More than just a condiment, this spicy herb is among the world’s favorites for flavor and health.
Makes 4 to 6 servings
Natural liquid hickory smoke seasoning, tamari soy sauce, mustard and ground chipotlé infuse salmon with a rich, smoky flavor and fragrance—without preservatives, additives or excess sodium. You can assemble and cook this dish in mere minutes. Round out the meal with stir-fried leafy greens, mixed vegetables or a crisp green salad, along with brown rice, organic polenta, roasted sweet potatoes or baked potatoes.
Note: Double the recipe for more people or meals, but do not double the water. Use only enough to barely cover the bottom of the skillet.
The above recipes are adapted from The Garden of Eating: A Produce-Dominated Diet & Cookbook by Rachel Albert-Matesz & Don Matesz (Planetary Press, 2004).
Rachel Albert-Matesz is a freelance food and health writer, cooking instructor and personal chef who lives in Phoenix. For more information about the book, classes and services, visit www.TheGardenOfEatingDiet.com .
Click here for the original article, The Magic of Mustard.
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