Everyone loves a good salad dressing, right? Well this one isn't only good, it's REALLY good. This Mustard Balsamic Vinaigrette is tangy, a little salty, and super easy to make. With this recipe, you'll never have to buy dressing from the market again!
What you'll need:
3/4 tsp Kosher Salt
2 Large Cloves of Garlic
1/4 cup Lemon Juice (sour)
1 Tbs Balsamic Vinegar
2 Tbs Olive or Canola Oil
1 tsp Dried Mustard Powder
Chop the garlic and place it in a mortar with the salt. With the pestle, mash the garlic and salt together until it becomes a paste.
Add the lemon juice, oil, vinegar, and garlic mixture, and mustard powder to a m...
Salmon Patties / Salmon Cakes are easy, delicious, and make a great alternative to crab cakes. They're also fantastic as an appetizer, atop a salad, or between a couple buns!
I've been making these salmon patties for a few years now. Asher and I created this recipe on a whim while trying to diversify how we prepare fish, and it's been a favorite ever since.
Though I keep my salmon patties fairly consistent, the beauty of this recipe is that you can easily add in additional ingredients*. For instance, you could add in chopped spinach, fresh garlic, lemon zest, or dare I say.... bacon!
*Make sure to adjust the breadcrumbs or egg so the mixture will hol...
Shopping at the local farmers market is a great way to venture outside and pick up some fresh ingredients you don't always see at your local supermarket.
At this week's farmers market, I lucked out and snagged some broccolini from my favorite vendor. (Why are they my favorite vendor, you ask? Because they always have an awesome and inexpensive selection of unique asian greens like chrysanthemum leaves and mizuna... but I digress...)
Though broccolini is great simply roasted with some salt, pepper, and olive oil, I wanted to try something different. I just recently picked up some Coconut Aminos from Whole Foods and thought that this would...