COOK ONCE/EAT TWICE

Parents Canada - - Contents - BY JULIE VAN ROSENDAAL

Planked salmon and roasted veg­gies be­come a yummy pasta salad.

Planked salmon is sim­ple to pre­pare, the plank act­ing as a buf­fer be­tween the del­i­cate fish and in­tense heat of the grill while in­fus­ing the meat with flavour as it smoul­ders. Un­treated cedar planks are in­ex­pen­sive, and can be found in the seafood de­part­ment of most gro­cery stores. Coat any veg­gies you have on hand, like as­para­gus, broc­col­ini, pep­pers and zuc­chini, in oil and grill them along­side the salmon. Left­overs can be tossed into a quick pasta salad for lunch or din­ner the next day.

Sub­sti­tute steel­head trout

for salmon, it has a sim­i­lar look and taste.

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