This recipe is adapted from an old cookbook of mine, Seafood Twice a Week. It's a fast and easy recipe that uses many ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.
You could substitute tuna for the salmon, if you like. You could also double or triple this recipe, if you are feeding a crowd. As written, this recipe serves 4. I hope you enjoy today's video!
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Comment of the Week
Regarding Monday's skincare post, School of the Modern Home writes:
I have a great frankincense story. I use DoTerra frankincense oil as part of my morning and night skin care routine for about 2 years. I was having my eyebrows waxed and the beautician commented that she wasn't sure we was waxing correctly because she couldn't find the scar in my left eyebrow. She uses the scar as an arch guide. She handed me the mirror to assist her and I couldn't find the scar. So, since this was a toddler walking accident that gave me the scar I showed my mother. She couldn't find the scar either. I now have awesome eyebrows.
Wow, that is a great testimony for frankincense oil. I have heard many wonderful things about it. I bet your mother was amazed that the scar was gone. Thank you for sharing!
For those of you who have asked, I purchased my Frankincense oil from my friend, Antoinette, at doTERRA, who has a wealth of knowledge about essential oils. If you have any questions for her, you can contact her via her website here!
I hope you all enjoy today's quick and easy recipe. As a side note, this video is a few months old, and as such was shot with my old camera.
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