. I have already created one variant, but let’s be real, finding sushi grade fish can be tricky or downright expensive. Enter my ride or die, imitation crab, or krab if you’re tight like that.
This dish is not only affordable and accessible. It’s also light, flavorful, and perfect if you’re lazy because there’s a seven minute cook time. The only thing you make is the ginger soy dressing. And of course the best part of any salad or poké situation, CUSTOMIZATION. So go nuts with your toppings!
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