We all love the romantic dinners. It February and all those commericals and adds are promoting the romantic dinners. With the economy it is getting harder to go out to enjoy that expensive treat. Why not have one at home.
let's start with a nice appetizer. Some thing light and easy.
Steamed Artichokes with herb garlic butter.
Paired with a glass of white wine or white grape nonalcoholic wine. One can even make a spritzer .
Next on to the dinner. A special salad.
Grab a bag of spring mix and add Raspberries and almonds. Make a raspberry Vinaigrette.
On to the main dish. Roasted Maple Salmon.
For dessert a piece of Cheese cake topped with cherries and drizzled with chocolate sauce.
My recipe for you ;
Roasted Maple Salmon
3 tablespoon Maple syrup
2 tablespoon Low sodium soy sauce
1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger( or you can use 1 teaspoon ground ginger)
1/2 teaspoon Cornstarch
1 tablespoon water
about four pieces of Salmon( 6 0z each)
green onion thinly sliced.
- Preheat oven to 475F
- Add first five ingredients in small mixing bowl and whisk together.
- In a small shallow casserole dish, place salmon skin side down
- Pour glaze over Salmon
- Roast for 15 minutes. At the 7 minute point baste salmon with glaze.
- remove from oven , place on serving dish and sprinkle with sliced green onion
Each serving has about 340 Calories, 32 grams protein, 12 carbohydrates, 18 gram total fat( 4 grams of that are saturated) and 89 mg cholestestrol. The sodium is down if you use low sodium soy sauce, If not it would be 580mg.
This is a great fast recipe. can be prepared early and then placed in the oven during the appetizer. It is our favorite meal here.
Now it's your turn link up your recipes for that Romantic Dinner.