It’s been a while – too long – since we last featured Don Jacobson from Roadcookin on Tachoblog so let’s put that straight right now with a healthy recipe that drivers can cook when they’re on the road. They taste just as good cooked at home too of course!
Now click below for the recipe…
Wild Rice’d Salmon
½ cup wild rice (or same amount of quick rice)
¼ cup diced shallots
1 cup Kitchen Basics fish stock
6 oz salmon steak or filet (fresh is best, but can use “retort” pre-package,
just rinse to get rid of some of the sodium)
2 tsp dried dill weed
2 tb lemon juice
6 spears fresh asparagus
Mix shallots, wild rice and fish stock in disposable loaf pan.
Place salmon atop rice.
Sprinkle fish with dill.
Lay asparagus on top and sprinkle lemon juice over all.
Cook in Burton for 40 minutes or until liquid is absorbed.
Carbohydrates: 74 g.
Fat: 14 g.
Sat Fat: 2 g.
Cholesterol: 96 mg.
Sodium: 455 mg.
Fiber: 7 g.
Don says that you can cook this in a ‘Lunch Box Oven’, such as one of these.
If you liked this recipe then you’ll love Don’s book Roadcookin which readers from the USA & Canada can buy direct from Don.
If you’re from the UK then you’ll want to head to Amazon.
If you’ve cooked this meal for yourself, then why not take a picture of it and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Providing Don’s up for it, Tachoblog will bring you more from Don soon.