Our motto here is "It's time to slow down and meet for meals around the table again," but we know many of you have a full plate and get stressed answering the daily "What's for dinner?" question. We are proud to partner with Wildtree to help you prepare simple, delicious, and nutritious meals so can you spend more time with your family every night.
Here at the shop, we are getting excited for our Wildtree workshop next Tuesday, October 9th at 11AM. Come join for a few hours to learn all about Wildtree's meal planning solutions. We'll be sampling dishes from the Make Ahead Meal Kits and Wildtree Fresh lines.
Personally, I love the Wildtree Fresh: Dinners in a Dash line. My husband and I meet in the kitchen almost every night to cook together, and most weeknights we need quick, fresh, and healthy recipes to turn to, so we can enjoy dinner together as a family even when we're short on time.
What makes dinner prep and cleanup even less daunting? Making the entire meal on a single sheet pan or skillet. Our Nordicware Baking Sheets and Smithey Ironware Cast Iron Skillets will be your new nightly companions for these delicious and effortlessly elegant recipes.
Last night, we whipped up the Teriyaki Salmon, all on our Nordicware Naturals Big Sheet. The entire meal consisted of eight ingredients and came together in under 30 minutes. If I'm not making my own dressing or marinade, I seek out high quality products. Wildtree Pantry products including sauces, oils, and spices are manufactured to meet the highest safety standards and address allergens. Wildtree maintains a completely peanut-free facility, with many of their products being USA-certified Organic and Gluten Free. This included the Teriyaki Sauce we used to marinate the salmon and as a dipping sauce on the table at dinner.
- 4 5 oz salmon fillets (I start out with a large slab of fresh salmon, that I filet into quarters before adding to the sheet pan)
- 1/4 cup Wildtree Teriyaki Sauce
- 4 carrots, sliced
- 1 red bell pepper, chopped
- 1 bunch asparagus, ends trimmed ( I leave mine whole, but you can also cut into pieces, similar in size to the carrots.)
- 3 scallions, tops trimmed and chopped into small pieces
- 1 Tbsp. Wildtree Garlic Grapeseed Oil
- Salt and Pepper, to taste
- Marinate salmon in Teriyaki Sauce for at least 15 minutes.
- Preheat oven to 400 F. Transfer salmon to the sheet pan. Reserve marinade.
- On the other side of sheet pan, add vegetables. Drizzle with the Roasted Garlic Grapeseed Oil and salt and pepper. Toss with hands to coat. Rub the remaining marinade over the salmon.
- Transfer sheet to oven. Roast for 15 mins or until salmon is cooked through and flaky.
- Remove from oven. Garnish with chopped scallions and extra Teriyaki sauce. Serve with steamed brown or jasmine rice.
Are you ready to take control of dinner again with wholesome, healthy, and quick meal plans? We hope to see you next Tuesday October 9th. Sign up here or contact me directly with questions.
As a bonus, we'll be offering a special discount on products that make preparing Wildtree meals a breeze, cinluding our Smithey Cast Iron Skillets, Nordicware Baking Sheets, Epicurean Cutting Boards, and GIR Cooking Utensils.
And stay tuned for more delicious Wildtree recipes!
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