29th November 2017 at 9:26 PM
What? A Guy In IT Who Cooks??
I'm a student, so my food habits vary a lot depending on time, some days I have 5 minutes to eat, and some
days I spend 2 hours making a proper meal. I prefer simple healthy meals.
Salmon is always a good choice, throw it in the oven for around 40 mins with some root fruits on a baking tray below it and you have a really well made meal, with very little effort. The way I normally go about making it is getting:
- 200-300 grams of fresh salmon per person
- A lemon
- Fresh dill
- A Bell pepper
Simply put the fish in a tray light salt and pepper it, slice the peppers, dill and lemons and put them on top on the salmon, lastly pour some olive oil on it and it's ready for the oven.
For the root fruits I Normally do potatoes, sweet potatoes, Carrots, beetroot and Parsley root, just cut them into wedges, put them in a plastic bag or container add some salt, pepper, paprika and chili. lastly add olive oil so the vegetables are lightly oiled. Put them on a baking tray or dish and put them in the oven for around an hour.
What you end up is a nice meal, it takes 10 minutes to prepare around an hour in total including cooking time. But remember all my times and measurements are loosely defined and I just do things as it happens
I may add a picture here, but I'm too lazy to dig into my backlog of photos to find one.