Salmon, Oysters And Baby Potatoes


About to be baked pink salmon

Salmon is my new beef. I love the fresh and nude taste of this salmon. Literally, melted in my mouth, today’s power lunch was made of salt, pepper, garlic and this salmon– foiled and baked for 20 minutes at 350 c. Now, was that the easiest, simplest superstar meal you could possibly have?

To go with the baked salmon as siding, I boiled a few pieces of baby potatoes,  drained once cooked and assembled  inside  a piece of aluminum sheet for baking. Of course, that after I seasoned them with  salt, pepper and a teaspoon of butter. The potatoes went with half a cup of green peas, too. Such that:

The second dish was three-cheese baked oysters. The cheeses: cream cheese, quick-melting cheddar cheese and some grated parmesan. In a skillet, heat in butter 3 cloves of minced garlic, then add 3 tbsps cream cheese, 2 tbsps heavy cream, 1/4 cup whole milk and 1/2 cup quick-melting cheddar cheese. Adjust to desired consistency by adding whole milk. Season with a bit of salt and pepper. Stir continously until thick.

Once cooked, top cheese mixture on open faced oyster shells. Sprinkle with parmesan cheese on top. Garnish with chopped rosemary. 

 Bake for 20 minutes at 350c. Serve hot:)


8 responses »

  1. HI Caren!

    Can’t thank you enough for coming up with this site! This surely makes it to my “Jakarta Survival Guide” 🙂 Please keep the recipes coming…and make Jed happy hehehe…

    Hello to Jake and kisses to Sam!

  2. I miss our chikahan too!
    Naku, jahe naman if you’ll cook for us everyday…Ok na muna yung mga learnings ko from your site. It’s so inspiring, I never thought I can prepare these dishes! I just wish I give justice to your recipes 🙂 Jed gives me a passing mark naman all the time. Will try the others soon.
    Thanks again and keep it coming!

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