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Glorious One-Pot Recipe:
Light & Flavorful
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5-7 red boiler potatoes, sliced thickly
sea salt & pepper to taste
1/2-3/4 lb. salmon fillets
1/2 tsp. olive oil
1 pinch lemon rind
4-5 yellow pattypan squash
7-10 mushrooms, sliced thickly
8-10 stalks thick asparagus
2-3 sprigs rosemary
Preheat oven to 450F. Spray inside of 2-quart
cast iron Dutch oven and lid with olive oil. Set slices of potato in a
thick layer in base of pot and season lightly with salt and pepper. Lay
salmon in next. Spray or drizzle olive oil on the salmon; then sprinkle
fish with lemon rind.
Trim top and bottom off of squash and cut it
into wedges like a pizza. Toss squash into pot and follow with mushrooms.
Snap bottoms off of aspargus and set the stalks in next. Top with rosemary
Cover and bake for about 25 minutes, or about 3 minutes after the aroma
of a fully-cooked meal wafts from the oven.
This is a lovely, light and flavorful recipe
that's perfect for summertime dining. It's also great for watching calories,
saturated fats, carbs, cholesterol, sodium -- you might say it's a dieter's
dream meal: mouth-watering flavors and textures that are filling and satisfying,
and nothing else!
Nutritional information per serving (2 servings
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had fun using pattypan squash in this recipe, but any yellow summer
squash will fit the bill. And if it's not asparagus season, consider
substituting broccoli spears.