June 29, 2010

Baked Tilapia

Recipe courtesy of a member of the OHO forum.


Cooking spray
5 Tilapia fillets
1/4 cp. Lemon Juice
2 Tbsp. Butter, melted
1 Tbsp minced Garlic
1 tsp. Worchestershire Sauce
1/8 tsp. ground red pepper (or more to taste)
2 tbsp. Parsley
1/4 cp. Parmesan Cheese

Arrange Tilapia in bottom of baking dish (or sheet) coated with cooking spray. (single layered)
In seperate bowl; combine lemon juice, butter, garlic, worchestershire sauce, and red pepper. Pour over Tilapia.
Sprinkle with parmesan cheese.
Bake at 425 F for approximately 10 minutes or until tilapia is done. Sprinkle parsley over tilapia and serve.

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Menu: 6/21-6/29

See, I haven't completely stopped making menus. I just forgot to post this last one up. Been busy, busy, busy!

Monday Dinner: BLTs (spinach instead of lettuce) and steamed broccoli
Wednesday Dinner: delivery pizza
Thursday Dinner: Waffles and bacon
Friday Dinner: Pasta with Pumpkin and Sausage (cut recipe in half), fried squash, homemade biscuits

Saturday Breakfast/Lunch: Cereal and fruit
Saturday Dinner: Friend’s birthday
Sunday Breakfast/Lunch: Biscuits and scrambled eggs
Sunday Dinner: spicy chicken stir fry (Newman's Own has a good Asian dressing without the HFCS that's in Kraft)

Monday Dinner: Baked tilapia, whole wheat pasta, and zucchini (DH loved the tilapia! :))
Tuesday Dinner: beef ravioli and broccoli

June 10, 2010

Another purpose for the oh so wonderful cast iron skillet...

Storage is a premium in my kitchen. When I finally bought myself a wonderful cast iron skillet last year (a must have for any kitchen!) I was overjoyed. But I could not find a place to keep it but still be able to access it without bodily injury. One day a light bulb lit up over my head.

Magnets sticks to cast iron skillets.

I went out a bought a wall hook that can handle the weight easily. With the aid of a magnet I now have not only a great place for keeping my skillet but also a place to hang up my recipes as I'm cooking.

It's on the wall at a height that's easy for me to see and read from my main prep space. And now I don't lose my recipe under a mound of ingredients (which has happened multiple times). Or play storage games with the skillet.