It’s time for another What’s For Dinner? segment. I am always looking for something new to cook as I not only get tired of cooking the same things over and over, but also eating the same things. Every other Wednesday (or even more often!) I will be sharing a new recipe along with kitchen tips, from how to stretch your food even further to tips to save you time. If you would like to see past recipes posted you can find them at What’s For Dinner Wednesday.
This week’s recipe is a nice and simple one that takes little of my time to prep, but is full of flavor. Plus I can get it ready and it can go in the oven, or if we’re grilling out we can put it on the grill too. I’m thinking that I’ll be making this for Mother’s Day this year for our annual cookout.
Salmon, Bacon & Feta Packets:
4 – 6oz 1 inch Salmon Fillets, skin on
1/2 C Ranch Dressing
3 Slices of bacon, cooked and crumbled
1/4 C Feta Cheese
2 Tomatoes, diced
Place each piece of salmon skin side down on a piece of foil approximately 8″x12″. Top each with 2 T ranch dressing, 1T bacon and 1 T feta. Fold up the foil to create a packet leaving the top exposed. Cook in a 375 oven for approximate 20-25 minutes or until salmon flakes easily.
If you want to grill it, heat your grill to high and place your packets on the grill and close the lid. Cook for about 10-12 minutes or until opaque and flakes easily.
Top your packets with tomatoes and you’re ready to go! Wasn’t that easy? Such a nice simple meal with little time in the kitchen.
Original Source: RachelRayMag.com