Asian-Glazed Sheet-Pan Salmon and Broccoli – easy 30 minute weeknight dinner. Salmon with a sweet and spicy glazed with roasted broccoli – all cooked on the same pan!
I’ve been obsessed with salmon for probably a year now and every few days I grill up a few blackened salmon fillets because I can’t go more than a day without salmon.
But, you guys, I’ve made this Asian-Glazed Sheet-Pan Salmon and Broccoli instead of my usual blackened salmon for the last 2 weeks and it’s officially my new favorite. The glaze is sweet and spicy and perfect on the salmon and the whole recipe is done in just 30 minutes – plus 30 minutes hands off time for marinating.
I also want to talk a little about one of my new favorite cookbooks!
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Strawberry Jalapeno Salmon – only 5 ingredients and ready in under 30 minutes! This delicious, healthy meal is going to become a regular in your house!
Happy Monday, guys!
I have officially entered that weird space where I really need my kids to go back to school because they are driving me crazy but I also want it to be summer forever so I don’t have to go back to real life.
I’ve been trying to get back into cooking more though. I can’t tell you how many times we’ve had cereal for dinner this summer. It’s just so easy to lose track of time and all the sudden it’s 6 pm and everyone is starving and maybe I haven’t been to the grocery store in a couple weeks.
So I’m currently obsessed with simple meals that only require a few ingredients and only take a few minutes to prep.
Today is day 4 of Spring Break and I have slept past 7 am exactly zero days.
What is wrong with me?!
I did take 2 naps yesterday, though, which was pretty awesome. Also, it snowed yesterday and that is SO not okay.
Anyway, we’re continuing to clean out the freezer and things are getting desperate. I’ve finally made it through the mountains of salmon I had in there and now I’ve got a tiny mountain of tilapia to deal with.
I will never eat fish again after this.
Buuuut, I’ve finally figured out how I like salmon. I always thought I didn’t like it but it turns out that I just don’t like it hot. So I’ve been cooking it, letting it cool to room temp, an then loving it.
This Maple Pecan Salmon is my current favorite way to have it. It’s really easy and the best thing about fish is how fast it cooks. This is ready in about 20 minutes! And, like I mentioned, I’ve been letting it cool and then I put it over spinach with some veggies and my beloved Newman’s Own Lite Honey Mustard Dressing – so good!
I’m kind of stumped on what to talk about today. We’ve been stuck in the house since we got home because of cold and snow and it’s now turned into ice and no one likes to skateboard and scooter (is that a verb?) on ice.
And oh, I know what I’ll tell you about. I’ll tell you about how cold my house was when we got home from vacation.
So when we left Colorado, it was probably in the 50s. And that’s hot if you’re my husband. Hot enough that every time I turned the heat on, he’d walk right behind me and turn it off.
You see where I’m going?
The heat was off for the entire 12 days or however long we were gone. And we happened to come home on the coldest day EVER. I mean, it was snowing in Texas. No one ever told me that it snows in Texas. I was shocked. Anyway, so it was negative 16 or something equally ridiculous when we finally got to Colorado.
And the temp in our house was…
38 degrees. In my house. I could’ve killed my husband.
Thankfully, it was warm for the majority of the time we were gone so the pipes were okay and all that. I would’ve full-on ugly cried if we had no hot water.
My husband has been on a fish kick lately so I made him this Easy Honey Salmon and now he’s obsessed. And I don’t mind because it’s cooked in an aluminum foil packet so it couldn’t be any easier. Plus it’s one of those recipes that I always have all the ingredients. He ate the entire pound of fish in one meal so it must’ve been pretty good!