Again, if it's Friday we must have fish! If anyone can tell me why growing up Catholic we had to have so much fish, please let me know. I'm still trying to figure that one out. Sometimes, I think it was a plot to help the fishermen who were primarily and devoutly Catholic. Maybe it was the beginning of the "buying local" movement which I try to support.
So, on Fridays the menu was either tuna on toast, a direct descendant of chipped beef only with tuna, or fried fish. Once in a while we would
Since hubby is not as fond of salmon as I am I made him a pizza and this was "dinner for one".
fillet of salmon
1 tsp minced garlic
sprinkle of ginger
1 T of sliced scallions
1-2 T maple syrup
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. On a piece of foil place the fillet and top with all the ingredients, reserving a drizzle of maple syrup for the end. Fold the ends up making a loose packet so the salmon will steam. Bake for about 15 minutes. Open the foil packet and turn on the broiler (low) and broil until slightly golden and done. (3-5 mins) Transfer to a plate and enjoy. No dishes to do with this...I love it! Don't forget to drizzle with the remainder of the maple syrup. So good and ridiculously simple!