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Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section
for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try to
make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed frozen
salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb count but it
was quite low.

I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend who
had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of fresh
salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I had a
bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh dill.

Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a goodly
amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still moist.

As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
honey chili dipping sauce

It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
throwaway foil one, so even better


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Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section for
some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the mornings.
Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try to make the
filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed frozen salmon with a
dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb count but it was quite low.

I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend who
had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of fresh
salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I had a
bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh dill.

Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a goodly
amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still moist.

As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red peppers,
red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and zucchini. I put
a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little water over the top.
Steamed them on a low temp until they were just cooked but still rather
crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a honey chili dipping sauce

It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
throwaway foil one, so even better



That sounds really good.

Cheri

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"Ozgirl" wrote in message
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Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section
for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try
to make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed
frozen salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb
count but it was quite low.

I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend
who had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of
fresh salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I
had a bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh
dill.

Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a
goodly amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still
moist.

As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
honey chili dipping sauce

It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
throwaway foil one, so even better



That sounds really good.

Cheri

_________

Another good thing is that the mayo sauce did not dry out or run off the
fish. I put a wedge of lemon on my plate and used it, not sure if the
other two did but the lemon did not detract from the great dijonnaise
flavour.

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Ozgirl wrote:


: "Cheri" wrote in message ...

: "Ozgirl" wrote in message
: ...
: Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section
: for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
: mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try
: to make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed
: frozen salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb
: count but it was quite low.
:
: I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend
: who had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of
: fresh salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I
: had a bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh
: dill.
:
: Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
: plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a
: goodly amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still
: moist.
:
: As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
: peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
: zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
: water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
: cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
: honey chili dipping sauce
:
: It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
: throwaway foil one, so even better
:


: That sounds really good.

: Cheri

: _________

: Another good thing is that the mayo sauce did not dry out or run off the
: fish. I put a wedge of lemon on my plate and used it, not sure if the
: other two did but the lemon did not detract from the great dijonnaise
: flavour.

Another good microwaave fish dish is one I devised using some sliced
vegetables like onion, green ro red pepper, and mushrooms. I put them
under adn over the fish fillet(salmon, tilapia, whatever is onsale) and
then use a salsa with teh heat of your choice adn some lemon juice. I
cover and micro until done, which usually depends on the thickness. It is
a nice, low carb, low fat easy dish that cooks up really in minutes
aftertaking about 203 minutes to prepare.

Wendy
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"W. Baker" wrote in message ...

Ozgirl wrote:


: "Cheri" wrote in message ...

: "Ozgirl" wrote in message
: ...
: Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen
section
: for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
: mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try
: to make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed
: frozen salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb
: count but it was quite low.
:
: I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend
: who had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces
of
: fresh salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew
I
: had a bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh
: dill.
:
: Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
: plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a
: goodly amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still
: moist.
:
: As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
: peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
: zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
: water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
: cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
: honey chili dipping sauce
:
: It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was
a
: throwaway foil one, so even better
:


: That sounds really good.

: Cheri

: _________

: Another good thing is that the mayo sauce did not dry out or run off
the
: fish. I put a wedge of lemon on my plate and used it, not sure if the
: other two did but the lemon did not detract from the great dijonnaise
: flavour.

Another good microwaave fish dish is one I devised using some sliced
vegetables like onion, green ro red pepper, and mushrooms. I put them
under adn over the fish fillet(salmon, tilapia, whatever is onsale) and
then use a salsa with teh heat of your choice adn some lemon juice. I
cover and micro until done, which usually depends on the thickness. It
is
a nice, low carb, low fat easy dish that cooks up really in minutes
aftertaking about 203 minutes to prepare.

----------------------

This sounds very much like something my son cooked a few months ago with
white fish. He made everything from scratch, including making guacamole
for the first time, lol. He used the guacamole with corn chips for the
first course (what we call entree). The fish was delicious so thanks for
reminding me From memory he used lime juice though.

Wendy



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On Fri, 18 Oct 2013 08:14:23 +1000, in alt.food.diabetic, "Ozgirl"
wrote:

Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section
for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try to
make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed frozen
salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb count but it
was quite low.

I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend who
had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of fresh
salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I had a
bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh dill.

Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a goodly
amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still moist.

As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
honey chili dipping sauce

It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
throwaway foil one, so even better


That sounds yummy. We love salmon, and I'm always on the lookout for
new ways to prepare it. Thanks
Karen
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I can't stand salmon unless it's raw (as in sashimi) or smoked (as in lox)



On 10/17/2013 3:16 PM, Cheri wrote:
"Ozgirl" wrote in message
...
Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section
for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try
to make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed
frozen salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb
count but it was quite low.

I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend
who had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of
fresh salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I
had a bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh dill.

Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a
goodly amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still moist.

As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
honey chili dipping sauce

It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
throwaway foil one, so even better



That sounds really good.


You are supposed to eat it, not listen to it.


Cheri


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On 10/18/2013 9:55 AM, Karen wrote:
On Fri, 18 Oct 2013 08:14:23 +1000, in alt.food.diabetic, "Ozgirl"
wrote:

Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section
for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try to
make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed frozen
salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb count but it
was quite low.

I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend who
had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of fresh
salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I had a
bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh dill.

Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a goodly
amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still moist.

As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
honey chili dipping sauce

It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
throwaway foil one, so even better


That sounds yummy. We love salmon, and I'm always on the lookout for
new ways to prepare it. Thanks
Karen


I can't stand salmon unless it's raw (as in sashimi) or smoked (as in lox)
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: On 10/18/2013 9:55 AM, Karen wrote:
: On Fri, 18 Oct 2013 08:14:23 +1000, in alt.food.diabetic, "Ozgirl"
: wrote:
:
: Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section
: for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
: mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try to
: make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed frozen
: salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb count but it
: was quite low.
:
: I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend who
: had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of fresh
: salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I had a
: bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh dill.
:
: Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
: plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a goodly
: amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still moist.
:
: As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
: peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
: zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
: water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
: cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
: honey chili dipping sauce
:
: It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
: throwaway foil one, so even better
:
: That sounds yummy. We love salmon, and I'm always on the lookout for
: new ways to prepare it. Thanks
: Karen
:

: I can't stand salmon unless it's raw (as in sashimi) or smoked (as in lox)
So why read about a salmon thread?

Wendy
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On Fri, 18 Oct 2013 19:18:30 -0700, in alt.food.diabetic,
wrote:

On 10/18/2013 9:55 AM, Karen wrote:
On Fri, 18 Oct 2013 08:14:23 +1000, in alt.food.diabetic, "Ozgirl"
wrote:

Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section
for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try to
make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed frozen
salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb count but it
was quite low.

I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend who
had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of fresh
salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I had a
bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh dill.

Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a goodly
amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still moist.

As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
honey chili dipping sauce

It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
throwaway foil one, so even better


That sounds yummy. We love salmon, and I'm always on the lookout for
new ways to prepare it. Thanks
Karen


I can't stand salmon unless it's raw (as in sashimi) or smoked (as in lox)


Well, we can't all like the same things. I don't care for it raw, but
do like smoked salmon.


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On 10/18/2013 07:18 PM, wrote:
I can't stand salmon unless it's raw


Huh? Out these parts, we refer to that as "bait". :-)
(Sorry, could not resist.)


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On 10/19/2013 10:23 AM, W. Baker wrote:
wrote:
: On 10/18/2013 9:55 AM, Karen wrote:
: On Fri, 18 Oct 2013 08:14:23 +1000, in alt.food.diabetic, "Ozgirl"
: wrote:
:
: Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section
: for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
: mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try to
: make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed frozen
: salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb count but it
: was quite low.
:
: I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend who
: had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of fresh
: salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I had a
: bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh dill.
:
: Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
: plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a goodly
: amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still moist.
:
: As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
: peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
: zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
: water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
: cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
: honey chili dipping sauce
:
: It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
: throwaway foil one, so even better
:
: That sounds yummy. We love salmon, and I'm always on the lookout for
: new ways to prepare it. Thanks
: Karen
:

: I can't stand salmon unless it's raw (as in sashimi) or smoked (as in lox)
So why read about a salmon thread?


Huh?
Because - as I have already pointed out - I like lox and (salmon) sashimi.
Try to pay attention!



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On 10/19/2013 10:57 AM, Karen wrote:
On Fri, 18 Oct 2013 19:18:30 -0700, in alt.food.diabetic,
wrote:

On 10/18/2013 9:55 AM, Karen wrote:
On Fri, 18 Oct 2013 08:14:23 +1000, in alt.food.diabetic, "Ozgirl"
wrote:

Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section
for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try to
make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed frozen
salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb count but it
was quite low.

I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend who
had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of fresh
salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I had a
bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh dill.

Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a goodly
amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still moist.

As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
honey chili dipping sauce

It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
throwaway foil one, so even better

That sounds yummy. We love salmon, and I'm always on the lookout for
new ways to prepare it. Thanks
Karen


I can't stand salmon unless it's raw (as in sashimi) or smoked (as in lox)


Well, we can't all like the same things.


We sure can't.

I don't care for it raw,

Not even dipped in a racy wasabi/soy sauce?

but
do like smoked salmon.


There you go.
We could eat salmon together without grossing each other out :-)
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On Sat, 19 Oct 2013 18:16:36 -0700, in alt.food.diabetic,
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On 10/19/2013 10:57 AM, Karen wrote:
On Fri, 18 Oct 2013 19:18:30 -0700, in alt.food.diabetic,
wrote:

On 10/18/2013 9:55 AM, Karen wrote:
On Fri, 18 Oct 2013 08:14:23 +1000, in alt.food.diabetic, "Ozgirl"
wrote:

Yesterday whilst grocery shopping I was looking in the frozen section
for some kind of fish that I can cook quickly in the micro in the
mornings. Jazzy like something between bread for breakfast and I try to
make the filling as healthy as possible. While there I noticed frozen
salmon with a dijon and dill sauce. Can't remember the carb count but it
was quite low.

I had already promised to cook dinner for one son and his girlfriend who
had a very busy day yesterday. I had already purchase 3 pieces of fresh
salmon from the fishmonger so the brain ticked over.... I knew I had a
bottle of Dijonnaise mayo in the fridge so bought some fresh dill.

Mixed an adequate amount of the dijonnaise with snipped dill (I used
plenty as I like the flavour). Topped each piece of salmon with a goodly
amount of the mix and baked the fish until done and still moist.

As a side, I cute up a variety of veggies - broccoli, carrot, red
peppers, red chillies, onion, garlic, purple cabbage, snow peas and
zucchini. I put a them all in an electric frypan and poured a little
water over the top. Steamed them on a low temp until they were just
cooked but still rather crisp. At the last I added 2 teaspoons of a
honey chili dipping sauce

It was all quite easy and fast to put together and the fish pan was a
throwaway foil one, so even better

That sounds yummy. We love salmon, and I'm always on the lookout for
new ways to prepare it. Thanks
Karen


I can't stand salmon unless it's raw (as in sashimi) or smoked (as in lox)


Well, we can't all like the same things.


We sure can't.

I don't care for it raw,

Not even dipped in a racy wasabi/soy sauce?


Probably not. I don't use much soy sauce. When I do use it, I use it
sparingly.

but
do like smoked salmon.


There you go.
We could eat salmon together without grossing each other out :-)


:-)



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