August 9, 2009

Dinner for 2 under $10 - Part II



After making ratatouille last night (and saving some to use as a side tonight), we decided to try another Jacques Pepin-inspired recipe. We love this recipe because it's easy and it's made right on the (oven-proof) serving dish (less dishes to wash!)

Ingredients (NYC prices):
1 lb salmon fillet ($6.35 - on sale)
2 tbsp fresh rosemary (from herb window box; you can substitute this with any herb)
canola oil
salt and pepper

Total: $6.35

Directions:
Preheat oven to 200F (so that your serving plate does not burn)
Spread oil on the serving plate
Put salmon (skin side down) on the serving plate
Add a little bit of oil on the fish (so that the seasoning will stick)
Chop up the rosemary and sprinkle it on the fish
Grind salt and pepper onto the fish
Put the fish in the oven.
Cook for 45 minutes or until salmon flakes.
Serve with last night's ratatouille.

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