15 Minute Meals: Broiled Salmon & Edamame Salad

For months now, Rob has been telling me that "people would really like 10-minute meals, Sheh" "I think it would be a hit!". I appreciate the thought, but, unless I give you guys a million salad recipes, 10 minute meals are kind of tough. Though, the guy has a point. So yesterday, as I was putting together a ridiculously easy and healthy dinner... I realized that it was only taking me minutes to prepare it. Then, I started thinking of a handful of meals that only take about 15 minutes to prepare. I think 15 minutes is doable! And so I give you, the first "15 minute meal" out of a new series that I will start writing. You can thank Rob for this.

You can use any fish for this, but, I really like broiled salmon. Take a piece of WILD fish (try to avoid farm raised), pat it dry, drizzle with evoo, a squeeze of lemon, and sprinkle with salt, pepper, and rosemary. 

Set the broiler on high and cook for about 10 minutes (More or less depending on how you like your salmon. Some like it a little rare, some like it well-done. Do what works for you)

While that's broiling, mix shelled edamame, chopped avo, and crumbled feta. Drizzle with lemon juice and evoo, mix in a bowl and plate. I was able to add roasted onion that I cooked the other day. You could leave it out or add raw onion, whatever you'd like really!

That's it - you're done in 15 minutes OR LESS! I already mentioned that broiled salmon is one of my favorites, but, this edamame/avocado/feta mixture is fantastic. The flavors and textures marry really well together.

Hope you are all having a great week. It's practically Thursday! YEAH! xo