One of the beauties of fish, aside from its great nutritional profile, is its ability to be cooked up in no time at all.
This evening I broiled tilapia, seasoned with Old Bay for less than 10 minutes and it was d-o-n-e!
I ended up adding a big squirt of ketchup because the fish needed a little help and some extra flavor.
I paired the fish with roasted broccoli that I prepared by tossing the veggie in olive oil and garlic salt before roasting it in the oven for 25 minutes at 400 degrees.
It was quite the simple dinner, but it was tasty!
I’m off to hang out with Ryan (who just got home) and my friend Merri who is staying with us for the next couple of days.
At Sadie’s Request
At the request of my sweet little dawg, I wanted to share this lil’ tid bit with you:
Sadie’s favorite place in the world, our local dog park, is in the top 10 for the nationwide Beneful Dream Dog Park Makeover and could receive a $500,000 makeover! How cool is that?
If you’re feeling click-happy, please take your voting skills here and find “Carla Lubet & Sprout/Winter Park, FL” and click “vote.”
Sadie sends big, sloppy thank you kisses your way!
Of Possible Interest
- Ways to Make Your Strength Training More Effective (FitSugar.com)
- Kelly Ripa’s Fitness Secrets (ThatsFit.com)
- 200-Calorie Snacks (Health.com)