Evening guys! Happy Friday! Today the girls and I had a fun day. We went to get our nails done, which was super fun and relaxing. Then we went to lunch and the grocery store. I went to The Fresh Market to see what kind of fish they had. I ended up buying 2 kinds; Rainbow trout and cod. I served with a side of couscous and broccoli.
Tonight I prepared them so simply. For the cod, I dredged both sides in flour. I melted half a stick of butter with rosemary, sage, and thyme. Then I put in the fish and cooked the first side for about 6 minutes. The I flipped it and cooked the other side for 3 minutes. ***COOKING TIME DEPENDS ON THE THICKNESS OF THE FISH. Thinner fillets will take less time.
With the trout, I dredged both sides in equal parts corn meal and flour. I melted half a stick of butter with rosemary, sage, and thyme. I cooked the trout skin side down for about 3-4 min or until browned and crisp. Then I carefully turned the fillet over and continued cooking until just cooked through, about 3 more
Both turned out so good! Looking forward to heading to the farmer’s market in the morning… thinking of getting some fresh shrimp from the seafood guy for dinner tomorrow night!
I hope everyone had a nice and relaxing Sunday! After yesterday’s race, all I wanted to do today was sleep in and be lazy. I got my wish. We slept until almost 9. The girls came in requesting Waffle House, so we got up and ate some yummy food. I sat outside and read magazines while the girls played. I sat around and watched a bunch of DVR shows that I needed to catch up on…(Bones, The Americans, and The Kitchen). Later I cooked this yummy easy meal.
Baked Chicken Thighs and Potatoes with Herbs and Garlic
6 chicken Thighs (on sale for $3.26 at Kroger!!!)
6 small Idaho potatoes, chopped in to small pieces. Use what you have; red, russet, purple, etc…
6 pieces of garlic, crushed and minced
1 large handful of chopped herbs- basil, sage, rosemary, and thyme (mix with garlic and a bit of olive oil to form a paste)
Preheat oven to 350. Chop potatoes in to a small dice. Chop your garlic and herbs. Spray a baking pan with non-stick cooking spray. Lay potatoes flat in the pan and coat with olive oil. Add half of the garlic and herb paste. Mix well. Salt and pepper both sides of your chicken thighs. Lay on top of the potatoes. Add the rest of the herb and garlic paste to the top of each piece of chicken. Cook for 45 minutes or until potatoes are done and chicken is cooked through.