Friday, 24 July 2015

Spinach Prosciutto Quesadillas

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Quesadilla Recipes





















 I decided to try some home made quesadillas, this is always a dish that I do enjoy when out with friends and just want a quick bite that is not all that filling. I though of what ingredients I wanted to use and a look through my fridge revealed that a trip to the grocers was in store for the near future but I did have lots of spinach and of course prosciutto, which is a dry cured ham that should always be thinly sliced. I grabbed some soft whole wheat tortilla shells and of course some shredded mozzarella cheese. When I started off this recipe I was thinking I would be pan grilling but then I figured I would add a twist and decided to pan fry them in a skillet with a bit of vegetable oil. The quesadillas should be cooked quickly once the oil is hot or you will burn them and they will become inedible. You can choose just about any other ingredients that you want to fill up the quesadilla, just remember to keep all the ingredients to one side so you can fold the tortilla shell. The quesadillas turned out terrific, you can have the as an appetizer or a light meal and if you don't want them too greasy use a paper towel to soak some of it up, for an extra kick at some hot sauce to the finish product..

Inspired by Dairy Goodness

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PENNE WITH SMOKED SAUSAGE
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Spinach Prosciutto Quesadilla Recipe
Prep Time: 15 minutes  Cook Time: 2 minutes  Servings: 2 

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Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Panko Crusted Salmon

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Salmon Recipes

I love to keep the fish rolling on my recipe blog and this time I have decided to give a panko mixture a try, I can't say often enough how I enjoy incorporating fish into my weekly meals. I mix and match spices to give my palate that taste that it enjoys when I am eating fish but you should feel free to add the spices that you enjoy to really make this salmon recipe yours. The one ingredient I always feel you can't go without when cooking fish is butter. I like to use the unsalted variety, so make sure you include it with your ingredients if you chose to go a little different on the spice selection. You can also use regular bread crumbs or kelloggs if you do not happen to have panko in your pantry. Fresh dill weed works best but if you do not have any dry works fine. A baking pan is what you need to use when you bake the salmon in the oven and if you don't happen to have one you can always use a baking dish, just remember to cover it up with tin foil, this will help the fish cook better. This recipe came out great and is so quick to make its a perfect weeknight meal that will not only impress you but any guests you may chose to feed.

Inspired by Family

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BAKED TILAPIA WITH GARLIC BUTTER MIX 
BROILED  SALMON WITH LEMON GARLIC RUB
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Panko Crusted Salmon Recipe
Prep Time: 10 minutes  Cook Time: 18 minutes  Servings: 4

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