After peeping in the oven window several times, my baked oatmeal was finally done. It looked a little dry, but as one of the reviewers had described it, it was like a big soft cookie. It was not as sweet as a cookie, which I was hoping it wouldn't be. I didn't want something terribly sweet. I would have liked to have had some vanilla yogurt to put on top as in the recipe, but I didn't. I sliced up half a gala apple to go with it and sprinkled it with cinnamon; adding some chopped apple to the oatmeal would have been nice. I also think that 4 servings is generous for this recipe. I was rather full after eating a fourth of it along with the half apple. I was very happy with this recipe and I will be using it again.
I have enjoyed this day, even though there wasn't anything exciting that happened. It just seemed like it was a very relaxing day for some reason. Probably because I was lazy and didn't do anything I really should have been doing. I worked in Rabbit's Garden some today. I decided to change the background. I also put up a poll on the right, after that I fixed some lunch. I had broccoli and pasta in a creamy pesto sauce with some salad mix and fresh broccoli. I used a garlic caesar dressing.
For dinner I fixed my Smokey Salmon patties, green beans and more salad with my Chipotle Mayo dressing. Below is the recipe for the salmon.
Just 5 ingredients....Simple
Cracker crumbs, parsley & Hickory Grill seasoning...
And the eggs...
All mixed up...
Patted out and thrown in the pan...
Browned and ready to eat....Simple
Smokey Salmon Patties
1 can of salmon
3/4 cup of cracker crumbs (I use wheat crackers)
1 1/2 tsp Cajin Injector Hickory Grill Quick Shake Seasoning
1 tsp dried parsley flakes
- Drain the salmon.
- Break up the salmon with a fork until there are no large pieces.
- Add the cracker crumbs, Hickory Grill seasoning, and parsley.
- Stir those together.
- Add the eggs and stir until everything is moist.
- Put about 1 Tbsp of oil in a skillet.
- Form salmon mixture into patties and fry in oil until firm and browned on both sides.
Makes approx. 6 patties
Enjoy your weekend!