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Super Easy Dinner: Barbecued Honey Salmon + Garlic Barbecue Chicken Wings

January 9th, 2018
Posted in #LIFEINHD

Super easy dinner & super yummy! If you don’t have a lot of time to cook like me, this is the perfect meal for you!

Barbecued honey salmon, garlic barbecue chicken wing dings, rice & corn on the cob! YUM!

What I love most about this meal is it doesn’t require a lot of preparation & if doesn’t require you hovering over a hot stove all day! You can literally season, smother & toss the meats in the oven! The rice & corn on the cob just boil stove top and cook pretty quick!

I hope you enjoy these simple recipes!

Salmon

Salmon Filet

Seasoning Salt

Pepper & Lemon Pepper

Honey

Olive Oil

Lemon (optional)

Sweet Baby Rays Barbecue Sauce

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with foil & pour a little olive oil on it. Rinse salmon filet & put it on the greased baking sheet. Season to taste. (I don’t have exact measurements, but the seasonings I used are listed above; I just do what “feels,” right). After seasoning the salmon, sprinkle a tiny amount of lemon juice, & brush on a generous amount of honey, followed by barbecue sauce. Place in the oven & cook for 45 minutes. Broil 5-10 minutes until sauce crisps slightly. (optional step: before seasoning salmon, stove top cook the bottom of the filet in olive oil for crispy skin).

Garlic Barbecue Chicken Wing Dings

1 Bag Of Wing Dings

Garlic Powder

Lemon Pepper

Salt

Pepper

Sweet Baby Rays Barbecue Sauce

The preparation is similar to the salmon above, however the seasoning are different. Wait to apply barbecue sauce until wings are cooked through pretty. I usually bake them on 400 degrees for 45 minutes, broil them on each side until crispy… brush on barbecue sauce and let bake just a few minutes.

Rice

1 1/2 cups of long grain white rice

3 Cups Of Water

Salt

Butter

Pour rice into a pot. Add water & roughly a tablespoon of salt. Place on aisle on medium heat. Allow rice to boil until water is almost gone; you should see small holes start to form in the top of the rice. When most of the water has evaporated, then the rice off but allow it to remain on the aisle. As it cools, cut slices of butter and put on top to disperse throughout the rice.

For some reason, I’ve found that so many people find making rice to be challenging but it’s super simple! I typically use a coffee mug to measure mine; it doesn’t have to be a measuring cup! The trick is making sure whatever amount of rice you use, you use double the amount of water to cook it in. Salt & rice are completely optional but if you’re going for taste- you’ll want to add both! If you’re looking to be more healthy, leave them out.

I love to add a little flaxseed to my kids rice to add healthy nutrients: fiber & omega 3 ALA.

Corn On The Cob

1 bag of sweet corn

Water

Put ears of corn in a pot & cover slightly with water. Boil 10-12 minutes or until soft but still firm (this will be determined by personal preference). Strain corn & jazz up as you feel. I love to roll on a little butter, salt & pepper.

Enjoy!

Xoxo,

Heaven

P.S. cooking times to may vary depending on what type of stove you have. I have a gas stove which cooks pretty even and pretty quickly as well. Happy Cooking!

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